West Indies were able to pull off their own innings in just 16 overs on Sunday morning. With more than a day and a half remaining, the Caribbean beat New Zealand in the round. New Zealand won 134 innings and runs to lead 1-0 in two Test series.
West Indies started the fourth day with 198 for 7 in the second half. Jermaine Blackwood, who was unbeaten in the previous 60 days, scored 104 runs. Aljhari Joseph is unbeaten at 59 at the end of the third day. He scored 6 points.
He added 155 runs for the seventh goal. Kyle Jamieson gave the West Indies its first boost by bringing Joseph back. Neil Wagner returns Blackwood next. Blackwood has 11 fours and 2 six in his innings. Joseph hit 9 all fours, 3 six. Wagner ended the match by putting Shannon Gabriel (0) back on top. He took a total of 4 goals in the second half. Jamison took two goals and Tim Southee, Trent Bolt and Daryl Mitchell each took one goal.
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