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Feb 24, 2020
3:11PM

New Zealand beat India by 10 wickets in 1st test at Wellington

Tweeted by @BCCI
In cricket, India lost the first Test match against New Zealand by 10 wickets at Basin Reserve in Wellington today. After conceding a huge lead of 183 runs, India were bundled out for a paltry 191 runs in their second innings.

New Zealand scored nine runs required to win the match in just 10 balls to lead the two-match series one-nil. This victory marks the 100th Test win for New Zealand. Earlier, New Zealand were bowled out for 348 runs in their first innings in reply to India's 165 runs. 
 

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