Alex Hales showed a brilliant batting as England command New Zealand with both bat and ball to compete to a 10 wickets victory in the three match Twenty20 series in Wellington on Friday.
The heavy defeat in the second game in Hamilton on Tuesday, England fight back to control New Zealand to 139 for 8 after sending the hosts side into bat, with Stuart Broad and Jade Dernbach claimed three wickets each. Hales and Michael Lumb then dismantled the New Zealand bowling attack to finished the 140 runs chase in just 12.4 overs .
Alex Hales made 80 from 42 deliveries with four sixes and nine fours, while Michael Lumb smashed 53 off 34 balls, sending the ball onto the roof of Westpac Stadium to brought up the winning runs with his fifth maximum.
Opener Martin Guptill (59) top scorer for New Zealand but the New Zealand. He scored 59 off 55 deliveries and looked aggressive in the latter stages of the innings before Broad removed him for his third wicket. New Zealand will now seem to rearrange themselves before the first ODI in Hamilton on Sunday.