New Zealand head coach Mike Hesson feels Brendon McCullum's triple century against India was a national achievement, and reckons not much else was going on around the country when he neared the landmark.
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's leadership has been labelled 'obnoxious' and risk-free by former skippers, after India lost the Test series against New Zealand and continued their dire run of form away from home.
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum's spectacular match-saving knock of 302 in the Wellington Test against India helped him jump eight places to a career-best 12th in the latest ICC Player Rankings for Test Batsmen.
The prolific Brendon McCullum topped an illustrious list of New Zealand batsman, after ensuring a series win over India on day five of the second and final Test at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Tuesday.
Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni lauded a job well done by India's seam bowlers, despite the drawn second Test in Wellington, which afforded New Zealand a one-nil series triumph.
@Vic010... All I see is a passionate test cricket supporter of SA and a guy that appreciated what his captain did. He just got a bit emotional that's all ...a 'bit emotional'? He interrupted a private...Have Your Say