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India-New Zealand first Test championship final likely to be a draw At stumps on the fifth day, India were 64 for two. India’s second innings lead was just 32 runs. The Kiwis were bowled out for 249 in the first innings. Mohammad Shami took four wickets.

India won the first session on the fifth day. The Kiwis took three wickets for just 34 runs. First Breakthrough by Shami. Taylor was out for 11 runs.

Shami Impact at the start of the second session as well. Grandma returned home with only 13. Williamson stood firm at the crease as India looked set to play. Kyle Jamieson, who came together, raised the run rate. He also hit the first six of the finals

Ishant Sharma knocked down Williamson just one run short of his half-century. Tim Southee scored 30 runs to lead the Kiwis. Ishant Sharma took three wickets. Jaspreet Bumra could not take a single wicket. India lost the openers in the second innings. Gill (8) and Rohit (30) fell in front of Southee.