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Team India head coach Ravi Shastri played down all worries regarding the team following the defeat in the first Test against Wellington by 10 wickets

India registered yet another loss in an away Test from a decent position at Wellington. Having been bowled out for the 165, the Indian bowlers fought back hard to have New Zealand at 225

India succumbed to their first loss in the World Test Championship, going down to New Zealand by 10 wickets in the Wellington Test, the first game of a two-match series. Resuming day four at 144 for 4, still trailing by 39 runs, India were bowled out for 191 as man of the match Tim Southee picked up 5 for 61 and Trent Boult 4 for 39.

Hosts New Zealand edged further away from India on Day three of the Wellington Test as the visitors struggled for survival. After 40s from Colin de Grandhomme and Kyle Jamieson, Trent Boult further frustrated the Indians with 38 from 24 as the Kiwis replied with 348 to India’s 165. Ishant Sharma finished with 5 for 68 for India while Ravichandran Ashwin claimed 3 for 99.

Despite having slept for just four hours in the past two days, Ishant Sharma came out and bowled a brilliant spell to give India an outside chance of making a comeback in the Wellington Test against New Zealand. Ishant dismissed Tom Latham (11), Tom Blundell (30) and Ross Taylor (44). However, a captain’s knock of 89 from Kane Williamson kept the Kiwis ahead in the game as they finished day two on 216 for 5.

New Zealand pacer Kyle Jamieson made an impressive Test debut claiming 3 for 38 as India were held to 122 for 5 on day one of the first Test against New Zealand at Wellington on Friday. Only 55 overs of play was possible on the opening day due to rain and the wet outfield. Indian vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane was unbeaten on 38 along with Rishabh Pant (10), who was chosen over Wriddhiman Saha.

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson is not too pleased with the current World Test Championship points system, as per which a winning side can earn a maximum of 120 points irrespective

India skipper Virat Kohli has revealed that he wants to play all three formats of the sport for the next three years, after which he will reassess the workload as he would be approaching his