India retained their second position in the ICC Test team rankings following a draw in the second and final Test against New Zealand, which won the series 1-0.
Virat Kohli hit his sixth ton as India drew the second Test against New Zealand on the fifth day at the Basin Reserve in Wellington, New Zealand win the two-Test series 1-0.
McCullum (281*) and Neesham (67*) put up a 125-run stand off 172 balls to take New Zealand second innings lead the 325-run on the fourth day of the second Test against India at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Monday.
McCullum and Watling put up an unbeaten 158-run stand to take New Zealand second innings score to 252/5 at stumps on the third day of the second Test against India at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Sunday.
New Zealand were 24/1 in their second innings, trailing India's first innings score by 222 runs, at stumps on the second day of the second Test at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Saturday.
Boult trapped Pujara plumb in front of the wicket soon after Dhawan hit his maiden Test half-century off 71 balls on the first day of the second Test in Wellington. India were 100 for 2 at stump, trail by 92-runs.
The visitors have an onerous task of regrouping its tumultuous self ahead of the second Test starting on Friday after a shattering defeat in the first game.
Zealand cricketers Jesse Ryder and Doug Bracewell, who were fined for their 'drunken night-out' hours before the first Test against India,
Spirited performance by New Zealand overshadowed a valiant show as hosts beat India by 40 runs to win the first Test match at Eden Park and lead the 2-match series 1-0.
India face a daunting task of scoring 407 runs to win the first cricket Test against New Zealand, who suffered a dramatic batting collapse in the second innings to be skittled out for 105 and left the topsy-turvy match wide open, on Saturday.