Kolkata [India], Oct.01 (ANI
): Indian seamers utilised the conditions efficiently as they reduced New Zealand to 21 for two at lunch after being bundled out for 316
on day two of the second Test
at Eden Gardens
Henry Nicholls and stand-in skipper Ross Taylor were at the crease on 1 and 2, respectively.
Replying to India's first innings total, New Zealand
openers struggled against the Indian seamers on a pitch offering seam movement and invariable bounce.
Mohammed Shami trapped Tom Latham lbw for 1 while Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowled out Martin Guptill for 13.
Earlier in the day, India
resumed at their overnight total of 239 for seven and added 77 more runs with Wriddhiman Saha scoring an unbeaten 54.
Cheteshwar Pujara was the top scorer with 87 while Ajinkya Rahane made 77 for the hosts. (ANI