Trent Boult is a key player for New Zealand © Getty Images
Trent Boult is a key player for New Zealand © Getty Images (File Photo)


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.


Brief scores:

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.