New Zealand beat Zimbabwe by 10 wickets in the first of two T20 internationals on Saturday.
Harare: After thrashing the hapless Zimbabweans in the first of two Twenty20 games, New Zealand will be looking to clinch the series when the two teams lock horns once again at the Harare Sports Club on Monday.
Earlier, Brendon McCullum smote an unbeaten 81 as the Kiwis raced to a 10-wicket win in the first T20 international against Zimbabwe on Saturday.
The New Zealand bowlers set up the victory by restricting Zimbabwe to 123 for eight in their 20 overs after being sent in, with home skipper Brendan Taylor the only batsman to shine, making 50 not out.
Opening bowler Kyle Mills and off-spinner Nathan McCullum took two wickets each in a steady New Zealand bowling performance.
(With inputs from AFP)