New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor received the Guard of Honor in the last match of his ODI career. Taylor received the Guard of Honor while batting in the last match of the series against the Netherlands.

Kiwi captain Tom Latham has decided to bat after winning the toss in the last match of the ODI series against the Netherlands. When New Zealand lost two wickets in the innings, Taylor started batting. Then the players of the Netherlands lined up and paid their respects to the Kiwi batsman. However, Taylor could not paint his last match. He made 14 runs off 16 balls.

Even though Taylor did not get a run, New Zealand is advancing on the run hill. Martin Guptill and Will Young’s double century saw New Zealand score 264 runs for the loss of 4 wickets at the end of 44 overs. The Kiwis have already confirmed the series by winning the first two matches of the series.

New Zealand XI 

Martin Guptill, Henry Nichols, Will Young, Ross Taylor, Michael Bracewell, Colin D Grandhome, Tom Latham (captain), Doug Bracewell, Ish Sodhi,

Netherlands XI 

Stefan Maiberg, Max O’Dowd, Vikramjit Singh, Bass de Lid, Scott Edwards, Michael Ripon, Peter Seeler (captain), Logan van Beck, Clayton Floyd, Arian Dutt, Fred Klaassen   

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