New Zealand's 7-run triumph against Australia in Hobart on Monday is their narrowest win in terms of runs in Test cricket.
Doug Bracewell starred with a six-wicket performance which meant that a brilliant century from David Warner went in vain. Warner, who was only playing his second Test match carried his bat through the innings. (Also Read: New Zealand clinch Hobart humdinger vs Australia)
Australia had started the day needing 169 runs to win with all 10 wickets in tact but a green pitch that had assisted the bowlers throughout the match proved lethal for the hosts as they handed the Kiwis their first win in Australia for a quarter of a century.