New Zealand continued their supremacy in the second Test by removing three top order batsmen of Sri Lanka after the visitors scored 412 runs in the 1st innings.
Rangana Herath mesmerized the visiting New Zealand in the opening Test by grabbing 11 wickets as Sri Lanka won the one sided game with plenty of time left.
Mahela Jayawardene and Angelo Mathews batted excellently on the second day which belonged to the bowlers as 10 wickets fell and the match was evenly balanced.
Rangana Herath delivered a lethal bowling spell vs. New Zealand in the opening Test as Sri Lanka took an edge over the visitors on the first day of the match.
The captain of New Zealand, Ross Taylor has urged his batsmen to convert their fifties into hundreds that can lead the Black Caps on the road to success in the future.
Chris Gayle and Kieran Pollard kicked off the innings in style – first Test vs. New Zealand
Martin Guptill played a breezy knock against the quality bowling of West Indies as New Zealand reached a respected score at the end of the 1st day’s play.
Chris Gayle toyed with the New Zealand bowling with a powerful fifty and Sunil Narine broke the back of their batting as West Indies won the 2nd T20 in style.
Kane Williamson played a heroic knock of unbeaten 102 and saved New Zealand from a certain defeat in the third Test against South Africa.
South Africa dominated against New Zealand with a superb spell by Vernon Philander who grabbed six wickets and the visitors are anticipating winning the match.