Midfielder Clayton Lewis earned his 15th cap for New Zealand as a 61st minute substitute in the All Whites' 1-0 victory over Chinese Taipei.
The cap is his fourth since joining the Iron last year after competing against Peru over two legs in a World Cup play-off decider before picking his third up against Canada in a friendly.
Lewis is currently with New Zealand in India as they compete in the HERO International Cup against Kenya, Chinese Taipei and India in their group stage.
The 21-year-old could be in line to claim cap number 16 on Thursday, June 7 as they play their final encounter (kick-off 3.30pm UK time).
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