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Although New Zealand faltered in all departments of their game in the Tests against South Africa, it was their trepid batting that let them down in a big way. Scores of 47, 275, 121 and 211 won’t win you matches unless you have an extraordinary bowling line up, which the Kiwis do not possess.

In a shocking development, New Zealand Cricket has sacked Ross Taylor from Captaincy. Worse is that Ross Taylor has decided to skip New Zealand’s upcoming tour of South Africa! The New Zealand Cricket Board has named Brendon McCullum as the new Captain in all the three formats of the game.

Even the Englishmen shocked India with their spinners at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, in a neighbouring country a spirited New Zealand got the better of an underperforming Sri Lankans at the P Sara Oval in Colombo.

New Zealand are six wickets away from defeating Sri Lanka in the Second and Final Test at the P Sara Oval in Colombo. Needing 363 to win, Sri Lanka slipped to a disastrous 47 for 4 inside 16 overs before stumps on Day 4.

New Zealand have gained the initiative in the Second and Final Test at the P Sara Oval in Colombo by stumps on the second day. The tourists have reduced Sri Lanka to 43 for 3 in 17 overs...

An unbeaten partnership between Kane Williamson and Skipper Ross Taylor has placed New Zealand in an impressive position of 223 for 2 in the opening day’s play of the second and final Test at the P Sara Oval in Colombo.

After a disappointing rain-affected ODI Series, Sri Lanka and New Zealand will clash against each other in whites with the First Test beginning in the Fort City of Galle on Saturday.

Sri Lanka were declared winners by 14 runs in their rain-affected Second ODI against New Zealand which was shifted from Colombo to Pallekele.

West Indies overcame New Zealand through a Super Over win to keep their hopes of making it to the Semis alive! It was a thrilling tie at Pallekele for the second time in this tournament with once again New Zealand at the wrong end of a Super Over.