New Zealand just rolled India for just 92 — their seventh lowest ODI score.
Kiwi seamer Trent Boult destroyed India with a devastating spell of 5/21 off his 10 overs, with Colin de Grandhomme taking 3/26 from his 10.
At one stage India’s lowest ever score in ODIs — 53 — looked in real danger, with the wicket of Bhuvenshwar Kumar leaving them reeling at 7/40.
Only some lusty lower order hitting saved India further embarrassment, with number 10 Yuzvendra Chahal top scoring with 18.
Hardik Pandya also contributed with four fours in his 16.
The stunning collapse is bittersweet for New Zealand though; they have already lost the series after being comprehensively beaten in the first three of the five-match series.
In response New Zealand are 1/14 off 0.4 overs, with Martin Guptill hitting two fours and a six then getting out at gully.