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.
Thunderbolts from the fierce quick bowler of Australia, Mitchell Johnson, destroyed the mighty batting power house of South Africa in the opening Test.
A magnificent hundred by Ajinkya Rahane put India in command against the powerful unit of New Zealand who are facing a possible defeat in the final Test.
Mitchell Johnson bulldozed the Proteas batting whereas David Warner blasted a ton and Alex Doolan was another star performer with the bat for the Kangaroos.
The spearhead of the Indian pace battery, Ishant Sharma, well assisted by Mohammed Shami penetrated through the batting line up of the Kiwis in the 1st innings.
The supreme form of Mitchell Johnson continued even after the Ashes when he punctured the top order batting of the Proteas who are sinking in the first Test.
A solid unbroken partnership of 199 runs between Shaun Marsh and Steven Smith consolidated the position of their team against South Africa in the first Test.
New Zealand maintained their supremacy in the ongoing series vs. India who surrendered the opening Test against the quality quick bowling on a bouncy track.
The young gun of Bangladesh, Mominul Haque, blasted an unbeaten hundred in the second innings and guided his team to a draw vs. Sri Lanka in the 2nd Test.
The Indian bowlers put their side back in the game after their dismal batting in the first innings as the Black Caps were dismissed cheaply in their 2nd one.