2nd Test: Brendon McCullum eyes maiden triple century as India go on leather hunt at Basin Reserve

Brendon McCullum remained unbeaten on 281 runs and shared a world record partnership of 352 runs for the sixth wicket with BJ Watling (124), helping New Zealand reach a formidable 571/6 at stumps and take a 325-run lead over India at the Basin Reserve.

updated: February 17, 2014 13:02 IST
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Wellington: India's listless bowlers allowed New Zealand off the hook as the home team rode on skipper Brendon McCullum's monumental double century to continue their remarkable fightback and take a commanding lead on the fourth and penultimate day of the second cricket Test here on Monday. (Highlights)

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