Brendon McCullum was batting on 281 at stumps on Day Four of the second Test against India © Getty Images
Brendon McCullum was batting on 281 at stumps on Day Four of the second Test against India © Getty Images

 

Feb 18, 2014

 

New Zealand are at 571 for six at stumps on Day Four in their second innings of the second Test against India in Wellington on February 17, 2014. They lead India by 325 runs with Brendon McCullum batting on 281 and James Neesham on 67. BJ Watling scored 124.

 

They started the day at 252 for five. McCullum and Watling went onto break the world record for the highest sixth-wicket stand in Test history. The duo got past the record set by Mahela Jayawardene and Prasanna Jayawardene. The Sri Lankan pair added 351 runs against India at Ahmedabad in 2009.

 

The free live streaming of cricket matches is rapidly becoming a new rage in the online media and is catching up with lot of cricket fans. Catching the free live streaming of cricket matches on the internet, and watching this online is a safe bet if one is not near the television.

 

Sony Six, the official broadcaster of the series, will be carrying the live streaming of Day One of the second Test match. Fans can watch the match live on sonyliv.com.