Kiwi skipper Kane Williamson has taken one of the catches of the summer as New Zealand thrashed Pakistan in the third ODI.
New Zealand dismissed Pakistan for a record-low score in Dunedin on Saturday to seal the five-match series.
Pakistan were all out for 74, handing the hosts a 183-run victory and a 3-0 series lead.
And an absolute screamer from Williamson added to Pakistan's pain.
The Kiwi skipper dived full-stretch to his right to pluck an incredible grab that left Pakistani batsman Hasan Ali shaking his head in disbelief.
Pakistan were eight down when they limped past Zimbabwe's world record for the lowest one-day total, 35, set in 2004 against Sri Lanka in Harare.
They then crawled past their own previous lowest one-day score, the 43 they scored in 1993 against the West Indies in Cape Town.
However, they couldn't get near their previous lowest tally against New Zealand, which was 116 at Dambulla in Sri Lanka, during a in 2003 tri-nations series.
New Zealand's winning margin also eclipsed their previous biggest victory over Pakistan, which had been by 138 runs in 2001 in Christchurch.