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Munro scored a century in 47 balls and he got out for 104 runs of 53 balls. He smashed 10 Sixes and 3 Boundaries. He made a World record by scoring his 3rd T20I. West Indies who chased this huge score were bundled for just 124 and New Zealand won by a huge margin of 119 runs.
Southee bagged 3 wickets. West Indies failed to register a single win in this series. This is not just New Zealand's highest margin of victory. This is also the 3rd highest margin by any team in International Cricket. The Captain of West Indies team accepted the defeat and said New Zealand played better cricket than them.
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