The drift of R Ashwin and reverse swing of Mohammed Shami accounted for the three New Zealand wickets that were left standing on the third day in Kolkata and gave India a lead of 112 run
Kraigg Brathwaite and nightwatchman Devendra Bishoo frustrated India on a docile track for 16 overs before Amit Mishra and Mohammed Shami gave India two wickets in the morning session
Starting the fifth day needing six wickets to win the Kanpur Test, India achieved half that objective in a third of the time thanks to a burst of reverse-swing bowling from Mohammed Shami
Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin took nine wickets between them as India bowled New Zealand out for 262 before building a commanding lead by stumps on day three
Oct 1 (Gracenote) - Scoreboard at stumps on the second day in the second Test between India and New Zealand on Saturday in Kolkata, India India 1st innings (Overnight: 239-7) S. Dhawan b Henry 1 M. Vijay c Watling b Henry 9 C. Pujar...