New Zealand captain Kane Williamson struck a match-defining 72, but only after he was handed a reprieve on nought as England seamer Mark Wood failed to hit the stumps with a run out chance from close range.
New Zealand won for the first time in three matches after consecutive Twenty20 losses to Pakistan prior to the tri-series, then to Australia in their first match in the trans-Tasman series.
New Zealand's move to shore up the batting also paid off as former Hong Kong worldwide Mark Chapman made a useful cameo of 20 off 13 on his New Zealand debut. Alex Hales along with Dawid Malan provided some stability in the run chase and with a partnership of 65 runs where Hales played the role of aggressor as he took 20 runs of Boult's over to take England'sscore to 50 in 5 overs.
Sodhi, Boult and Mitchell Santner took two wickets apiece, while Southee claimed one.
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Williamson said it was a crucial win for New Zealand, who can seal a spot in the final of the triangular series with a win over Australia on Friday in Auckland.
It was England's third defeat in a row after losing both their matches in Australia.
When they eventually saw the back of him at the end of the 18th over, yorked by Jordan for 72 (his first half-century in 10 innings), the platform had been set for the debutants Mark Chapman and Tim Seifert to share four sixes.
Instead, he was removed on 65, lazily working a leg-side full toss from Rashid to the returning Liam Plunkett at short-fine leg. Colin de Grandhomme went the very next ball to a stunning catch by Chris Jordan at long-off, who hung in the air and plucked a sure six out of the night sky.
However when a dawdling James Vince was run out by Williamson, it started a steady stream of wickets that stole England s momentum. It was important we assessed the wicket.
Disease and Wellington's unusually warm summer were blamed for the lengthy barren patch, and stand-in England captain Jos Buttler gladly offered it to his bowlers in the hope it would play tricks for the quicks. "It played a lot better than people thought". We dragged it back pretty well but they got too many.
"You always want more runs and you always want to contribute more to a team performance. [Need a favour from Australia?] That's what we need now, so we'll wait and see what happens". "Trent was outstanding at the death, but we knew it would be a challenge and the guys stepped up to the mark today".
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