Feb 7, 2014
New Zealand were in complete control of the match after a record 224 from skipper Brendon McCullum took them to a mammoth 503 all out in first innings. The pacers then left India struggling at 130 for four when stumps were drawn early due to bad light, IANS reported.
India went into the tea break at 45 for three and then came back to add another 85 runs and lost the wicket of opener Murali Vijay (26) before play was stopped. During a heavily overcast afternoon, Trent Boult and Tim Southee rocked the Indian top order.
Sony Six, the official broadcaster of the series will be carrying the live streaming of the third day of the first Test match. Fans can watch the match live on sonyliv.com.
Also on cricketcountry.com