Disappointing to lose, but plenty of positives – Hesson
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has said his side should be proud of the fact that they managed to put pressure on India, despite losing an evenly matched Bangalore Test by five wickets. After losing the first Test in Hyderabad by an innings, they fancied their chances of squaring the series in Bangalore by setting a target of 261. India stuttered, but got over the line on the fourth day after being reduced to 166 for 5.
“I think we have made huge progress in this Test. The score we operated with in the first innings (365) was more than competitive,” Hesson said. “To get a first-innings lead…
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