Dec 7, 2013
An unbeaten double ton by Darren Bravo took West Indies to 443 for six at the end of Day Four of the first Test match against New Zealand at Dunedin on Friday.
After being bowled out for 213 and being asked to follow-on by the hosts, West Indies staged a remarkable comeback to take a 47-run lead on the penultimate day of the match.
Narsingh Deonarine and Darren Sammy provided Bravo good support at the other end.
New Zealand 609 for 9 decl. trail West Indies 213 for 9 and and 443 for 6 (Darren Bravo 210*, Kirk Edwards 59) by 47 runs.
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