Brendon McCullum became the 1st Kiwi player to blast a triple century and Jimmy Neesham assisted him with a ton as misery for India continued on foreign soils.
A career’s best unbeaten 281 by the Black Caps skipper, Brendon McCullum, and a ton by BJ Watling, guided their side towards the series win against India.
Black Cap’s captain, Bredon McCullum, blasted a superb ton, shared an unbeaten 158 runs partnership with BJ Watling and kept India anxious in the 2nd Test.
The left arm pacer of New Zealand, Trent Boult, achieved his career’s best bowling figures of 10-80 vs. West Indies who faced an innings defeat in the 2nd Test.
The Black Caps tightened their grip against the Windies after posting a mammoth 1st innings score followed by grasping four top order wickets in the 2nd Test.
The wonder boy of Bangladesh, Mominul Haque, blasted his successive ton in two Tests against New Zealand and guided his team towards an unbeatable position.
The young all rounder of New Zealand, Corey Anderson, plundered his maiden Test ton and enabled his side with a sizeable lead vs. Bangladesh in the 2nd game.
Sohag Gazi excelled with the ball by grabbing a hat trick in the second innings of New Zealand as the first Test ended in a draw on a batting paradise wicket.
The young gun of Bangladesh, Mominul Haque, boosted his side by plundering his maiden Test century and sharing valuable partnerships against New Zealand.
BJ Watling hit another Test ton and put New Zealand into a commanding position vs. Bangladesh, assisted by a solid partnership of 127 runs with Trent Boult.