Blackcaps all-rounder Mitchell Santner has helped out NZ teammate Kyle Jamieson in the Indian Premier League, carrying a ball over the ropes for six runs at Mumbai.
In the second innings of the IPL encounter between Jamieson's Royal Challengers Bangalore and Santner's Chennai Super Kings, the two Kiwis squared off, although Santner was only playing as a substitute fielder.
With Chennai closing in on a certain win, Jamieson looked to free his arms in a losing cause.
Jamieson swung a length delivery down to long-on, straight into the hands of substitute Santner, who could only step over the ropes for six.
Despite Santner's blip, the Super Kings outclassed the Royal Challengers in every department to win by 69 runs and leapfrog Bangalore to the top of the IPL ladder.
Batting first after winning the toss, Chennai made 191/4 in their 20 overs, thanks to 50 from 41 balls to South Africa's Faf du Plessis, before India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja stole the show with an unbeaten 62.
Jadeja plundered an IPL record-equalling 37 runs from the final over, including five sixes and one boundary.
The all-rounder carried that momentum into his bowling effort, finishing with figures of four overs, one maiden and 3/13.
Jadeja clean-bowled Bangalore's star pair of Australian Glenn Maxwell for 22 and AB de Villiers for four, in one of the IPL's all-time great individual displays.
All up, Jamieson's Bangalore were restricted to a limp 122/9, with a high score of 34 by India's Devdutt Padikkal.