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India vs New Zealand Cricket 2nd Test : Kohli, Dhoni Steer India to 2-0 Series Win 03/09/2012

"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" Young Virat Kohli and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni held their nerves under pressure with fighting knocks as India survived a few jitters before scripting a comfortable five-wicket win over New Zealand to complete a 2-0 whitewash, here today. Set a target of 261, the Indians were in a spot of bother at 166 for five at one stage with three wickets falling in quick succession before Kohli and skipper MS Dhoni steered the team home at the Chinnaswamy stadium with an entire day to spare. Dhoni smashed a six off spinner Jeetan Patel to finish off the match in style and in the process became the most successful captain by winning 14 Test matches at home, eclipsing Mohammed Azharuddin's record of 13 wins. As the ball sailed over deep mid-wicket, scenes of wild celebrations erupted at the stadium while the Indian players stood at the dressing room to applaud the heroics of Dhoni (48) and Kohli (51), who put on an unbeaten 96-run partnership to guide the team home. New Zealand made an emphatic comeback in the final session picking up wickets of Sachin Tendulkar, Cheteshwar Pujara and Suresh Raina in quick succession, which jolted the Indian dressing room for a brief period. Tendulkar lost his middle stump <b>...</b>
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