India Completely Whitewashed New Zealand by 3-0


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India whitewashed New Zealand by 3-0
India whitewashed New Zealand by 3-0

India won third test by huge 321 runs and series and Whitewashed New Zealand by 3-0.

Ravichandran Ashwin took 6 wickets in first inning , and 7 in second inning, total 13 wickets in last test. He got man of the match award for 13 wickets and man of the series for over all performance. However New Zealand Spinners couldn’t succeeded here.  In last test Captain virat kohli hit his second double ton and Rahane 188 in first inning. In second inning C Pujara made his 8th hundred. In the reply No New Zealand batsman could stay long on the ground. and

In first two  test matches New Zealand did well, but couldn’t draw any of the match. This is India’s second biggest win by runs. Highest win margin for India is  337 runs vs South Africa in Delhi.

India whitewashed New Zealand by 3-0
India whitewashed New Zealand by 3-0


Here is the captain Kohli’s word after the series over.


Virat Kohli: “Absolutely, couldn’t have asked for anything better. The bowlers have responded beautifully every time we’ve been in pressure. Someone has always put up their hand. And that’s the difference, this team is up, we get wickets in bunches, we have that attitude and we do get the results. We made it clear that the bowlers deserve to be in this position and it’s time they express themselves. Don’t hesitate in playing your shots. If you see Pujara hitting a fast bowler back over his head, it is the best example of expressing yourself. This is a proper team series win. It wasn’t just one individual. You can leave Ash aside, he is not to be mentioned in the XI. Jadeja with the bat in the first game, Saha in the second, Rohit with those crucial knocks. We keen his numbers, we discuss his Man of the Series awards after every series. No. 6. No. 7… Credit to him I wish him well.”

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