India's Ojha takes five wickets as NZ posts 365 runs
Left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha took his third five-wicket haul as New Zealand were bowled out for 365 in their first innings on the second day of the second and final test against India on Saturday.
The visitors, who opted to bat first after winning the toss, had added just 37 runs to their overnight score of 328 for six before India wrapped up the innings 45 minutes into the morning session.
The first wicket to fall came when Suresh Raina took a diving catch at second slip off paceman Zaheer Khan to end an entertaining knock from wicketkeeper Kruger van Wyk for 71.
Van Wyk added 99 for the seventh wicket with Doug Bracewell, who was unlucky to be run out for 43 when the ball burst through Zaheer's hand to hit the stumps at the non-striker's end with the batsman short of his crease.
The partnership helped New Zealand get past the 350-run mark, an improvement after they made 159 and 164 in their two innings in losing the opening test in Hyderabad by an innings and 115 runs.
Ojha, who had taken four wickets on Friday, polished off the New Zealand innings by dismissing Tim Southee leg before for 14.– Reuters. .