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October 20, 2003


India managed to hold on for a draw in the second Test after being forced to follow on. With the first Test at Ahmedabad also ending in a draw, the Kiwis will be pleased to return unbeaten in the series.

But should India be pleased with the result? Or is it a moral victory for New Zealand?



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Sub: NZ Moral victory?

Definitely, YES. They started off as underdogs and ended up having India XI on the mat for most of the second test. Just Laxman and ...


Posted by Madhusudhan





Sub: nz tour ti india

Indded it IS horrifying.Specially people like us who are living in New Zealand. when India toured New zealand last year we were badly thrashed and ...


Posted by asmit rathod





Sub: Unfriendly pitches

As long as we foolish people preparing the pitches and not taking care of home side as other countries do for their sides , we ...


Posted by Dinesh





Sub: No Win !

Considering that india hasnt lost a test on home territory for long the opinion that india dint get to beat the NZ chaps stands out ...


Posted by Anshuman Mehta





Sub: cricket - india newzealand

It is not a moral victory for NewZealand. I think it is a complete victory. It has vindicated the stance on home ground, tailor made ...


Posted by d srinivasan




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