Kane Williamson guide New Zealand's first ever series win at South Africa

New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum on Tuesday claimed  one of his country's most excellent one-day series wins  and an brilliant  innings by Kane Williamson which made win possible over South Africa.

Kane Williamson smashed  145 not out to set up a 27 runs win for New Zealand in the 2nd  one day international   at the Diamond Oval. This win leads  the New Zealand  a winning 2-0 lead in the three match series and was a major turn for a team who were crushed  by an innings in both Test matches.

Kane Williamson bounced back from a unsatisfactory Test series with a confident, stroke filled career-best innings in a New Zealand total of 8 for 279. There was a record total of five run-outs as the South Africa  limped to 252 runs  all out in reply.

Kane Williamson and Grant Elliott (48) laid the base for New Zealand's total with a 3rd wicket stand of 127 runs from  128 balls. South Africa at one  in control as Graeme Smith and Colin Ingram put on 139 runs partnership  for the 2nd  wicket. Kane Williamson named for the Man of the Match award for his career best Century.

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