New Zealand took a first innings lead in the second Test against thanks largely to Tim Southee's six-wicket haul on day three. Speaking about his exploits, the right arm fast bowler credited the wind for the assist.
"I play a lot here, and it's always nice because it's one of the few grounds in the world where the wind actually assists a right-arm outswing bowler," Southee said. "It was nice to pick up wickets, but it's just good to contribute to the bowling performance. Bowling second on that pitch and taking a 55-run lead into the second innings just shows how well we did as a bowling group.
"Matt Henry didn't get a wicket but I think he bowled exceptionally well throughout - most of it was into the wind. He did a great job and deserves a lot more credit than his figures show."
The Indian Women's cricket team defeated Thailand by 9 wickets in Bangkok on Sunday. Opting to bat first, the hosts could muster up just 69 runs in their 20 overs with Ratanaporn Pandunglerd making the highest score of 20.
In reply, India knocked off the runs inside the 12th over, at the loss of one wicket.