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Indian cricket

Success springs from feeling secure - Harbhajan

Apr 11, 2009: Harbhajan Singh has said the main reason why India have been able to build on the winning momentum in the recent past is that the players are no more insecure about their place in the side

Nagraj Gollapudi

Indian cricket

Tendulkar praises Kirsten's role

Apr 10, 2009: Sachin Tendulkar has praised India's coach Gary Kirsten for his role in the team's first Test series win in New Zealand for more than 41 years

ESPNcricinfo staff

The new, lethal Zaheer Khan

Apr 10, 2009: How India's spearhead has, over the last three seasons, transformed into a far more potent bowler than he used to be

S Rajesh

New Zealand news

Moles wants say in selection

Apr 9, 2009: Andy Moles, the New Zealand coach, has expressed his wish to join the selection panel, after initially turning down the role at the time of taking over in December

ESPNcricinfo staff

Postcards from the Basin

Apr 9, 2009: History, airports, and more tea than you can shake a stick at

Sidharth Monga

India in New Zealand 2009

Spin and partnerships turn it India's way

Apr 8, 2009: Stats review of the three-Test series between India and New Zealand

Siddhartha Talya

India in New Zealand 2008-09

Ryder's rise dulls the pain for New Zealand

Apr 8, 2009: Sidharth Monga rates the performances of New Zealand's players in the Tests against India

Sidharth Monga

India - Marks out of ten

Gambhir's the best of 'em all

Apr 8, 2009: India won a Test series in New Zealand after 41 years. Cricinfo runs the rule over those who contributed to the memorable achievement overseas

Sidharth Monga

India in New Zealand 2009

A job well done by professional India

Apr 8, 2009: The final Test of the series summed up where India and New Zealand stood vis-à-vis history and Test rankings. Sidharth Monga reviews the series

Sidharth Monga in Wellington

New Zealand v India, 3rd Test, Wellington, 5th day

We were outplayed - Vettori

Apr 7, 2009: On the last day - a gloomy one - of a tough season, New Zealand had a few bright spots to hang on to. Of course, the series had been lost the day they were bowled out for 197 at the Basin Reserve

Sidharth Monga in Wellington

New Zealand v India, 3rd Test, Wellington, 5th day

Rain forces draw but India take series

Apr 7, 2009: The Wellington weather and a Ross Taylor century defied India as the third Test ended in a draw with New Zealand eight wickets down

The Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran

New Zealand v India, 3rd Test, Wellington, 4th day

We'll look to bat out the day - McCullum

Apr 6, 2009: No damp squib here with New Zealand wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum saying the team will want to bat out the final day at Wellington instead of rain helping them draw the match. "You can't pray for rain or you can't expect rain to get you out of the situati

ESPNcricinfo staff

New Zealand v India, 3rd Test, Wellington, 4th day

Harbhajan a revelation

Apr 6, 2009: India ensured they would win their first Test series in New Zealand in 41 years - that probably hadn't been in doubt at the start of the day's play or from the time India bowled New Zealand out for 197 to get a lead of 182.

Sidharth Monga in Wellington

New Zealand v India, 3rd Test, Wellington, 4th day

Jugglers, bluffmasters, and collisions

Apr 6, 2009: The Plays of the fourth day of the third Test between New Zealand and India in Wellington

Sidharth Monga in Wellington

New Zealand v India, 3rd Test, Wellington, 4th day

Taylor fifty keeps New Zealand fighting

Apr 6, 2009: A combination of bad light and an obdurate fifth-wicket partnership held up India's victory charge at the Basin Reserve after they had set New Zealand a target of 617

The Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran

New Zealand v India, 3rd Test, Wellington, 3rd day

Grinding the opposition

Apr 5, 2009: It was like watching a Ranji Trophy knockout game. India had taken a huge first-innings lead, and went about batting New Zealand out of the game ruthlessly.

Sidharth Monga in Wellington

New Zealand v India, 3rd Test, Wellington, 3rd day

Hungry Gambhir wants more

Apr 5, 2009: Gautam Gambhir has been the most consistent Test batsman since he made his permanent comeback to the Indian team, in Sri Lanka last year. And dare we say, the best too, Shivnarine Chanderpaul excepting

Sidharth Monga in Wellington

New Zealand v India, 3rd Test, Wellington, 3rd day

Wily McCullum out-thinks Dravid

Apr 5, 2009: Plays of the day for day three of the third Test between New Zealand and India in Wellington

Sidharth Monga in Wellington

New Zealand v India, 3rd Test, Wellington, 3rd day

Gambhir ton gives India massive lead

Apr 5, 2009: Gautam Gambhir scored his second century of the series in successive matches to put India in a virtually invincible position in the Wellington Test

The Bulletin by S Rajesh

New Zealand v India, 3rd Test, Wellington, 2nd day

Harbhajan plays ideal second fiddle

Apr 4, 2009: Harbhajan Singh bowled an unbroken 23-over spell for 43 runs and bagged three wickets. All 23 overs were bowled into the wind. What more can the quick bowlers ask for

Sidharth Monga in Wellington
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Tour Results
New Zealand v India at Wellington - Apr 3-7, 2009
Match drawn
New Zealand v India at Napier - Mar 26-30, 2009
Match drawn
New Zealand v India at Hamilton - Mar 18-21, 2009
India won by 10 wickets
New Zealand v India at Auckland - Mar 14, 2009
New Zealand won by 8 wickets (with 118 balls remaining)
New Zealand v India at Hamilton - Mar 11, 2009
India won by 84 runs (D/L method)
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