Black Caps coach Gary Stead acknowledges the best efforts of his bowlers to pressure the Indian team in their first Test match.
The Black Caps tasted a sweet home victory after winning against the Men in Blue at the Basin Reserve in Wellington. With the Indians being all-out for 165 and 191 in two innings of their Test match, the Men in Blue yet again suffered from a ten-wicket loss.
New Zealand coach Gary Stead, of course, was proud of how their team had well dominated the game by putting pressure on the Indian team. He also stated that he was shocked to see India’s surrender in the first Test match. However, the whole Kiwi team is expecting the Indians to have a strong comeback for their upcoming match in Christchurch.
Stead also proudly stated that the New Zealand team has remained unbeaten at home for Test matches. In an interview, he stated, ‘We want teams to believe that it is as tough in New Zealand as it is playing anywhere else in the world. That’s a pride thing’.
After attaining a great win, the Kiwis aim to maintain their record of being unbeaten at home even after the upcoming Test match where they believe the Men in Blue will come off stronger.
The next match between the two teams will take place on February 29 where the odds are -108.7 for the home team and -107.53 for the visiting team. For more reliable cricket odds, visit Betwala.
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