Ravindra Jadeja kept India's one-day series against New Zealand alive as the tourists took 17 off the final over to tie an epic third match in the series at Eden Park.
Suresh Raina congratulates Bhuvneshwar Kumar after he dismissed New Zealand opener Jesse Ryder.
Jessey Ryder once again wasted a good start when he was bowled off his legs for 20 by Bhuvneshwar Kumar.
Kane Williamson, who had scored two fifties in the first two ODIs, went on to complete a hat-trick of half-centuries with his 65.
Martin Guptill was involved in a 150-plus partnership with Kane Williamson, and scored a splendid century to push New Zealand to a big total.
India came back well to restrict the New Zealanders after at one stage they looked like getting above 325.
Shikhar Dhawan, along with Rohit Sharma, got India off to a blistering start but couldn't convert his knock into a big one.
Rohit Sharma was the more aggressive of the two Indian openers, but was dismissed for 39 to allow NZ come back and take control.
Corey Anderson didn't score many runs on Saturday but made sure he contributed with the ball by rocking India's chase with three quick wickets.
Skipper MS Dhoni once again played a good hand of 50 off 60 balls before falling to Corey Anderson off an excellent outfield catch by Tim Southee.
R Ashwin's plucky and equally skillful 65 off 46 balls got India back into the match.