In the second test match, India won the second test match with New Zealand by 372 runs due to great performance in batting and bowling. After winning this test match, India won the test series against New Zealand by (1-0).
Earlier India won the toss and chose to bat first and made a great score of 325/10 in the first inning. Mayank Agarwal 150 (311), Axar Patel 52 (128), and Shubhan Gill 44 (71) were batting well from the Indian side. In the first inning, Ajaz Patel 10/119 (47.5) took all the 10 wickets against India that is a great performance by this New Zealand bowler. He is the first New Zealand bowler in the test cricket who takes 10 wickets in an inning. Ajaz Patel is the third bowler in the test match who takes 10 wickets in an inning. Previously Anil Kumble and Jim Laker took 10 wickets in an inning of the test match.
In the first inning, New Zealand was all out at 62 runs due to great bowling by Ravichandran Ashwin 4/8 (8), Mohammad Siraj 3/19 (4), Axar Patel 2/14 (9.1), and Jayant Yadav 13/1 (2). Kyle Jamieson 17 (36), and Tom Latham 10 (14) were two top scorers from the New Zealand side. After the second inning, India leads by 263 runs in the first inning.
India scored and was declared at 276/7d in the second inning due to great batting by Mayank Agarwal 62 (108), Shubhan Gill 47 (75), Cheteshwar Pujara 47 (97), Axar Patel 41* (26), and Virat Kohli 36 (84). After this inning, India set a target of 539 runs for New Zealand to win the second test match.
In the second inning, New Zealand was all out at 167 runs and lose the second test match by 372 runs with India due to great bowling by Ravichandran Ashwin 4/34 (22.3), and Jayant Yadav 4/49 (14). Daryll Mitchell 60 (92), and Henry Nicholls 44 (111) were good batting from the New Zealand side.
Mayank Agarwal (IND), 150 (311), and 62 (108), was declared as the Player of the Match due to his great performance in batting in both innings of the test match.
Ravichandran Ashwin (IND), was declared as the Player of the Series due to his great performance in bowling and batting.