Alex Hales produced a batting masterclass as England dominated New Zealand with both bat and ball to race to a 10-wicket win in the T20 series decider in Wellington on Friday.
England's Alex Hales (right) celebrates the win with team mate Michael Lumb during the International Twenty20 match between New Zealand and England played at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington on February 15, 2013. England defeated New Zealand by 10 wickets in the Twenty20 international decider in Wellington on Friday after a batting masterclass from openers Lumb and Hales.
Stung by a heavy loss in the second match in Hamilton on Tuesday, England bounced back to restrict New Zealand to 139 for eight after sending the home team into bat, with Stuart Broad and Jade Dernbach bagging three wickets apiece.
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