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Wagner four seals NZ's win

New Zealand fast bowler Neil Wagner spurred his side to a dramatic 40-run win over India in the first Test match at Eden Park in Auckland. He took 4 for 62 to thwart India's chase.

ESPNcricinfo staff

February 9, 2014

Posted by SunnyD on (February 9, 2014, 15:24 GMT)

Only Dhawan's wicket was impressive

Posted by mazdonal on (February 9, 2014, 10:53 GMT)

Great achievement by Wagner. No Billy Cooper around to greet him with the "Ride of the Valkyries". He must leave no doubt as to his feats or possibility of aspersions being cast on him. He MUST learn to stay within the marked area for delivery of balls. DRS would have negated Dhoni's dismissal. That starts NOW. No more straying out of the crease. Any tendencies or habits can be unlearnt very quickly when so much is at stake.

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