New Zealand opener Martin Guptill on Saturday, 1 June applauded his side's bowlers for setting the tone for a comprehensive 10-wicket win over Sri Lanka in their World Cup match here and hoped that they could build on the momentum.New Zealand bundled out Sri Lanka for just 136 as Matt Henry's (3/29) seam movement and Lockie Ferguson's raw pace proved too much for them. Then Guptill (73 not out) and Colin Munro (58 not out) helped New Zealand achieve the target in 16.1 overs."You want to build that momentum early at a major event and today (Saturday), we did that," said Guptill at the post match press conference.“Our bowlers set the tone early and made it difficult for Sri Lanka, putting a real good start on. If we bowl first in the next few games, we’ll back ourselves to make it difficult to score on the back of this performance”. Martin Guptill, New ZealandThe Black Caps, runners-up four years ago, would look to exploit the conditions in the upcoming matches.“The beauty about our guys is they can exploit conditions quite regularly. If we’re then able to keep coming out and play with a bit of freedom with the bat, we’re going to have a pretty successful tournament.”Martin Guptill, New ZealandThe 32-year-old said the late loss of Tim Southee because of a right calf strain didn't deter his team as Matt Henry took up the mantle with the new ball.“Matt had a tough time against the West Indies in the last warm-up game, but bowling to that lot is pretty difficult. They can put you out of the park pretty readily.”Martin Guptill, New Zealand"Having seen him put the ball in the right areas for long enough, it's good to see him get the rewards he deserves," said Guptill.New Zealand came up with an exceptional fielding and catching effort, and Guptill himself took a superb catch at second slip to get rid of Kusal Mendis. We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.