IND v NZ 1ST Test: New Zealand needed only nine runs to win, which they scored without losing any wickets.
Saudi took 5 wickets in the second innings
Playing the first match, Kyle Jameson took four wickets in the first innings but he could not take a single wicket in the second innings.
Kyle Jameson did not get a wicket in second innings
Host New Zealand defeated India by 10 wickets on the fourth day of the first Test match played on the Basin Reserve ground here. With this, he took a 1-0 lead in the two-match Test series. New Zealand had piled up India for 165 runs in the first innings and took 348 runs in their first innings to take a lead of 183 runs.
In the second innings, the Indian batsmen could not score big and scored only 191 runs, due to which New Zealand needed only nine runs to win, which they scored without losing any wickets. Tom Latham remained unbeaten, scoring seven and Tom Bundle two.
India started the fourth day with 144 runs at the loss of four wickets. She returned to the pavilion by adding 47 runs to her account, losing all the remaining six wickets. Tim Southee took five wickets for New Zealand in the second innings. At the same time, Trent Boult took four wickets.
Colin de Grandhom had a breakthrough. Kyle Jameson, playing the first match, took four wickets in the first innings but could not take a single wicket in the second innings.