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In a one-off ODI, New Zealand defeats Scotland.

Thanks to Mark Chapman’s century, New Zealand defeats Scotland by a margin of seven wickets in a one-off ODI.

A goal of 307 runs was chased down by New Zealand in 45.5 overs. Mark Chapman hit 101 without being struck in 75 balls.

Thus, Mark Chapman finished off a fantastic few days in Edinburgh with an undefeated hundred as New Zealand easily defeated Scotland by seven wickets in the lone one-day international contested on Sunday. With Chapman following up his T20-best 83 in a 102-run thrashing of the Scots on Friday with 101 not out, the New Zealanders, who lost in the finals of the last two 50-over World Cups, once again showed to be too strong for their non-Test hosts. So the 28-year-old Chapman and Daryl Mitchell (74 not out), who shared an unbroken fourth-wicket partnership of 175 runs to enable the Black Caps victory with 25 balls remaining, finished on 307-3 in response to Scotland’s 306 all out.

The platform the boys up there left us, according to Mitchell, “really set up the innings.

“Chappy completed the task. And getting out in the middle with him was beneficial.

His knock was amazing. I’m overjoyed for Chapman, and it was amazing to witness him score a century in an ODI.

It was Chapman’s second century overall in seven ODIs, following his unbeaten 124 against the UAE in 2015.

The platform the boys up there left us, according to Mitchell, “really set up the innings.

“Chappy completed the task. And getting out in the middle with him was beneficial.

So his knock was amazing. I’m overjoyed for Chapman, and it was amazing to witness him score a century in an ODI.

It was Chapman’s second century overall in seven ODIs, following his unbeaten 124 against the UAE in 2015.

So the platform the boys up there left us, according to Mitchell, “really set up the innings.

“Chappy completed the task. And getting out in the middle with him was beneficial.

So his knock was amazing. I’m overjoyed for Chapman, and it was amazing to witness him score a century in an ODI.

It was Chapman’s second century overall in seven ODIs, following his unbeaten 124 against the UAE in 2015.

Martin Guptill (47) and opening partner Finn Allen’s identical 50 helped New Zealand get off to a solid start in their chase despite off-spinner Michael Leask’s 2-46.

Leask performed admirably overall, scoring 85 runs and helping Matthew Cross and others for a 92-run partnership (53). It enabled Scotland to stay in the game despite falling behind 107-5.

At all-rounder Leask, 55 balls were thrown. with four sixes and nine fours.

For New Zealand, Michael Bracewell and Jacob Duffy each claimed three wickets.

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