Wellington, Jan 24 (ANI): New Zealand pacer Tim Southee believes the Black Caps have finally found the ruthlessness to perform consisently after back-to-back wins over India.
The big challenge which remains in front of the team now is to unveil a ruthless streak and finish the job at Auckland's Eden Park tomorrow with two matches to spare.
Southee became the 15th New Zealand bowler to reach 100 ODI wickets when he took 4-72 in India's innings of 277-9.
He said trwo victories against India has been New Zealand's two of the best team performances for a long time.
Southee said they showed glimpses in the past but they needed consistency, Fairfax NZ News reports. (ANI)