The Black Caps won their second match of the Cricket World Cup yesterday with a three wicket win over Scotland.
Winning the toss and bowling first New Zealand quickly took wickets and had them four wickets down for only 12 runs, but then Scotland fought back.
A 97 run fifth wicket stand between Matt Machan (56) and Richie Berrington (50) pushed the Scots to 142 all out in the 36th over.
Most of the Black Caps batsmen got starts, but were unable to post high scores and wickets continued to fall throughout the innings. The top scorer was Williamson with 38. New Zealand managed to keep their run rate high and crossed the line with seven wickets down and 25 overs to spare.
The next match for the Kiwis is on the 25th February in Wellington against England.