Three games played. Three wins. It has been the perfect start for New Zealand | AP
Three games played. Three wins. It has been the perfect start for New Zealand | AP

New Zealand continue World Cup winning streak against Afghanistan 

All-rounder Jimmy Neesham produced his career-best ODI figures to restrict Afghanistan to 172. The batsmen made light work of the target.
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Afghanistan's openers looked good as they put on 66 for the first wicket | AP
Afghanistan's openers looked good as they put on 66 for the first wicket | AP
The dismissal of Hazratullah Zazai instigated the collapse. First they lost three wickets without scoring a run on 66. | AP
The dismissal of Hazratullah Zazai instigated the collapse. First they lost three wickets without scoring a run on 66. | AP
Jimmy Neesham finished with his career-best ODI figures of 5/31 | AP
Jimmy Neesham finished with his career-best ODI figures of 5/31 | AP
Neesham was ably supported by Ferguson, who picked up four wickets | AP
Neesham was ably supported by Ferguson, who picked up four wickets | AP
Apart from being bowled out 172, Afghanistan had more bad news as Rashid Khan was ruled out of the clash after being hit in the head | AP
Apart from being bowled out 172, Afghanistan had more bad news as Rashid Khan was ruled out of the clash after being hit in the head | AP
Aftab Alam did his best but it wasn't enough. Although Aftab picked up all three wickets that fell, Afghanistan were convincingly beaten | Twitter
Aftab Alam did his best but it wasn't enough. Although Aftab picked up all three wickets that fell, Afghanistan were convincingly beaten | Twitter

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