Best performances - Batsmen
Player Of The Match
Hours of play (local time)
NEW ZEALAND 183(48 OVERS)1ST INNINGS AUSTRALIA 562(154.2 OVERS)1ST INNINGS
Commentator: Alagappan Muthu
Adam Voges talks about peaking after 30, his Test average, and his post-retirement future
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Umpire Richard Illingworth was "distraught" when he discovered that he had incorrectly called a no-ball that reprieved Adam Voges on the first day in Wellington, according to match referee Chris Broad
Adam Voges was Australia's last man to fall (finally), but not before he had added 614 runs from the last time he was dismissed in a Test
New Zealand have had to adopt a philosophical approach in this Test as Adam Voges piled up 239 after wrongly being given not out on 7, and that approach will have to extend into day four as they fight to save the match
No. of players who played 100 or more consecutive Tests from debut, before McCullum becoming the first to do so. AB de Villiers comes next with 98 Tests.
Runs added by NZ's last three wickets in this innings. The first seven wickets had added only 97 runs.
Khawaja's average in Tests last year. He scored 504 runs in 5 inns with 3 100s. His scores: 174, 9*, 121, 144 and 56.
Runs scored by Voges since his last dismissal. He has gone past Tendulkar's record of most runs between two dismissals in Tests (497).
No. of 4th wkt stands higher than 168 (between Khawaja & Voges) for Aus v NZ - 184 between Langer & Lehmann, Adelaide, 2004-05.
No. of caught & bowled in Australia's innings - joint-most in a Test inns. It is the third such instance after Eng v Aus, Lord's, 1890 and NZ v Aus, SCG, 1985-86.
First-innings lead for Aus - their highest in a Test in NZ beating the 326-run lead in 2004-05 also in Wellington. It is their 9th highest first-innings lead outside Aus.
No. of batsmen who have scored more 200s than Voges' 2 after the age of 35 or more in Tests - Sangakkara (3 200s). 10 others have scored 2 200s after 35.
Guptill's average against Aus in Tests, before this match. He had scored 224 runs in 14 inns with best of 58 against them.
Last time NZ had a higher opening stand in Tests against Aus, than their 81 in this inns - 111 by Greatbatch & Wright, also in Wellington in 1992-93.
Last time NZ lost a home Test by an innings - to Eng by Innings & 68 runs, also in Wellington.