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  • Black Caps comfortably seal series win0

    Team India lost the second Test match on the third day Christchurch: The New Zealand cricket team defeated the Indian cricket team by 7 wickets on the third day in the second Test match played at Hegley Oval ground in Christchurch. After this win, New Zealand won the two-match Test series 2–0. New Zealand defeated

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  • India bowled out for 242, Jamieson stars for NZ0

    Christchurch: India lost the toss in the second Test against New Zealand starting at the Hague Oval ground in Christchurch on Saturday and were bowled out to 242 runs in their first innings. For India, Prithvi Shaw, Pujara and Hanuma Vihari scored half-centuries, for New Zealand, Kyle Jamieson took 5 wickets. India had a poor

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  • India vs NZ: Team India is not easy in second test also0

    The second and last match of the Test series between Team India and New Zealand will be played at Hegel Oval Stadium in Christchurch. The match is to be held from 29 February to 4 March. According to Indian time, this match will start at 4 am. In Virat Kohli’s captaincy, team will try its

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  • India’s embarrassing defeat in Wellington Test0

    Wellington. In the first Test match played in Wellington, New Zealand has defeated India by 10 wickets. India were trailing by 183 runs in the second innings after being reduced to just 165 runs in the first innings. India failed to score big even in their second innings and the entire team managed only 191

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  • Kiwi cricketer equals world record of sixes in debut test0

    Wellington: Playing his first Test for New Zealand, 6-foot-8-inch-tall Kyle Jamieson, on the third day of the Wellington Test, on Sunday, played a strong knock of 44 off 45 balls to set many new records. Jamieson, New Zealand’s longest player, hit 4 sixes in his innings and equaled Australia’s Michael Clarke’s record of hitting the

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  • Kohli failed to score a century in 20th consecutive innings0

    Wellington: Team India captain Virat Kohli continues to perform poorly with the bat. Kohli flopped in both innings of the first Test against New Zealand. After being dismissed for 2 in the first innings, he was dismissed for 19 in the second innings on the third day of the match on Sunday. With this, Kohli

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