New Zealand Herald
Tuesday Sep 4, 2012 Being brave in defeat isn't much good for anyone, let alone a side without a win in seven tests. But, in the coming days, the the new Zealand cricket side will look back on their five-wicket loss to India with a measure of pride.
The calm head of India's revered skipper MS Dhoni led home a five-wicket victory late on day four in Bangalore, chasing down 261 to complete a 2-0 test series sweep. Dhoni and first innings century-maker Virat Kohli added an unbroken 96 for the sixth-...
New Zealand came into this series after a miserable time in the Caribbean and were expected to be pummelled by an Indian side that has built up an enviable home record over the past decade. The feeble capitulation in Hyderabad seemed to confirm the...