Steven Smith has been charged with dissent over the same incident that saw fast bowler Josh Hazlewood fined 15% of his match fee on day four in Christchurch
Stats highlights from the final day of the Christchurch Test between Australia and New Zealand, where the visitors wrapped up a 2-0 series win
Brendon McCullum's positive approach and unburdened spirit were on show in his final Test; it is something he adopted late in his career, and what he'd like to be remembered for
Jackson Bird completed the first five-wicket haul of his Test career on the fourth day at Hagley Oval; he thought the opportunity might never come
Josh Hazlewood has pleaded guilty to breaching the ICC's Code of Conduct after showing dissent at the result of a decision review during New Zealand's second innings
James Pattinson summoned a frightening spell that cut deep into New Zealand's batting and helped bring about the end of Brendon McCullum's storied international career
James Pattinson copped a "rocket" from coach Darren Lehmann for his costly no-ball transgression on the first day in Christchurch, but bounced back to snare three important wickets on day three
Given the poignancy surrounding the fifth anniversary of the devastating 2011 Christchurch earthquake, a day of conventional Test cricket seemed fitting
Centuries from Steven Smith and Joe Burns underlined a dominant day for Australia on the second day of the Christchurch Test
Steven Smith went on to score his 14th Test ton, despite receiving a blow on his helmet prior to tea, a break that helped "let the shock settle"
Stats highlights from the second day of the second Test between Australia and New Zealand at Hagley Oval in Christchurch
A consistent Joe Burns has always been overshadowed in Australia's power-packed batting line-up and he needed a century like the one in Christchurch to confirm his credentials
Brendon McCullum blasted into history with the fastest Test hundred of them all to leave Australia speechless and grant New Zealand a first-innings foothold on an unforgettable first afternoon at Hagley Oval
For a batsman whose Test hundreds had got incrementally faster and faster, there was a sense of inevitability to Brendon McCullum's 54-ball century in Christchurch
Stats highlights from the first day of the Christchurch Test between Australia and New Zealand, where Brendon McCullum smashed the fastest Test century
Nathan Lyon backed James Pattinson, who, on the umpire's review, had overstepped when Brendon McCullum was caught brilliantly by Mitchell Marsh on 39
Brendon McCullum has blasted the fastest century in Test history, a 54-ball effort that broke the record jointly held by Viv Richards and Misbah-ul-Haq
He was able to free himself of the pressure of looking in the rear-view mirror and instead set about building an expressive, audacious team
Brendon McCullum smashed the fastest Test hundred on the first day of his farewell Test. Here are some of the best reactions on Twitter
Hagley Oval is a permanent reminder of the earthquake that devastated Christchurch in 2011, but such reminders will only be intensified over the course of the upcoming Test between New Zealand and Australia
John Hastings has said that the dressing room environment under Australia's current captain Steven Smith is more relaxed than it was under Michael Clarke; that seems to be helping the team on the field even as it bids for the top ranking
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson talks about his long association with Brendon McCullum, whose leadership helped New Zealand cricket grow
No. of home Tests lost by NZ under McCullum, before this series in 12 Tests. They lost both the Tests and also lost the first home series under him.
No. of times NZ set a higher target than 201 against Aus in NZ. They had set 210 in Hamilton in 1999-00 which Aus won by 6 wkts.
No. of NZ batsmen who reached 4000 Test runs in fewer innings and at a younger age than Kane Williamson. He did it in 89 inns at age of 25 years, 199 days.
No. of runs by McCullum in his final Test - most by any captain. Karl Nunes had made 158 runs (66 & 92) in his last Test as captain for WI v Eng, Kingston, 1930.
No. of catches taken by fielders in the first 2 inns - most in any Test. There were 16 catches in the first 2 inns in NZ v Ind, Hyderabad, 1988-89.
Previous highest individual score by an Aus opener in NZ - 159 by Ian Redpath, Auckland, 1973-74. Joe Burns has gone past that score.
Run rate in the 179-run stand between McCullum and Anderson - highest in a stand of 150 or more in Tests (where balls known).
No. of balls required by McCullum to bring up his 100 in this match - fastest in Test cricket history. Prev fastest: 56 balls by V Richards & Misbah.
McCullum's score in his only previous Test inns at Hagley Oval in Christchurch - 195 off 134 (with 11 sixes) vs SL, 2014-15.
No. of previous Tests at Hagley oval in Christchurch, before this. SL had chose to field first in that Test as well and NZ won by 8 wks then scoring 441 in 1st inns.