Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) congratulates the Black Caps on winning the inaugural ICC World Test Championship beating India in a riveting final at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton.
Southampton/UNI: A brilliant performance by pacers and a composed run chase by Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor led New Zealand to historic inaugural World Test Championship title after beating India by 8 wickets on the sixth and final day of the marquee final, here on Wednesday.
Southampton: Rishabh Pant is holding the fort by scoring unbeaten 28 runs and Ravindra Jadeja is giving him a strong company at the other end as India is struggling at 130 for the loss of five wickets at lunch on the sixth day of the World Test Championship final here on Wednesday.
Southampton: Devon Conway (54) and Tom Latham (30) added 70 runs in the first wicket partnership as New Zealand added 101 runs for the loss of two wickets at the end of the third day of the World Test Championship against India here on Sunday.
Southampton: New Zealand bowlers helped the side bounce back against India on third day of the World Test Championship final as Virat Kohli and his men lost four quick wickets to struggle at 211 runs for the loss of seven wickets at lunch here on Sunday.
Southampton/UNI: India were 146 for 3 when bad light forced to stop the proceedings of the second day of the World Test Championship final against New Zealand, here on Saturday.
Southampton/UNI: New Zealand captain Kane Williamson won the toss and opted to bowl first against India on Day 2 of the World Test Championship final at the Ageas Bowl, here on Saturday.
Southampton: Shubman Gill was named in final Indian squad that will play against New Zealand in the first World Test Championship here on Friday.
Southampton/UNI: India on Tuesday announced their 15-member squad for the World Test Championship final against New Zealand, starting here on June 18.
Dubai: India remain in contention to make the final of the ICC World Test Championship after completing an an impressive victory over England in the second Test to draw level in the four-match series.