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Dhoni's 'minor' mistake cost us Test: Vishy
Published on :8th April 2009
Former Test star Gundappa Vishwanath, who praised the overall performance of the triumphant Indian team in New Zealand, said he was a little disappointed with Mahendra Singh Dhoni not declaring the second innings much earlier
Dhoni's men end 41-year drought
Published on :7th April 2009
India secured their first series victory on New Zealand soil in 41 years though rain denied them a deserving victory in the third Test here on Tuesday.
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India clinch historic series win in NZ after 41 yrs
Published on :7th April 2009
Light rain has postponed India's seemingly inevitable victory in the third and final test against New Zealand on Tuesday. New Zealand were 281 for eight, chasing an improbable 617 to win, in their second innings when a light rain shower passed over the Basin Reserve, forcing the players off 30 minutes after lunch.
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Rain-hit final Test drawn, India win series 1-0
Published on :7th April 2009
Ross Taylor reached his second century in successive Tests and shared a New Zealand record fifth-wicket partnership with James Franklin before India hit back to hold a commanding position at lunch on the final day of the third Test. Taylor followed his 151 in New Zealand's only innings in the drawn
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Tendulkar's twin strikes help India inch closer to win
Published on :7th April 2009
New Zealand began day five of the third and final Test at Wellington on Tuesday having realized two things. First was the fact that they had effectively lost the series. And second, they had a genuine chance of saving the Test and
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Only Weather Gods can save Kiwis
Published on :6th April 2009
Only weather can stop India from securing a historic victory at Wellington as Kiwis lost four crucial wickets in pursuit of an improbable target of 617. The Kiwis are still 450 runs behind India with Ross Taylor (69) and James Franklin (26) at the crease. New Zealand still needs to bat out an entire day for to secure a draw against India.
India's declaration surprises McCullum
Published on :6th April 2009
New Zealand wicketkeeper batsman Brendon McCullum said Monday he was surprised with India's delayed declaration in the second innings despite the possibility of rain playing spoilsport Tuesday and denying the visitors a win in the third Test.
Dravid becomes Test cricketer with most catches
Published on :6th April 2009
Rahul Dravid on Monday became the Test cricketer with most catches when he held on a Tim McIntosh edge off Zaheer Khan on the fourth day of the third and final cricket Test in Wellington. Dravid snapped the catch, his 182nd in 134th Test
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New Zealand reeling after Harbhajan's double-strike
Published on :6th April 2009
Rahul Dravid took a world record-breaking catch as India pressed closer to their first Test series win in New Zealand in 41 years, declaring with a 616-run lead against New Zealand on the fourth day of the third Test. At lunch on Monday, New Zealand was struggling at 37 for one
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India set New Zealand 617 run target
Published on :6th April 2009
Wellington: Chasing a massive target of 617 New Zealand were 37/1 at lunch in their second innings on the fourth day of the third Test at Basin Reserve in Wellington on Monday. Earlier Indian skipper MS Dhoni smashed an unbeaten 56 as India declared their second innings at 434-7 on the fourth day,
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