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India 1st inngs: 500 for 5 decl

New Zealand 1st inngs: 340

India 2nd inngs: 209 for 6 decl

New Zealand 2nd inngs:
M Richardson c Chopra b Kumble   21
L Vincent b Kumble               67
D Tuffey b Kumble                 8
S Fleming c Laxman b Harbhajan    8
S Styris lbw b Kumble             0
C McMillan not out               83
J Oram c Dravid b Harbhajan       7
N Astle not out                  51

Extras:(b-4, lb-11, nb-12) 27

Total:(for 6 wkts, in 107 overs) 272

Fall of wkts:1-44, 2-68, 3-85, 4-86,
5-150, 6-169.

Bowling:
Zaheer Khan 10-1-36-0
L. Balaji 11-4-21-0
Harbhajan Singh 38-9-65-2
Anil Kumble 39-12-95-4
Sachin Tendulkar 7-0-40-0
Virender Sehwag 2-2-0-0.
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