IND vs NZ day three of 2nd Test today, will New Zealand beat India

The second Test of the series between India and New Zealand has been held at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Today is the third day of the match. By the end of the second day's play, Team India was in a very strong position. India were 69 for no wicket in the second innings and India were 332.

India was bowled out for 325 in their first innings on the second day. In reply, the entire Kiwis were also on just 62 runs. Ravichandran Ashwin took four wickets, Mohammad Siraj 3 and Akshar Patel 2. Jayant Yadav also had a breakthrough. India had a lead of 263 runs in the first innings.

India did not allow the visiting team to play follow-on. Injured Shubman Gill has not opened in the second innings and Cheteshwar Pujara along with Mayank Agarwal came out for the opening. India were 69 for no loss at stumps on the second day. Pujara (29) and Mayank (38) are unbeaten.

Former Kiwi bowler Ajaz Patel created history to clinch all 10 wickets for India. Mayank Agarwal was the highest scorer for India with 150 runs. Not only that, the first day's play was initially disrupted due to rain but after that 70 overs were possible due to the grace of the weather.

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