# Prior to Thursday's ODI against New Zealand, India's previous lowest total against the former came during a tri-series, also featuring Sri Lanka, in Dambulla in 2010. "Because we were able to put India under pressure, we were able to pick regular wickets", Williamson said. India has handed debut to Shubman Gill.
Stand-in captain Rohit Sharma admitted after the match that this performance was a big shock, saying, "One of our worst experiences with the bat for a long time". Just because Trent Boult was in good rhythm and found helpful swing can't be reason enough for a World Cup title favourite team to be bowled out in 30.5 overs for less than 100.
If it was checking the cricket score from the 4th ODI between India and New Zealand, chances are your day didn't begin all that well.
India: 92 all out in 30.5 overs (Yuzvendra Chahal 18 not out; Trent Boult 5/21, Colin de Grandhomme 3/26). "Something we didn't expect".
Young right-handed batsman Gill added: "We maintain ourselves by following the schedule which is being given to us".
Bowling his 10 overs at a stretch, Boult troubled the Indian batsmen with his swing to return with impressive figures of 5 for 21.
The stunning collapse is bittersweet for New Zealand though; they have already lost the series after being comprehensively beaten in the first three of the five-match series. You need to grind it out at time but we failed to do that today.
"It was good the get out there and show what we can do", said Boult, whose third-ranked New Zealanders had been rattled by their lack of competitiveness in the opening three matches.
Although Kumar claimed a second scalp, having captain Kane Williamson caught behind for 11, the hosts never looked in danger in pursuit of their menial target and a flurry of boundaries from Nicholls and Taylor saw them home in the 15th over.
"I feel like in Hamilton it always offers something for the bowlers here", he said.
Black Caps bowling coach Shane Jurgensen said the conditions suited Boult.
The fifth and final one-dayer will be played in Wellington on Sunday, followed by three Twenty20 Internationals.