Result
2nd Test, Hamilton, Mar 27-31 2010, Australia tour of New Zealand
231 & 511/8d
(91.1 ov, target 479)
264 & 302
Australia won by 176 runs
Player Of The Match
Day 5
Mitchell Johnson gained 6 for 73 in the second innings
Johnson grabs 10 to seal series success
1yThe Bulletin by Peter English
Ricky Ponting gets his hands on the Trans-Tasman Trophy
Ponting looks to the Ashes after undefeated summer
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Martin Guptill leaves after a gritty 58
Vettori faces same old problems
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Mitchell Johnson finished the game with 10 wickets
Deserving Johnson earns a rest
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Day 4
Ross Taylor walks off after edging Mitchell Johnson
Greatbatch wants tougher approach from batsmen
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Mitchell Johnson is congratulated by his team-mates after his first wicket
Shades of Akram in record-breaking Johnson
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BJ Watling is annoyed after nicking Mitchell Johnson
Johnson blasts make New Zealand suffer
1yThe Bulletin by Peter English
Doug Bollinger lands on his back after some un-fancy footwork
Doug on the deck, and maybe in the dock
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Day 3
Simon Katich works the ball
Simple Simon knows his limits
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Brent Arnel picked up two wickets after tea
Time running out for Martin
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There were some frustrating times for Daniel Vettori
Australian crawl, and an overturned decision
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Simon Katich delivers a smile and a century
Steely Katich sets up Australia's 300-run advantage
1yThe Bulletin by Peter English
Day 2
Mitchell Johnson led Australia with 4 for 59
Weary Johnson finds some aggression
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Ross Taylor shows his aggressive style
Fortune favours brave Taylor
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Mathew Sinclair couldn't stop Mitchell Johnson's searing yorker
Hauritz caned, and Sinclair's shoelaces
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Ross Taylor brings up New Zealand's fastest century in Tests
Taylor blazes hundred but can't burn off Australia
1yThe Bulletin by Peter English
Day 1
Simon Katich works the ball on the legside
Consistent Katich chases bigger scores
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Daniel Vettori is surrounded after removing Mitchell Johnson
New Zealand's all-round all-star
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Jeetan Patel appeals for Ricky Ponting's run-out
Déjà vu for Ponting and Co
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Daniel Vettori is excited to remove Simon Katich in his 100th Test
Vettori leads New Zealand's strong surge
1yThe Bulletin by Peter English
Others
Michael Clarke breezed to 63
Clarke in line for move to No. 4
1yBrydon Coverdale
Shane Bond bowled a fast and hostile spell
Ponting tells New Zealand how to improve
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Brendon McCullum takes off during his important innings
New Zealand caught short again
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Simon Katich shows his power during his century
Katich and Co deliver for Australia
1yPeter English