Neil Wagner believes New Zealand can beat West Indies in second Test

Neil Wagner made his debut for New Zealand in the first Test against West Indies at Antigua Getty Images

By CricketCountry Staff

Kingston: Aug 1, 2012

Neil Wagner believes that New Zealand have still are good enough to level the two-match Test series against West Indies.

“We’ve got to go out fighting in the last test and try to draw the series. Obviously it’s tough work but we’ve got to be real aggressive but also patient in other areas,” said Wagner.

Wagner, who made his debut for New Zealand in the first Test, believed dropping Gayle was the turning point of the match.

“We dropped Gayle at a crucial moment, we also had a chance against Powell, if we had got those guys early it might have been a different game,” Wagner was quoted as saying by The New Zealand Herald

New Zealand were defeated by nine wickets in the first Test against West Indies at Antigua