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 New Zealand v. India - 2nd Test - Basin Reserve - 14/02/2014
Statistical Highlights
Ishant Sharma took 6/51 in the first innings of the match, which was his best bowling performance, the fifth time that he has taken five wickets or more in an innings, second against New Zealand, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and he has now taken 164 wickets at an average of 36.56. See Players Taking 100 Career Wickets. It was the second best bowling performance by an Indian player at Basin Reserve. See Players Taking 5 Wickets in an Innings at Basin Reserve - (Test Cricket) . The highest percentage of dismissals (37.82%) are taken in the middle order (4-7). See Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken by Batting Order.
 
Ajinkya Rahane scored 118 runs from 158 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his maiden century, and he has now scored 379 runs at an average of 47.38. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds. He is the fifth Indian player to score a century at Basin Reserve. See Players Scoring Centuries at Basin Reserve- (Test Cricket) .
 
New Zealand drew the match against India, and have now won 8, lost 5, and drawn 10 of the 23 matches played against India in New Zealand, see New Zealand v India, and won 4, and lost 1 of the 7 matches played against India at Basin Reserve. New Zealand v India at Basin Reserve. New Zealand have won 5, lost 2, and drawn 2 of the 9 series played against India in New Zealand. See Test Series for New Zealand Versus India at Home . New Zealand scored 8/680 declared in its second innings, which was its highest score, and also the highest score of any country in its second innings. See Sides Scoring 600 in an Innings . During New Zealand's second innings, a new sixth wicket partnership record of 352, was set by B B McCullum and B J Watling. See Match Partnership Records (Test Cricket) for New Zealand. It also established a world record Test partnership record for the sixth wicket, see Match Partnership Records (Test Cricket) for All Countries, and a sixth wicket partnership record for Basin Reserve. See Ground Partnership Records (Test Cricket) at Basin Reserve.
 
Virat Kohli scored 105 not out from 135 balls in the second innings of the match, which was his sixth century, second against New Zealand, and he has now scored 1,721 runs at an average of 46.51. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds. He is the sixth Indian player to score a century at Basin Reserve. See Players Scoring Centuries at Basin Reserve- (Test Cricket) .
 
Brendon McCullum scored 302 runs from 559 balls in the second innings of the match, which was his first triple century, and the first by a New Zealand player. see Players Scoring Test 300's, and it was the second highest score in the third innings of a match, Highest Scores in 3rd Innings of the Match. Also, it was the second highest score in the 2014 calendar year, see Players with Highest Individual Innings in 2014, the third highest score in the number five batting position. See Highest Scores in Each Batting Position. and his innings was the fourth highest score against India, see Best Batting Performances Versus India. His series aggregate of 535 runs (average 133.75) was the fourth highest in a 2 Test series, see Players Scoring Most Runs in a Series with 2 Tests, and he has now scored 5,219 runs, at an average of 38.09. See Players Scoring 5000 Career Runs. He won his fourth Man of the Match award, and second in successive matches. See Man of Match Awards.
 
Bradley-John Watling scored 124 runs from 367 balls in the second innings of the match, which was his third century, first against India, and he has now scored 1,092 runs at an average of 35.23. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds. He has scored all of his three centuries when playing as wicket keeper, see Wicket Keepers Scoring a Century, and he is averaging 43.89 when playing as wicket keeper compared to 21.50 when not keeping. See Comparisons of batting performances playing as Wicket Keeper and Not Keeper.
 
Zaheer Khan took 5/170 in the second innings of the match, which was the eleventh time that he has taken five wickets or more in an innings, fourth against New Zealand, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds and he has now taken 311 wickets at an average of 32.95. See Players Taking Most Wickets for India Graph. He has taken eight of his eleven five wickets or more in an innings hauls when playing away from home, see Analysis of Performances at Home and Away , and of the bowlers who have taken 300 wickets or more, he has the highest percentage (45%) of dismissals of batsmen batting number 1-3 in the batting order. See Players Taking 300 Career Wickets.

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