India created a piece of undesirable history after they suffered a record defeat in the fourth ODI against New Zealand in Hamilton.
India was shocked by its seventh lowest ODI score in history, since swing king Kiwi Trent Boult tore them in the fourth match of the five-game series in Hamilton.
Without the skipper Virat Kohli (rested) and veteran glover M. S. Doni (injured), India was fired for only 92 in less than 31 frames.
Black caps, led by rapid fire 37 not from Ross Taylor and 30 not from Henry Nichols, then rushed to the goal of victory in just 14.4 overs.
The 212 balls left uncovered by India have become a new high point for balls left in the defeat of ODI. He eclipsed the previous mark of 209 balls left by Sri Lanka in Dambulla in 2010.
Newcomer Martin Guptill set the tone for the first ball in pursuit of New Zealand, when he smashed Bhuvneshvar Kumar in the deep middle of the gate for six runs, before dividing the next two shipments abroad, before firing from the fourth ball.
Boult swayed unchanged after the Black Caps picked him first and finished with the numbers 5–21 out of their 10 overs, including four virgins.
After India's newcomers transferred the score to 0-21 without loss, Boult removed both Shikhara Dhavan and Rohit Sharma, the removable skipper, for two overs before the destructive period of the game, which opened the game wide.
With a score of 2-33, India lost three wickets without 11 runs, when Bolt and the station wagon Colin de Grandhomme did damage.
De Grandhom removed Ambati Rajuda and Dinesh Kartika for four genera, both without points, before Boult fired debutant Shubman Gill in the next round.
The score 5-33 quickly became 6-35, and then 7-40, after which some late strikes on the tail pushed India to their record minimum ODI 54, which was scored against Sri Lanka in 2000.
With his teammates falling around him, Hardik Pandya overcame four frontiers before he became Bolt's fifth wicket, while tail players Kuldip Yadav and Juvendra Chahal also reached doubles to avoid a record low score.
India leads the five matches of the 3: 1 series.
New Zealand: Martin Guptill, Henry Nichols, Kane Williamson (captain), Ross Taylor, Tom Latham, Jimmy Nisham, Mitchell Santner, Colin de Grandhomme, Todd Estl, Matt Henry, Trent Bolt
India: Rohit Sharma (captain), Shihar Dhavan, Shubman Jill, Ambati Rajuda, Dinesh Kartik, Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshvar Kumar, Kuldip Yadav, Khalil Ahmed, Yuzhendra Chahal