Auckland, Feb 5 (AP) Jesse Ryder hit six sixes in an innings of 107 to lift New Zealand to 311 for seven, batting first in today's sixth one-day international against Pakistan.
Ryder, batting at No. 3 after Brendon McCullum was promoted to open, reached his second ton century from 82 balls after Pakistan won the toss and sent New Zealand in to bat.
Scott Styris and Nathan McCullum then smashed fifities in a 120-run stand for the sixth wicket, taking 71-runs from the last five overs, to ensure New Zealand passed 300.
McCullum made 65 from 50 balls with seven fours and three sixes, falling to penultimate ball of the innings, and Styris was left 58 not out from 44 balls after running out Kyle Mills on the final ball.