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New Zealand have registered a big win over Sri Lanka

New Zealand has registered a big over Sri Lanka in the first Test at the Hagley Oval ground in Christchurch on Monday. Chasing a low target of 105 runs the New Zealand has scored 107 for two with Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor at the crease and batting. Taylor smashed six boundaries to reach 39 not out and Williamson scored a slow 75-ball 31 not out as the Kiwis registered their fifth Test win in 2014 in a great manner before the cricket world cup 2015. Earlier Tim Southee had New Zealand closed in an early end to the first Test against Sri Lanka Monday with the Sri Lanka all out for 407 in their second innings at lunch on the fourth day. New Zealand need 105 to win after New Zealand bowlers bowled with class to bowl out Sri Lanka


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