India lost series, Black Caps comfortably sealed series

On Monday in Christchurch, New Zealand ended up making 2-0 series victory over India in the second test.

Black caps were set the target of 132 which was so easily reached by them with out any troubles on day three which lead them to win at Hagley Oval.

India after unconvincing defeat on Sunday they need to begin the day three with good response but they after resuming 90-6 added a less count of just 34 runs.

New Zealand chased down the score in which Tom Latham (52) and Tom Blundell(55) taken great part in winning the series 2-0.

On Monday first wicket caught down was Hanuma Vihari (9) the leg side by BJ Watling off Tim Southee(3-36).

Though Ravindra Jadeja managed to score 16 off just 22 balls India was unable to move towards success.

Southee removed Mohammed Shami (5) as early as Jasprit Bumrah(4) was run out before. Rishab Pant (4) was taken away by Trnet boult (4-28).

Latham and Blundell started batting and initially Indian bowlers created some disturbances but later they both openers were well set which proved a comfortable chase for New Zealand.

Umesh Yadav (1-45) dismissed Latham and Bumrah dismissed Kane Williamson (5) who bowled Blundell leading 2-39 finish. Earlier Ross Taylor and Henry Nicholls score helped out New Zealand in seeking the victory line.