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Chris Gayle to Ross Taylor 

OUT! Caught! Wow. Unbelievable. It is the Universe Boss who has broken the 160-run stand. Jason Holder is all pumped up and he stands at mid off with his arms aloft, celebrating. It is not a great ball, full and around middle but the pace and the angle have done the trick. Taylor is down the track but is cramped for room as he looks to play the inside-out shot. The ball hits the toe end of the bat and lobs flaccidly to mid off. Jason Holder over there leaps and takes the catch. Gaye celebrates too, but then hurts his shoulder. A wicket at last for the Windies. Can they press on the advantage? THIS IS THE FIRST WICKET FOR A WINDIES SPINNER IN THIS WORLD CUP. 

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Sheldon Cottrell to Colin Munro 

OUT! Bowled! Munro too departs for a duck. First ball and he gets a yorker. That is a nightmare ball to get first up. West Indies have an ideal start here. Both the openers are back in the pavilion. Another ideal yorker. This one in is on off and middle, Munro is late to get his bat down and the ball goes onto to disturb the timber. Cottrell brings out his trademark salute for the second time in the absolute first over. The West Indies players and fans are ecstatic. 

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Sheldon Cottrell to Martin Guptill 

OUT! LBW! WHAT A START! First ball and West Indies have sent Guptill for an early shower. An absolute beauty of a yorker. It is an inswinging one on middle and leg, Guptill looks to get his bat down but is late and the swing beats him. The West Indies player put in a loud appeal but the umpire turns it down. They have a discussion and Holder takes it upstairs. For the naked eye it looks to be taking the inside edge but Ultra Edge shows there is none. Ball Tracker rolls in and shows that the ball was going onto hit the leg post. Disastrous start for New Zealand but a dream one for West Indies. The Cottrell trademark salute is out in the absolute first ball of the game itself. 

West Indies vs New Zealand LIVE SCORE, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match Updates: Kiwis are still dealing in singles and doubles and that has also intrigued Simon Doull who says, on air, he's surprised that Colin de Grandhomme was not promoted ahead of Latham. Four off the over. 

See: West Indies will hope to bob back after defeat against Bangladesh when they face Kane Williamson's New Zealand at the Old Trafford in Manchester on Saturday. 

West Indies have won just one out of five matches, losing three games in the process. Jason Holder and Co are in a spot of bother after starting the tournament on a strong note, beating Pakistan by eight wickets. 

Holder's side face tough task against New Zealand, who won four out of their five matches with one game resulting in a washout. A win against West Indies will pretty much guarantee their spot in the semi-finals. 

West Indies assistant coach Roddy Estwick has warned his side the ideal opportunity for excuses is over after defeat to Bangladesh. 

Former Barbados player Estwick stressed the importance of the double cross world champions sticking together in the face of adversity. 

"We can stand here, saying 'if this' and 'if that' – we didn't play well, we've lost the cricket game and that's that," he said. 

"We must return stronger. We've still got four games left in the tournament and we can't point fingers or apportion blame to anyone. 

"We have to stick together, that's the manner by which great teams pull through. We must stop looking for excuses and start finding solutions."