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.
The captain of India, MS Dhoni, has blamed the slow strip as the cause of his team’s defeat in the 2nd T20 vs. New Zealand, instead of holding his batsmen responsible.
Brendon McCullum played a stormy knock of 91 runs as New Zealand won the thrilling encounter against India and the hosts remained unable to beat them in a T20.
India humiliated New Zealand in the 1st Test by a huge margin of an innings and 115 runs due to a magical spell of bowling from Ravichandran Ashwin in the game.
The Indian batsmen piled up massive runs in the first innings and their spinners crushed the batting of New Zealand as the visitors are rushing towards the follow on.
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 made his return in Test cricket with a bang by plundering 150 runs vs. New Zealand and the maiden century by Kieran Powell put West Indies in command.
New Zealand struggled against the devastating off spin bowling from the rising international star, Sunil Narine who won the match for West Indies.
Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels hammered tons and set a difficult target for New Zealand who fought well but lost the match to West Indies in the end.
Chris Gayle and Kieron Pollard disgraced New Zealand bowling in the opening T20 as West Indies triumphed in the opening game held at Lauderhill, Florida.