New Zealand 146 for five at lunch on fourth dayMarch 21st, 2009 - 7:43 am ICT by IANS
Hamilton, March 21 (IANS) India inched towards victory in the first cricket Test as New Zealand, resuming at 75 for three, lost two more wickets to go to lunch at 146 for five on the fourth day here at Seddon Park Saturday.
New Zealand, who trailed by 241 runs on the first innings, still need 95 runs to make India bat again. Daniel Flynn (62) and James Franklin (7) were at the crease at the break. Munaf Patel and Harbhajan claimed two wicket each while Zaheer one.
Ross Taylor (4) was the first to go this morning, caught by Sehwag slashing Munaf Patel for 4 and then Jesse Ryder was leg before to Harbhajan for a quickfire 21.