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Jun 17, 2014
West Indies will go into the second day of the second Test match against New Zealand with confidence after bowling out the opposition for a modest total of 221 runs on the board. On a wicket with spongy bounce at Port of Spain, Trinidad, Jerome Taylor, the comeback man went onto take four wickets. Sulieman Benn, the slow left-arm orthodox went onto take three wickets as well. Catch live scores and ball-by-ball commentary of the second day’s play between West Indies and New Zealand
For New Zealand, Tom Latham, the opening batsman went onto score 82 and top-scored for his country. Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor made 40s. But both of them weren’t able to convert it into a big score. New Zealand though, did take the wicket of Chris Gayle playing in his 101st Test match. He was cleaned up by Trent Boult, the left-arm swing bowler. Catch the live blog here.
New Zealand need early wickets on the second day. New Zealand won the first Test match of the series by a huge margin. Now, they are looking to win a Test series in the West Indies only for the second time in their history.
New Zealand 221 (Tom Latham 82, Kane Williamson 42, Ross Taylor 45*; Jerome Taylor 4 for 34, Sulieman Benn 3 for 73) lead West Indies 6 for 1 (Kraigg Brathwaite 5*; Trent Boult 1 for 4) by 215 runs.
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