Heaping praise on their “outstanding” bowling effort, New Zealand pacer Matt Henry said that the key was to arrest India’s run rate on day one of the second Test at the Eden Gardens.
India’s batting line-up failed to recover from the early blows dealt by New Zealand’s concerted bowling effort and wobbled to 239 for seven on day one of the second Test.
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