India vs NZ Cricket 2nd Test Day 3: Kohli hit Century and Ashwin gives the advantage 02/09/2012
"Virat Kohli" "India vs New Zealand" "cricket" "Cricket Highlights" "Live score" "Bangalore Test" "Live updates" "Ind vs NZ" "Day 3" "Dhoni" "Tim Southee" "cricket" "Cricket Highlights" "Ravichandran Ashwin" "McCullum" "Ross Taylor" "Daniel Flynn"" James Franklin" "Kruger van Wyk" Bangalore: 14 wickets fell on Day 3 of the second Test match between India and New Zealand courtesy Tim Southee (7/64) and Ravichandran Ashwin (5/69) as New Zealand ended the day on 232/9 with an overall lead of 244 runs. New Zealand (2nd innings) 232/9 (Over: 69.0) | India (1st innings) 353 all out | New Zealand (1st innings) Score: 365 all out Scorecard» I Highlights» I In Pics» | Day 2 Match Report» Ravichandran Ashwin's 5-for turned the tide in India's favour slightly in the final session after New Zealand had taken the advantage early on bundling India for 353 which was 12 runs short of the visitors first innings score of 365. Starting the day 283/5, Kohli (103) reached his century but failed to push on as Southee's early burst with the new ball put India on the back foot. Southee picked up 4 wickets in the morning session to restrict the Indians. New Zealand in their second innings started of aggressively with McCullum clobbering couple of boundaries before lunch. In the second session Umesh Yadav got his line and length right for a brief period of time which resulted in the wicket of dangerous McCullum and Guptill. Ojha then scalped the all important wicket of Ross Taylor just before the <b>...</b>
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