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Scotland all out as New Zealand dominate

New Zealand restrict Scotland to a total of 142 in the Cricket World Cup.

Matt Machan and Richie Berrington both managed half-centuries as all-out Scotland set New Zealand a target of 143 in the 2015 Cricket World Cup.

The Scots' Pool A opener got off to a disappointing start as Kyle Coetzer (1), Calum MacLeod (0), and Hamish Gardiner (0) recorded just one run between them, with Trent Boult grabbing two wickets.

Machan's introduction appeared to steady the ship somewhat as the left-hander registered 56 before being removed by Corey Anderson - his first of three wickets.

Anderson continued to foil Scotland's resurgence by dismissing Berrington (50) and Matthew Cross (14) later on.

Daniel Vettori also managed to finish with three wickets after removing Robert Taylor (4), Majid Haq (0), and Iain Wardlaw (0) to ensure a miserable end to Scotland's innings.

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Dan Vettori of New Zealand celebrates after taking a catch during the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup match between Sri Lanka and New Zealand at Hagley Oval on February 14, 2015
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