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Former India pace bowler Ashish Nehra feels that Indian captain Virat Kohli should have refrained from stating that 'ODIs are not important' after the series loss in New Zealand. It may be recalled while India whitewashed the Kiwis in the T20Is, the failed to win a single match in the ODI series and Tests that followed.

Team India's run as the number one Test team in the world is officially over. As per the latest rankings released on Friday, Australia are back on the top of the ratings with 116 points while New Zealand are second with 115. India have slided down to number three with 114 points.

The last international cricket match before the game took a break due to Coronavirus was played behind closed doors -- Australia vs New Zealand at the SCG. When the game resumes, it is highly likely that for a few months matches will be played indoors. However, former New Zealand captain Ross Taylor recently conceded that the match played in front of an empty stadium felt more like a warm-up game than a proper international fixture. The game was played on March 15 after which subsequent cricketing activities have been put on hold.

Former chairman of selectors Sandeep Patel has lashed out at the Indian team for their abject surrender in the Test series in New Zealand. He was particularly disappointed

New Zealand crushed India by seven wickets, in under three days, in the second Test at Christchurch to claim the two-match series 2-0. India resumed their second innings at 90 for 6

India squandered a great opportunity to take control of the Christchurch Test after stumbling to 90 for six in their second innings. This was after the bowlers had done a commendable

After clinching the five-match T20I series 5-0, Team India have had a horrendous time of it on the tour of New Zealand. They lost the three-match ODI series 0-3, and now are 0-1 down in the two-match Test series.

India registered yet another loss in an away Test from a decent position at Wellington. Having been bowled out for the 165, the Indian bowlers fought back hard to have New Zealand at 225

India succumbed to their first loss in the World Test Championship, going down to New Zealand by 10 wickets in the Wellington Test, the first game of a two-match series. Resuming day four at 144 for 4, still trailing by 39 runs, India were bowled out for 191 as man of the match Tim Southee picked up 5 for 61 and Trent Boult 4 for 39.