The Black Caps have lost the first Chappell-Hadlee One-Day-International against Australia in Sydney.
New Zealand fell short of Australia's 324 run total by 68 runs - the visitors were all out for 256.
Look back at all the highlights and lowlights here.
Black Caps opener Martin Guptill top scored with 114.
The hosts total appeared out of reach for the visitors midway through their innings as Guptill's partners struggled to stick around at crucial points in the match.
Jimmy Neesham appeared to be Guptill's partner of choice before he tried attacking Josh Hazlewood's bowling only to be caught by Mitchell Marsh in the deep on 34.
Colin Munro produced a tail-end knock of 49 to give New Zealand a slim chance but was caught by George Bailey off the bowling of Pat Cummins.
Australia captain Steve Smith was pivotal in the game and was awarded man-of-the-match for his 164 runs with the bat and superb fielding efforts.
Smith's 164 is the highest ODI score at the Sydney Cricket Ground, beating South Africa's AB de Villiers record set in last year's World Cup against the West Indies.
Travis Head picked up where Smith left off - reaching 52 and more importantly, helping Australia to 324.
The second Chappell-Hadlee match is in Canberra on Tuesday.