The Kiwis continued their domination over the Blue Shirts in the ongoing ODI series by a compact team work and defeated the visitors in the consecutive game.
The pace attack of New Zealand, well led by Mitchell McClenaghan and Corey Anderson, let India down in the opening ODI besides a superb ton from Virat Kohli.
Murali Vijay along with the man in form, Cheteshwar Pujara, guided India to a comfortable position against South Africa on the opening day of the 2nd Test.
The top order star batsman of India, Virat Kohli, blasted his 5th Test century and lifted his side when the others found it hard to score vs. South Africa.
The South African batsmen toyed with the bowling of India, showered boundaries at will and their bowlers punctured the strong batting of the visitors.
One of the best quick bowlers of the world, Dale Steyn, rated the Indian side as a tough opponent but promised to deliver his best in the forthcoming series.
West Indies bounced back in the limited over game with their strong batting display, well led by Darren Sammy and won the 2nd ODI vs. India at Visakhapatnam.
Team India performed excellently in all departments of the game and handed over a stunning defeat to West Indies who were unable to deliver their best.
Rohit Sharma continued with his blistering form and powered a ton in his maiden Test while Ravichandran Ashwin gave him nice support at the other end.
The young quick bowler of India, Mohammed Shami, put his side on top while playing his first game as the hosts were cruising nicely after the 1st day’s play.