New Zealand tour of India, 3rd Test: India v New Zealand at Indore, Oct 8-11, 2016
India won by 321 runs
8,9,10,11 October 2016 (5-day match)
  India 1st innings R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal M Vijay c Latham b Patel 10 27 18 2 0 55.55
4.5 54.8 mph, what a catch that is at short leg! Latham the fielder! Vijay came forward and flicked the ball and got a good chunk of the bat on it, the ball flew quickly but straight at Latham, who was doing the right things in terms of getting into position for such a chance. The ball struck his arm, then bobbled along his body before he grasped it in his hands 26/1
View dismissal G Gambhir lbw b Boult 29 93 53 3 2 54.71
19.5 lbw! Boult has his man after hitting the back pad. The ball was pitched on a good length just outside off and came into the left-hander with the angle from over the wicket, beating the inside edge as Gambhir pushed forward to defend with a short stride. The ball may have even grazed the front pad before hitting the back pad, the impact was in line with off stump and that looked pretty plumb. That ball kept a bit low too. 60/2
View dismissal CA Pujara b Santner 41 132 108 6 0 37.96
35.6 54.8 mph, absolute ripper! You cannot prepare for this. Maybe you would want your front foot moving a little more. But Santner's trajectory is flat and it puts the batsman in two minds. Then comes the turn. The big, hooping turn. Angled in on middle and off - the pace is fairly quick - and it had Pujara playing the angle, very nervously, and dupes him 100/3
View dismissal V Kohli* lbw b Patel 211 536 366 20 0 57.65
147.6 59.2 mph, that's the end of a monumental partnership. Rahane walks up to congratulate his skipper, most members of the New Zealand side are generous in their applause too. Wonder if cramps played a part in his dismissal. Coming back to the delivery, this was short and drifting in to middle and off, Kohli gets into a tangle as he looks to whip that past midwicket, but missed it altogether to make it a simple decision for umpire Bruce Oxenford. 465/4
View dismissal AM Rahane c †Watling b Boult 188 513 381 18 4 49.34
159.1 85.6 mph, that's the end of a superb Rahane knock. This was a nothing delivery. Length ball that had enough width, Rahane shapes to drive on the up, well away from the body, but can only get a thick edge that is taken by Watling, who dives low to his right to complete it. No sign of the declaration yet. Kohli is still in his blue training shirt, and munching away 504/5
RG Sharma not out 51 90 63 3 2 80.95
RA Jadeja not out 17 46 27 1 0 62.96
Extras (b 4, lb 3, w 1, nb 2) 10
  Total (5 wickets dec; 169 overs; 721 mins) 557 (3.29 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wickets TA Boult 32 2 113 2 3.53 124 14 0 (1w)
19.5 to Gambhir, lbw! Boult has his man after hitting the back pad. The ball was pitched on a good length just outside off and came into the left-hander with the angle from over the wicket, beating the inside edge as Gambhir pushed forward to defend with a short stride. The ball may have even grazed the front pad before hitting the back pad, the impact was in line with off stump and that looked pretty plumb. That ball kept a bit low too. 60/2
159.1 to Rahane, 85.6 mph, that's the end of a superb Rahane knock. This was a nothing delivery. Length ball that had enough width, Rahane shapes to drive on the up, well away from the body, but can only get a thick edge that is taken by Watling, who dives low to his right to complete it. No sign of the declaration yet. Kohli is still in his blue training shirt, and munching away 504/5
  MJ Henry 35 3 127 0 3.62 144 13 3
View wickets JS Patel 40 5 120 2 3.00 171 8 4
4.5 to Vijay, 54.8 mph, what a catch that is at short leg! Latham the fielder! Vijay came forward and flicked the ball and got a good chunk of the bat on it, the ball flew quickly but straight at Latham, who was doing the right things in terms of getting into position for such a chance. The ball struck his arm, then bobbled along his body before he grasped it in his hands 26/1
147.6 to Kohli, 59.2 mph, that's the end of a monumental partnership. Rahane walks up to congratulate his skipper, most members of the New Zealand side are generous in their applause too. Wonder if cramps played a part in his dismissal. Coming back to the delivery, this was short and drifting in to middle and off, Kohli gets into a tangle as he looks to whip that past midwicket, but missed it altogether to make it a simple decision for umpire Bruce Oxenford. 465/4
View wicket MJ Santner 44 4 137 1 3.11 175 12 1
35.6 to Pujara, 54.8 mph, absolute ripper! You cannot prepare for this. Maybe you would want your front foot moving a little more. But Santner's trajectory is flat and it puts the batsman in two minds. Then comes the turn. The big, hooping turn. Angled in on middle and off - the pace is fairly quick - and it had Pujara playing the angle, very nervously, and dupes him 100/3
  JDS Neesham 18 1 53 0 2.94 77 6 0 (2nb)
  New Zealand 1st innings R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal MJ Guptill run out (Ashwin) 72 191 144 10 2 50.00
46.6 Ashwin to Ronchi, has Guptill been run out at the non-strikers' end? He has! What an awful way to go. He was backing up, and having seen his partner drill a superb straight drive, he probably had the right to. But Ashwin reaches to his right, gets just enough of a deflection - only the tip of his ring finger met the ball - that made sure the ball didn't go to the boundary and instead hit the stumps 143/4
View dismissal TWM Latham c & b Ashwin 53 136 104 7 0 50.96
34.2 51.2 mph, teasing little offbreak. Worse, it had masqueraded as a half-volley on the pads. Poor Latham thought he had a single for the taking, bringing his bat across his front pad and playing with a closed face. But the ball - a lot slower in pace, that was the key to the wicket - lobs up off the leading edge and Ashwin takes an absolute dolly of a catch 113/1
View dismissal KS Williamson* b Ashwin 8 33 25 1 0 32.00
42.6 52.3 mph, dragged on! He's played Ashwin's good-length balls off the back foot, not entirely a terrible ploy, but the problem arose when he went for the cut. A straight bat could have saved him, but the horizontal one simply made him feel more cramped and it presents the ball with the perfect opportunity to take the inside edge and trickle onto the stumps. Rare mistake from Williamson. 129/2
View dismissal LRPL Taylor c Rahane b Ashwin 0 9 4 0 0 0.00
44.5 52.1 mph, it's the straight one! Oh, wait. It turned just a tiny bit. Taylor was just playing too far inside the line. And he has this technique as well where he doesn't push too far forward and the bat comes down at an angle from gully. Ashwin, by pulling his length back, gets the outside edge and Rahane mops things up 135/3
View dismissal L Ronchi c Rahane b Ashwin 0 13 6 0 0 0.00
48.1 55.6 mph, off the thigh of the keeper to the first slip. Superb work from Rahane, diving to his right. Outstanding reflexes. The delivery wasn't too bad either. Drifted away from Ronchi, who had come forward expecting top block a good length ball and suddenly finding that he was playing inside the line. Fine edge, hitchhikes its way to India's vice-captain 143/5
View dismissal JDS Neesham lbw b Ashwin 71 144 115 11 0 61.73
86.2 51.3 mph, hasn't it straightened too much? Umpire Dharmasena thinks not and raises the finger and Ashwin has his 20th five-wicket haul. He wrapped it up with a well flighted delivery that Neesham played all around with a sweep. Struck on the back thigh, but that back thigh was probably outside the line of off stump. Neesham went back to the dressing room, waited by the monitor to see the replay and then strode off disgusted 271/8
View dismissal BJ Watling c Rahane b Jadeja 23 60 48 4 0 47.91
62.6 51.2 mph, is there an argument that Watling was set up? He was made to lunge forward to a few slow, loopy deliveries. Now Jadeja gets one to land on a good length and the batsman, having cultivated a habit of pushing at the ball, does so again. This time he is nowhere near the pitch, feathers an edge. Rahane has to move to his left, does so quickly enough to get both hands to the ball and then controls it with a bit of a juggle. Brilliant that he wasn't distracted by Saha trying his best to grab at the ball; he was well within his right to, of course as the keeper. 196/6
View dismissal MJ Santner c Kohli b Jadeja 22 47 52 4 0 42.30
78.6 52.0 mph, how about that for a catch? The batsman was shaping for a cover drive, and for a leg slip to be alert enough to pick that up is simply super. Jadeja looped the ball up, and a littler wider to tempt Santner, the ball takes the inside edge, sneaks through the gate and ends up in Kohli's hands 248/7
View dismissal JS Patel run out (Ashwin) 18 41 26 3 0 69.23
88.2 Ashwin to Henry, seems to have dropped the catch coming back at him, but with the ball hitting the stumps could Patel be run out? Oh yes! Ashwin's pulled off a second of these. Some good work deceiving the batsman in flight, Henry drove at the ball, looking for the covers, ended up inside edging it. Ashwin was concentrating on the catch. Fumbles it, but is lucky enough that the ball went onto the stumps and Patel, backing up, couldn't put his bat down in time even though it was pushed behind the crease 289/9
MJ Henry not out 15 15 13 2 1 115.38
View dismissal TA Boult c Pujara b Ashwin 0 6 5 0 0 0.00
90.2 48.7 mph, Ashwin has six! shimmes down, looks to heave it towards midwicket, gets a top edge and Pujara takes the catch. A superb one at that, because the ball went so high. Backtracked from midwicket and pulled it off serenely 294/10
Extras (b 6, lb 5, w 1, pen 5) 17
  Total (all out; 90.2 overs; 352 mins) 299 (3.30 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
  Mohammed Shami 13 1 40 0 3.07 59 5 0 (1w)
  UT Yadav 15 1 55 0 3.66 68 10 0
View wickets R Ashwin 27.2 5 81 6 2.96 124 9 2
34.2 to Latham, 51.2 mph, teasing little offbreak. Worse, it had masqueraded as a half-volley on the pads. Poor Latham thought he had a single for the taking, bringing his bat across his front pad and playing with a closed face. But the ball - a lot slower in pace, that was the key to the wicket - lobs up off the leading edge and Ashwin takes an absolute dolly of a catch 113/1
42.6 to Williamson, 52.3 mph, dragged on! He's played Ashwin's good-length balls off the back foot, not entirely a terrible ploy, but the problem arose when he went for the cut. A straight bat could have saved him, but the horizontal one simply made him feel more cramped and it presents the ball with the perfect opportunity to take the inside edge and trickle onto the stumps. Rare mistake from Williamson. 129/2
44.5 to Taylor, 52.1 mph, it's the straight one! Oh, wait. It turned just a tiny bit. Taylor was just playing too far inside the line. And he has this technique as well where he doesn't push too far forward and the bat comes down at an angle from gully. Ashwin, by pulling his length back, gets the outside edge and Rahane mops things up 135/3
48.1 to Ronchi, 55.6 mph, off the thigh of the keeper to the first slip. Superb work from Rahane, diving to his right. Outstanding reflexes. The delivery wasn't too bad either. Drifted away from Ronchi, who had come forward expecting top block a good length ball and suddenly finding that he was playing inside the line. Fine edge, hitchhikes its way to India's vice-captain 143/5
86.2 to Neesham, 51.3 mph, hasn't it straightened too much? Umpire Dharmasena thinks not and raises the finger and Ashwin has his 20th five-wicket haul. He wrapped it up with a well flighted delivery that Neesham played all around with a sweep. Struck on the back thigh, but that back thigh was probably outside the line of off stump. Neesham went back to the dressing room, waited by the monitor to see the replay and then strode off disgusted 271/8
90.2 to Boult, 48.7 mph, Ashwin has six! shimmes down, looks to heave it towards midwicket, gets a top edge and Pujara takes the catch. A superb one at that, because the ball went so high. Backtracked from midwicket and pulled it off serenely 294/10
View wickets RA Jadeja 28 5 80 2 2.85 136 13 1
62.6 to Watling, 51.2 mph, is there an argument that Watling was set up? He was made to lunge forward to a few slow, loopy deliveries. Now Jadeja gets one to land on a good length and the batsman, having cultivated a habit of pushing at the ball, does so again. This time he is nowhere near the pitch, feathers an edge. Rahane has to move to his left, does so quickly enough to get both hands to the ball and then controls it with a bit of a juggle. Brilliant that he wasn't distracted by Saha trying his best to grab at the ball; he was well within his right to, of course as the keeper. 196/6
78.6 to Santner, 52.0 mph, how about that for a catch? The batsman was shaping for a cover drive, and for a leg slip to be alert enough to pick that up is simply super. Jadeja looped the ball up, and a littler wider to tempt Santner, the ball takes the inside edge, sneaks through the gate and ends up in Kohli's hands 248/7
  M Vijay 7 0 27 0 3.85 30 5 0
  India 2nd innings R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal M Vijay run out (Guptill/†Watling) 19 64 42 2 0 45.23
13.4 from Santner, misunderstanding. Lazy running. Great fielding. It all began with a good ball too - Santner pushing it through on middle and getting the ball to straighten just enough that Vijay, pushing his bat out in front of his pads, gets an outside edge into the covers. Hared out and was halfway down by the time he realises Pujara was telling him to go back. Turns around, and seems a bit casual in trying to reach safety. No dive. There was one from Guptill though, moving to his left he took the ball with his right (dominant) hand and reverse flicked it to the keeper. Stunning. 34/1
View dismissal G Gambhir c Guptill b Patel 50 88 56 6 0 89.28
29.6 57.1 mph, looking for quick runs, Gambhir goes for the inside out drive and he had nailed it. Only problem though was the lack of elevation. Made the room for the shot, got the pitch to make sure he can power it. But when Guptill is in that region, you better make sure to hit it over him 110/2
CA Pujara not out 101 202 148 9 0 68.24
View dismissal V Kohli* lbw b Patel 17 36 28 1 0 60.71
39.6 51.6 mph, was he struck in line? Umpire Oxenford says yes. It's a good length ball just outside off, Kohli opts to sweep because he wants runs. Misses the ball and is struck on the front pad. It's a very tight call. About half the ball is outside the line of off stump. But it's the shot again that may have tempted the decison. A bit like Neesham getting lbw to Ashwin with respect to impact, Patel's ball certainly would have hit the stumps 158/3
AM Rahane not out 23 44 20 3 0 115.00
Extras (b 4, lb 1, w 1) 6
  Total (3 wickets dec; 49 overs; 219 mins) 216 (4.40 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
  TA Boult 7 0 35 0 5.00 23 5 0
View wickets JS Patel 14 0 56 2 4.00 48 6 0
29.6 to Gambhir, 57.1 mph, looking for quick runs, Gambhir goes for the inside out drive and he had nailed it. Only problem though was the lack of elevation. Made the room for the shot, got the pitch to make sure he can power it. But when Guptill is in that region, you better make sure to hit it over him 110/2
39.6 to Kohli, 51.6 mph, was he struck in line? Umpire Oxenford says yes. It's a good length ball just outside off, Kohli opts to sweep because he wants runs. Misses the ball and is struck on the front pad. It's a very tight call. About half the ball is outside the line of off stump. But it's the shot again that may have tempted the decison. A bit like Neesham getting lbw to Ashwin with respect to impact, Patel's ball certainly would have hit the stumps 158/3
  MJ Santner 17 1 71 0 4.17 55 7 0
  MJ Henry 7 1 22 0 3.14 24 1 0 (1w)
  JDS Neesham 4 0 27 0 6.75 8 2 0
  New Zealand 2nd innings (target: 475 runs) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal TWM Latham lbw b Yadav 6 8 10 0 1 60.00
1.4 88.6 mph, pinned in front of the stumps! A Yadav specialty. Pitched full, screams in, seems to almost pick up pace off the pitch. Actually, it only seems so because Latham was bringing his bat around the front pad. Makes him late on the shot. Makes the decision quite easy for umpire Dharmasena too. And Indore goes "Indiaaaaa, India. Indiaaaaaaa, India." Just magnify that by a factor of a million in your head 7/1
View dismissal MJ Guptill lbw b Jadeja 29 105 60 5 0 48.33
25.3 52.7 mph, the pace... he's been beaten for pace! Jaddu spears in one of his arm balls on middle and leg, Guptill's front foot was on middle stump, his bat comes down beside it. Then has to work around it. By then the ball hits the knee-roll and umpire Dharmasena sends him on his way 112/6
View dismissal KS Williamson* lbw b Ashwin 27 40 33 5 0 81.81
10.6 50.4 mph, big appeal for lbw, Williamson opened himself up for that by going deep in his crease and looks woeful when umpire Oxenford gives him out. It looked dicey. It was a tough decision, mostly in terms of adjudicating how much the ball was spinning. It ripped off a good length from outside off to pin Williamson in front of middle, and with him being so far back, there was not much distance to travel. All in all, a top decision 42/2
View dismissal LRPL Taylor b Ashwin 32 25 25 5 1 128.00
18.3 50.8 mph, sweeps the wrong ball, and Ashwin waves bye-bye to him. It's slower through the air. It's too full for the shot. He should be driving at those, but hitting across the line like that, he's sabotaged himself 80/3
View dismissal L Ronchi b Ashwin 15 14 18 1 0 83.33
22.4 51.6 mph, fooled him! And then messes up his stumps for good measure. It was pretty full delivery, but Ronchi was suckered into playing back because the trajectory was flat. Then just to make the batsman feel like the world is against him, it stays low too. 102/4
View dismissal JDS Neesham c Kohli b Jadeja 0 5 4 0 0 0.00
23.4 54.6 mph, chipped it straight to short midwicket. Trap set, trap sprung! There were plenty of men in the leg side, just for this shot. Short leg. Leg slip and then Kohli, who was diving low to his right to pull this off 103/5
BJ Watling not out 23 81 64 3 0 35.93
View dismissal MJ Santner b Ashwin 14 28 24 2 1 58.33
32.5 52.0 mph, goes straight on, and poor Santner throws a 'how do you do that?' and then an 'is there no mercy in the world?' stare at the celebrating Ashwin. It's the proper offspinner, not even the undercutter. So the batsman was well within his right to expect it to turn. And it does, just not that much. Takes the inside edge, then the pad and onto the stumps. That's 10 in the Test for Ashwin, his 6th time doing so 136/7
View dismissal JS Patel b Ashwin 0 5 2 0 0 0.00
34.1 53.5 mph, now he's got a five-for in each innings! That was all a bit too easy. Tossed it up. Patel plays right across the line, trying a sweep while standing up. In effect, he ushered the ball onto his stumps 138/8
View dismissal MJ Henry c Mohammed Shami b Ashwin 0 2 3 0 0 0.00
34.4 doesn't cost India much! Tossed up well wide of off stump, Henry goes for a slap over mid-off, but the ball dips. Henry can't reach the pitch and he mistimes the ball straight to mid-off instead 138/9
View dismissal TA Boult c & b Ashwin 4 35 27 1 0 14.81
44.5 47.0 mph, finishes it off, all by himself! Ashwin has a seventh - his best bowling in an innings, and in a Test match. Looped up to get him out of his crease and look for the drive. The ball dips on him though and it pops back. Watling throws his head down in disappointment. Coach Kumble is catching it all on camera, while the Indian dressing room explodes around him 153/10
Extras (b 2, nb 1) 3
  Total (all out; 44.5 overs; 178 mins) 153 (3.41 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
  Mohammed Shami 7 0 34 0 4.85 30 5 1 (1nb)
View wicket UT Yadav 8 4 13 1 1.62 42 2 0
1.4 to Latham, 88.6 mph, pinned in front of the stumps! A Yadav specialty. Pitched full, screams in, seems to almost pick up pace off the pitch. Actually, it only seems so because Latham was bringing his bat around the front pad. Makes him late on the shot. Makes the decision quite easy for umpire Dharmasena too. And Indore goes "Indiaaaaa, India. Indiaaaaaaa, India." Just magnify that by a factor of a million in your head 7/1
View wickets R Ashwin 13.5 2 59 7 4.26 61 8 2
10.6 to Williamson, 50.4 mph, big appeal for lbw, Williamson opened himself up for that by going deep in his crease and looks woeful when umpire Oxenford gives him out. It looked dicey. It was a tough decision, mostly in terms of adjudicating how much the ball was spinning. It ripped off a good length from outside off to pin Williamson in front of middle, and with him being so far back, there was not much distance to travel. All in all, a top decision 42/2
18.3 to Taylor, 50.8 mph, sweeps the wrong ball, and Ashwin waves bye-bye to him. It's slower through the air. It's too full for the shot. He should be driving at those, but hitting across the line like that, he's sabotaged himself 80/3
22.4 to Ronchi, 51.6 mph, fooled him! And then messes up his stumps for good measure. It was pretty full delivery, but Ronchi was suckered into playing back because the trajectory was flat. Then just to make the batsman feel like the world is against him, it stays low too. 102/4
32.5 to Santner, 52.0 mph, goes straight on, and poor Santner throws a 'how do you do that?' and then an 'is there no mercy in the world?' stare at the celebrating Ashwin. It's the proper offspinner, not even the undercutter. So the batsman was well within his right to expect it to turn. And it does, just not that much. Takes the inside edge, then the pad and onto the stumps. That's 10 in the Test for Ashwin, his 6th time doing so 136/7
34.1 to Patel, 53.5 mph, now he's got a five-for in each innings! That was all a bit too easy. Tossed it up. Patel plays right across the line, trying a sweep while standing up. In effect, he ushered the ball onto his stumps 138/8
34.4 to Henry, doesn't cost India much! Tossed up well wide of off stump, Henry goes for a slap over mid-off, but the ball dips. Henry can't reach the pitch and he mistimes the ball straight to mid-off instead 138/9
44.5 to Boult, 47.0 mph, finishes it off, all by himself! Ashwin has a seventh - his best bowling in an innings, and in a Test match. Looped up to get him out of his crease and look for the drive. The ball dips on him though and it pops back. Watling throws his head down in disappointment. Coach Kumble is catching it all on camera, while the Indian dressing room explodes around him 153/10
View wickets RA Jadeja 16 3 45 2 2.81 75 7 0
23.4 to Neesham, 54.6 mph, chipped it straight to short midwicket. Trap set, trap sprung! There were plenty of men in the leg side, just for this shot. Short leg. Leg slip and then Kohli, who was diving low to his right to pull this off 103/5
25.3 to Guptill, 52.7 mph, the pace... he's been beaten for pace! Jaddu spears in one of his arm balls on middle and leg, Guptill's front foot was on middle stump, his bat comes down beside it. Then has to work around it. By then the ball hits the knee-roll and umpire Dharmasena sends him on his way 112/6

Match details


Toss - India
Series - India won the 3-match series 3-0
Player of the match - R Ashwin (India)
Player of the series - R Ashwin (India)
Umpires - HDPK Dharmasena (Sri Lanka) and BNJ Oxenford (Australia)
TV umpire - C Shamshuddin
Match referee - DC Boon (Australia)
Reserve umpire - Nitin Menon
Close of play
  • Sat, 8 Oct - day 1 - India 1st innings 267/3 (V Kohli 103*, AM Rahane 79*, 90 ov)
  • Sun, 9 Oct - day 2 - New Zealand 1st innings 28/0 (MJ Guptill 17*, TWM Latham 6*, 9 ov)
  • Mon, 10 Oct - day 3 - India 2nd innings 18/0 (M Vijay 11*, CA Pujara 1*, 6 ov)
  • Tue, 11 Oct - day 4 - New Zealand 2nd innings 153 (44.5 ov) - end of match

Match Notes


Day 4
Day 3
Day 2
Day 1
    • India 1st innings
    • India: 50 runs in 12.5 overs (77 balls), Extras 0
    • Drinks: India - 50/1 in 13.0 overs (G Gambhir 28, CA Pujara 12)
    • Lunch: India - 75/2 in 26.0 overs (CA Pujara 29, V Kohli 7)
    • India: 100 runs in 35.2 overs (213 balls), Extras 4
    • Drinks: India - 111/3 in 41.0 overs (V Kohli 26, AM Rahane 1)
    • Tea: India - 148/3 in 56.0 overs (V Kohli 45, AM Rahane 19)
    • India: 150 runs in 56.3 overs (340 balls), Extras 4
    • 4th Wicket: 50 runs in 123 balls (V Kohli 30, AM Rahane 20, Ex 0)
    • V Kohli: 50 off 108 balls (5 x 4)
    • India: 200 runs in 71.3 overs (431 balls), Extras 5
    • 4th Wicket: 100 runs in 214 balls (V Kohli 57, AM Rahane 42, Ex 1)
    • Drinks: India - 201/3 in 72.0 overs (V Kohli 74, AM Rahane 42)
    • AM Rahane: 50 off 123 balls (6 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • New ball taken at 80.1 overs
    • India: 250 runs in 84.1 overs (507 balls), Extras 5
    • 4th Wicket: 150 runs in 290 balls (V Kohli 82, AM Rahane 70, Ex 1)
    • V Kohli: 100 off 184 balls (10 x 4)
    • End Of Day: India - 267/3 in 90.0 overs (V Kohli 103, AM Rahane 79)
    • India: 300 runs in 98.1 overs (591 balls), Extras 5
    • 4th Wicket: 200 runs in 374 balls (V Kohli 104, AM Rahane 95, Ex 1)
    • AM Rahane: 100 off 210 balls (11 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • Drinks: India - 313/3 in 104.0 overs (V Kohli 125, AM Rahane 103)
    • India: 350 runs in 112.6 overs (680 balls), Extras 5
    • 4th Wicket: 250 runs in 463 balls (V Kohli 128, AM Rahane 121, Ex 1)
    • Lunch: India - 358/3 in 117.0 overs (V Kohli 149, AM Rahane 124)
    • V Kohli: 150 off 273 balls (15 x 4)
    • India: 400 runs in 127.4 overs (768 balls), Extras 5
    • 4th Wicket: 300 runs in 551 balls (V Kohli 154, AM Rahane 145, Ex 1)
    • AM Rahane: 150 off 300 balls (14 x 4, 4 x 6)
    • Drinks: India - 424/3 in 133.0 overs (V Kohli 185, AM Rahane 154)
    • V Kohli: 200 off 347 balls (18 x 4)
    • India: 450 runs in 143.5 overs (865 balls), Extras 7
    • 4th Wicket: 350 runs in 648 balls (V Kohli 188, AM Rahane 160, Ex 3)
    • Tea: India - 456/3 in 147.0 overs (V Kohli 207, AM Rahane 161)
    • India: 500 runs in 156.4 overs (942 balls), Extras 9
    • Drinks: India - 530/5 in 164.0 overs (RG Sharma 32, RA Jadeja 9)
    • India: 550 runs in 168.4 overs (1014 balls), Extras 10
    • RG Sharma: 50 off 62 balls (3 x 4, 2 x 6)
    • 6th Wicket: 50 runs in 58 balls (RG Sharma 34, RA Jadeja 17, Ex 1)
    • New Zealand 1st innings
    • Miscellaneous Penalties: 5 Runs
    • Penalty of five runs for running on the pitch which will be added to New Zealand's tally
    • End Of Day: New Zealand - 28/0 in 9.0 overs (MJ Guptill 17, TWM Latham 6)
    • New Zealand: 50 runs in 19.5 overs (119 balls), Extras 0
    • 1st Wicket: 50 runs in 119 balls (MJ Guptill 32, TWM Latham 18, Ex 0)
    • Drinks: New Zealand - 56/0 in 22.0 overs (MJ Guptill 32, TWM Latham 18)
    • MJ Guptill: 50 off 86 balls (7 x 4, 2 x 6)
    • New Zealand: 100 runs in 29.6 overs (180 balls), Extras 1
    • 1st Wicket: 100 runs in 180 balls (MJ Guptill 55, TWM Latham 45, Ex 1)
    • TWM Latham: 50 off 95 balls (7 x 4)
    • Lunch: New Zealand - 125/1 in 39.0 overs (MJ Guptill 59, KS Williamson 3)
    • New Zealand: 150 runs in 50.5 overs (305 balls), Extras 10
    • Drinks: New Zealand - 159/5 in 52.0 overs (JDS Neesham 7, BJ Watling 4)
    • 6th Wicket: 50 runs in 85 balls (JDS Neesham 28, BJ Watling 23, Ex 2)
    • New Zealand: 200 runs in 65.4 overs (394 balls), Extras 12
    • Tea: New Zealand - 216/6 in 68.0 overs (JDS Neesham 37, MJ Santner 6)
    • JDS Neesham: 50 off 85 balls (9 x 4)
    • 7th Wicket: 50 runs in 93 balls (JDS Neesham 30, MJ Santner 20, Ex 0)
    • New Zealand: 250 runs in 80.6 overs (486 balls), Extras 12
    • New ball taken at 82.1 overs
    • Drinks: New Zealand - 275/7 in 86.0 overs (JDS Neesham 71, JS Patel 9)
    • Innings Break: New Zealand - 299/10 in 90.2 overs (MJ Henry 15)
    • Miscellaneous Penalties: 5 Runs
    • India 2nd innings
    • End Of Day: India - 18/0 in 6.0 overs (M Vijay 11, CA Pujara 1)
    • G Gambhir (2) retired hurt on 6* from 11/0 to 34/1
    • India: 50 runs in 17.4 overs (106 balls), Extras 1
    • Drinks: India - 58/1 in 20.0 overs (G Gambhir 19, CA Pujara 19)
    • 2nd Wicket: 50 runs in 63 balls (G Gambhir 31, CA Pujara 20, Ex 1)
    • India: 100 runs in 26.6 overs (162 balls), Extras 2
    • G Gambhir: 50 off 54 balls (6 x 4)
    • CA Pujara: 50 off 96 balls (3 x 4)
    • Lunch: India - 127/2 in 34.0 overs (CA Pujara 50, V Kohli 2)
    • India: 150 runs in 38.4 overs (232 balls), Extras 6
    • India: 200 runs in 46.4 overs (280 balls), Extras 6
    • Drinks: India - 208/3 in 48.0 overs (CA Pujara 94, AM Rahane 22)
    • 4th Wicket: 50 runs in 48 balls (CA Pujara 28, AM Rahane 22, Ex 0)
    • CA Pujara: 100 off 147 balls (9 x 4)
    • New Zealand 2nd innings
    • Tea: New Zealand - 38/1 in 9.0 overs (MJ Guptill 8, KS Williamson 23)
    • New Zealand: 50 runs in 12.3 overs (75 balls), Extras 1
    • New Zealand: 100 runs in 21.4 overs (130 balls), Extras 2
    • Drinks: New Zealand - 117/6 in 28.0 overs (BJ Watling 6, MJ Santner 0)
    • New Zealand: 150 runs in 43.6 overs (265 balls), Extras 3
 
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Hours of play (local time) 09.30 start, Lunch 11.30-12.10, Tea 14.10-14.30, Close 16.30

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Agarkar: New Zealand approach made Ashwin's job easier
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R Ashwin starred with career-best figures in India's thumping win over New Zealand in Indore (01:42) | October 11, 2016

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