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India taste Test win in NZ after 33 years
Published on :21st March 2009
India broke a 33-year drought when a six-wicket haul by Harbhajan Singh spun them to a 10-wicket victory over New Zealand in the first Test in Hamilton on Saturday. Harbhajan's 6-63 wizardry, following an iconic 160 by Sachin Tendulkar,
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Sachin and Bhajji script a historic Indian win
Published on :21st March 2009
India beat New Zealand by 10 wickets, their first on New Zealand soil since 1974-75 , to take a 1-0 lead in their three-match series at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Saturday. Rahul Dravid (8) and Gautam Gambhir (30) knocked off the easy target of 39 runs
 
India thrash New Zealand by 10 wickets
Published on :21st March 2009
Harbhajan Singh took five wickets for 45 runs as New Zealand slumped to 216-8 at tea on the fourth day of the first Test on Saturday, trailing India by 25 runs with only two second-innings wickets in hand. India led by 241 runs after the first innings when it was dismissed for 520, fueled by Sachin Tendulkar's 160, in reply to New Zealand's 279.
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India on brink of victory
Published on :21st March 2009
India were on the verge of a massive victory over New Zealand [Images] with a day to spare in the first Test at Seddon Park in Hamilton on Saturday. Needing to make at least 241 to force the Indians to bat a second time, New Zealand collapsed to 216 for eight at tea on the fourth day, still 25 runs short.
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Harbhajan strikes leave New Zealand reeling
Published on :21st March 2009
Daniel Flynn made a battling half-century but India captured two key wickets to tighten their grip on the first Test against New Zealand before lunch on the fourth day on Saturday. Flynn was 62 not out at lunch, his third half-century in Tests, and New Zealand were 146 for five, still 95 runs behind India after trailing by 241 on the first innings.
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India not taking things for granted: Sachin
Published on :20th March 2009
After putting India to an advantageous position with his 42nd Test ton, Sachin Tendulkar on Friday hoped for a favourable outcome but said there would be no let up in the intensity. “It is always a good feeling to be in a position that we are in.
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New Zealand three down, still trail by 166 runs
Published on :20th March 2009
With the play beginning nine minutes early on day three India took the lead in the first Test match here in Hamilton. The day started off in the best possible way with Yuvraj smashing two consecutive boundaries to Chris Martin on the first two balls. Tendulkar too joined the party soon as he moved into the eighties in no time, also smashing two consecitive boundaries.
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Sachin scores 42nd ton to put India on driver's seat
Published on :20th March 2009
Sachin Tendulkar scored a masterly 160, his 42 Test hundred, to put India in the driver's seat as the visitors took a healthy 241-run first innings lead on day three of the first match against New Zealand in Hamilton on Friday. Resuming at their overnight 278 for four,
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Tendulkar century leads India charge
Published on :20th March 2009
India began the third day of the first Test against New Zealand on 278-4 with Sachin Tendulkar and Yuvraj Singh in the middle at Seddon Park.
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Tendulkar leads India's strong reply, India 278/4
Published on :19th March 2009
Sachin Tendulkar's impressive half century took India closer to New Zealand's first innings total as visitors finished 278 for four at stumps on the second day of the first test at Hamilton today. The master batsman hit eight fours en-route to his 52nd half century.
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