2nd Test: India all out for 316, three down for NZ
Kolkata: New Zealand Cricket team faced a disastrous start as Indian pacers cuts early eyes removing three New Zealand Cricket team batsmen leaving it to struggle at 49/3 at lunch in the second day of second Test of the three-match series at the Eden Gardens here on Saturday. India also got all out at a score of 316 runs.
New Zealand had to bat for half an hour before lunch and Indians left no stone unturned before going for a meal on a high note. NZ batsman Martin Guptil's upsetting form continued in Tests when Bhuvneshwar Kumar dismissed him at a score of 13 runs while other Kiwi opener Tom Latham was given leg before to Mohd. Shami. Bhuvi sent Nicholls (1) back to pavilion.
Resuming the Day 2, the last four wickets added 116 runs for India. It was Saha's gutsy performance which helped India cross the 300 run barrier. In his unbeaten knock of 54 runs, Saha had hit two sixes while managed to find the ropes seven times in 85 balls. Others including Jadeja (14), Bhuvneshwar (5) and Shami (14) also helped India to reach respectable total.
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