The Test between India and New Zealand in Kanpur was drawn after entering thrilling moments. Where the Indian team needed only one wicket to win, the game had to be stopped due to poor lighting.
On the last day of the Test, New Zealand had scored 165 runs for the loss of 9 wickets while Ravindra and Patel were battling the Indian bowlers. In such a situation, the umpire checked the light and the match was stopped due to lack of required light in the field. In the first innings of the match, India scored 345 runs in response to which the Kiwis were all out for 296 runs.
India declared their second innings at 234 for seven, with New Zealand scoring 284 to win. At the end of the fourth day’s play, New Zealand had scored 4 runs, but they had lost one wicket in the case of Will Young. On the last day, New Zealand scored 165 runs for the loss of 9 wickets where they played a total of 98 overs in this innings.