New Zealand beat India by seven wickets in second Test match
New Delhi : New Zealand bagged the second Test match in just three days, handing India a humiliating defeat to sweep the series.
India started the day at 90 for the loss of six wickets and could only manage 124 runs on the scoreboard in their second innings. New Zealand in response chased down the required 132 runs to win the game in just 36 overs.
With this, New Zealand has become an unbeaten team since last 13 Test matches in their home grounds.
In the latest series, on traditional New Zealand green wickets, India managed scores of 165, 191, 242 and 124, reflecting the low contributions from Kohli of 2, 19, 3 and 14.
Virat Kohli had to face several hits during the course. He had came to New Zealand as the world's top Test batsman but during the series he lost his top ranking to Australian Steve Smith.
He was again caught making headlines for not playing the game in good spirits. when Kane Williamson went for three in the first innings of the second Test the pressure showed when he gave the New Zealand skipper a very animated send-off.
There was further evidence of frustration when he was caught on camera yelling an obscenity at a group of New Zealand supporters on Sunday.
Meanwhile, New Zealand bowlers Tim Southee and Trent Boult did not give any chance to Indian batsmen to settle on the crease with their brilliand inswing and outswing deliveries.