After conceding an 18-run first innings lead, New Zealand's Trent Boult grabbed three quick wickets to knock the top off the West Indies order and ended with 4-23, while Tim Southee wrapped up the tail to claim three wickets in an over.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, facing a target of 122, New Zealand openers Peter Fulton and Hamish Rutherford negotiated the two overs before the close to reduce the deficit by six runs.
The report mentioned that the batting collapse came after a third century of the series to Ross Taylor, who made 131, his 11th Test ton, as the home side reached 349 in reply to the visitors' 367.
Meanwhile, Sunil Narine claimed career-best figures of 6-91 to take his Test wicket tally to 21, with 18 of those victims New Zealanders, the report added.
--ANI (Posted on 21-12-2013)