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Defeats for Indian cricketers

10 defeats and the fourth consecutive loss in cricket series abroad may be not enough for bringing about a change in the Indian cricketing team. The Indian cricket team lost the test match series 0-1 in New Zealand after the second test match at Wellington ended in a draw yesterday on February 18th. Mahendra Singh Dhoni this time called upon the lack of a fifth bowler as a crucial reason for having lost the advantage of winning the second test when faced against the might of the New Zealand cricketers. He had nothing to talk but of the score of 192 being the only blotch on the Kiwis reputation throughout second the test match. It was Brendon McCullum’s mammoth 302 that forced India to trade for a draw in a match they had been calling the cards for ever since the first ball. BJ Watling contributed the fightback along with the Black caps captain in a world record partnership of 352 runs for the sixth wicket. Neesham also scored a remarkable century on his debut for New Zealand. The only face saving effort for India came by virtue of the century scored by Kohli in their second innings.

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