New Zealand 198 for 5 (Worker 62, Williams 3-28) beat Zimbabwe 118 for 8 (Ervine 42, Milne 2-10) by 80 runs.
George Worker made a half century in the international debut to establish a landslide victory for New Zealand on Zimbabwe in the only T20. The left-hander made two quick 49 associations each with Martin Guptill and Luke Ronchi to promote New Zealand to 198 for five after the visitors were inserted in a serious tone. Zimbabwe went down without a fight persecution, achieving 118 8 after being mistreated by Adam Milne and co. cricinfo
The only time seemed compete Zimbabwe was slowed when his slow players by New Zealand briefly and picked up a couple of wickets in the middle acquisitions. Apart from that, the hosts were outscored thoroughly with both bat and ball, with Sean Williams 3 for 28 from four overs of rotation of the only performance of note left arm.
Kane Williamson had kickstart the game with three to four successive legs out Prosper Utseya in opening more before going to a strong decision in the depths of Craig Ervine. Although the worker No.3 struggled to get his first international race, Guptill kept the scoreboard moving with strong and hard jerks.