India vs New Zealand, 2nd Test, Day 4: McCullum, Neesham extend lead; score 512/6
New Zealand are at 512 for six in their second innings of the second Test.
Brendon McCullum crossed the 250-run mark © Getty Images
Feb 17, 2014
New Zealand are at 512 for six after 176 overs on Day Four of the second Test against India in Wellington on February 17, 2014. Brendon McCullum is batting on 260 and James Neesham is on 32. New Zealand lead India by 267 runs in their second innings.
BJ Watling was the only wicket to fall in the day. He was out LBW for 124 off 367 deliveries by Mohammed Shami after tea. McCullum and Watling shared a 352-run stand for the sixth wicket. This was the highest partnership for the sixth-wicket in Test history.
McCullum and Neesham have now added 66 runs for the seventh wicket. McCullum has scored double centuries in consecutive Tests against India.
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