- India second innings – 144 runs at 4, Prithvi 14, Mayank 58, Pujara 11, Virat 19
- Jameson 44, Bolt 38, Ishant Sharma 68 on 5
- Rahane 25, Vihari 15, Bolt 27 for 3, New Zealand first innings – 348 runs
NZ Vs IND 1st Test, Day 3: On the third day of the first Test match being played on the reserve ground, Team India scored 144 for 4 wickets in their second innings till the end of the third day’s play. And he is still 39 runs behind New Zealand on the basis of first innings score.
India did not start well and Prithvi Shaw (14) got out soon despite looking good. After this, Mayank Agarwal (58) batted excellently at one end, but the batsman at the other end got out after setting eyes.
Pujara (11) could do anything nor captain Virat Kohli (19). Rahane 25 and Hanuma Vihari are at the crease after scoring 25 runs at the end of the day’s play. In the second innings for New Zealand, Trent Bolt was the one who took three wickets, while Tim Southee got one wicket.
New Zealand, who started the third day by 216 runs at the loss of five wickets, increased their runs by 123 runs in their account before being all out for 348 runs in the first session to take a 183-run lead over India.
Opener Mayank Agarwal who scored an innings of 58 runs. Trent Bolt took the wickets of Prithvi Shaw (14), Cheteshwar Pujara (11) and captain Virat Kohli (19) put India in trouble. Meanwhile, Mayank held one end. In the second session of the day, the first blow to India came in the form of Shaw on the total score of 27. Pujara was dismissed as the team’s second wicket on a total score of 78.