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Highlights: NZ v India - 2nd Test, Wellington, 1st day

Action from the opening day's play at the Basin Reserve in Wellington for the second Test between New Zealand and India

ESPNcricinfo staff

February 14, 2014

Posted by myStraightTalk on (February 14, 2014, 17:15 GMT)

I can still bet Ishant is not the good and consistent bowler. Look at his test average before anyone supporting him. I will still support all those Ishant haters. Dont ever ever compare him with Kapil and other good bowlers. Get your facts first.. Remember he got 6 wicket in 1st Test and still india does not win. A good fast bowler should take wicket even when the wicket is not helping them and NZ fast bowler will show Ishant how to do that during the 2nd day when the pitch behave opposite way during the 2nd day.

Posted by myStraightTalk on (February 14, 2014, 16:57 GMT)

McCullum no need to worry as far Dhoni is the captain. India failed to get NZ for around 100 after winning the toss with just 2 good good fast bowler! India gave away extras and failed to restrict them. NZ have to thank Dhoni for giving away runs which will help them to win again. Dhoni introduced Jadeja after Tea and gave NZ runs there by also does not trust the fast bowler. This is an another excellent example of Dhoni's poor captainship.. McCullum just do your normal thing you will win this match also.

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