India toured New Zealand in 2014 for a five-match One-Day International (ODI) series and a two-match Test series. India lost the ODI series 4-0. They managed to avoid defeat only in the third ODI as they tied the match. MS Dhoni won the toss in all the five matches, but not a single victory could be achieved.
In the two-match Test series, India began on a poor note and were chasing the first Test in Auckland right from the beginning. They ended up losing by a close margin of 40 runs.
India were dominant against New Zealand till the first three days of the second Test in Wellington. But a world record 352-run partnership between Brendon McCullum and BJ Watling for the sixth wicket helped New Zealand get to a position of control.
McCullum also became the first New Zealand player to score a triple century in Test cricket. He scored 302 runs in the second innings ensuring New Zealand would not lose the match. In the end, the second Test was drawn and New Zealand won the series 1-0.
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