England pulled off a victory from the jaws of New Zealand mouth as they went on to win the match by three wickets in the final over.
The hosts chased down their highest ever ODI total to pull off a victory.
Batting first, New Zealand lost early wickets but it was Devine-Satterthwaite and Martin who brought the team back into the game. Both scored fifties and Martin stayed there till the end.
Martin brought to her second fifty and her first in 30 innings. The team reached 244 in their 50 overs.
In return, England scored 52 for the first wicket and lost a couple more in quick succession. However, Amy Jones and Heather Knight played well to keep England in the hunt. Whenever they had run rate pressure, they found boundaries and kept things under control. After a 100-run partnership, Amy Jones got out after making 40.
New Zealand found the opening and added pressure on England by removing Sophia Dunkley early. Experienced Danni Wyatt kept her cool and added a good cameo.
The visitors once again came back to the game when they removed Knight and Wyatt before the final over.
Knight made her second century, got out for 101, blame Halliday’s brilliance.
In the final over, the team needed six runs and Shrubsole found a boundary in the first ball. After picking up a single, the scores were level. Kasperek saw Ecclestone walking down and bowled a wide that gave away the match to England and the team went on to take an unassailable lead in the series.
Hannah Rowe was the pick of the bowlers for the team with four wickets to her name. She came in the place of Lea Tahuhu and Jess Kerr came in for Molly Penfold for the game.