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India defeated New Zealand by 35 runs in the final one-day match played at Wellington and won the five-match series 4-1. With this win, India has become the only third country in the world to play cricket, which has given New Zealand a big defeat in the bilateral series on their own. Prior to India, Australia defeated New Zealand 4-1 in the home bilateral ODI series in 1999. A year later, in 2000, Sri Lanka defeated New Zealand 4-1 in the bilateral ODI series played on their soil.

In the first Test being played between the West Indies and England, Kemar Roach ended the overwhelming 77 runs in England's first innings in a row. After this, the West Indies scored 127 runs for six wickets in the second innings until the second day's play was over. The West Indies now has a total of 339 runs. In the second day's game, bowlers dominated, in which 18 wickets fell.

England's team was dismissed in 30.2 overs in response to the 289-run first innings lead of the hosts. Roach took five wickets for 17 runs in 11 overs. Captain Jason Holder and Aljari Joseph got two wickets each. England had left the experienced Stuart Broad in this match and included Sam Quarean in the last eleven which proved to be a wrong decision.

England's score was 30 runs on a wicket till lunch, after which Roach began to wreak havoc. Ben Stokes was dismissed by Roach in the same style, while Moin Ali returned with a catch to Joseph at fine leg.

England lost five wickets in five runs. Although the Holder called England to play the second innings instead of Falow Holders did not want their team to come for banting in the fourth innings.

London: Virat Kohli's team India came under the firing line after a disastrous second day test defeat in lord's England. After such a defeat Captain Virat Kohli came forward and asked for the support from the viewers.

According to the sources, the Indian team had faced criticism back home after losing two test and going down 2-0 in the series. In a post on his official facebook account.

The 29-year old said that his team will continue to learn from their mistakes. “Sometimes we win and other times we learn. You never give up on us and we promise to never give up on you either. Onwards and upwards,” he wrote.

Team India failed to deliver from bat in both the innings, losing the first one at Edgbaston by 39 runs and the second one at lord's by 159 runs.

The captain's dip in for led him being slipping to second position in the ICC test series after Steve Smith. Following the innings and 159 runs loss at the lords ,the skipper Virat admitted that the team combination was a bit off on the field.

The third Test starts this Saturday in Nottingham, following which the Indian team for the remaining two matches would be named.

Mumbai: Former Indian Cricket captain Ajit Wadeka, who led the team to path breaking test wins in England and the West Indies, passed away on Thursday morning after a prolonged illness.

According to the sources,He was 77 and was survivied by his wife Rekha nad two sons. On Thursday morning , he was brought to the Mumbai's Jaslok hospital, where he was declared dead on arrival.

According to his family members, his last rituals to be performed on Friday.

Wadekar scored 2,113 runs in his Test career, including one hundred, and was also the country's first ODI captain. He appeared in just two matches, though.

President Kovind and PM Modi including many famous personalities pen down on twitter.

PM Modi said that Wadekar will be rememberd for his rich contribution:

London: As Virat Kohli and co visited the Indian High Commision in London ahead of the second Test against England at Lorrd's, the team India captain alsO bumped into path of former Pakistan cricketer Azhar Mahmood.

The 43 year old posted a pic with Kohli on twitter and added a funny caption"Good to see you as always. An inspirational to the youngsters and & elders like me @imVkohli all the best brother,”.

Pakistan crickter Azahar Mahmood trolls himself on Twitter, with his post and showed his funny side.


Mahmood is currently the bowling coach of Pakistan cricket team,Play was called off for the day without a ball being bowled in the second cricket Test match between England and India at Lord's on Thursday.