The Black Caps have won a cliff hanger against the West Indies in the Cricket World Cup.
The victory was only secured after Trent Boult caught the final catch on the boundary, denying West Indies the six they needed for victory.
Batting first the Black Caps were in trouble early, losing both openers in the first over. However, Captain Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor then guided the team to 291. Williamson was the star, scoring 148.
In reply West Indies got off to a fast start but then a middle order batting collapsed seemed to hand the game to New Zealand.
However, West Indies batter Carl Braithwaite had other ideas. Hitting Mat Henry for 24 runs off one over looked to have sealed the game for his side.
In the end, James Neesham produced a good final over and his combination with Boult secured the victory.
New Zealand next play Pakistan.