600 or above total against New Zealand by India
India never ever able to score a 600 or above total against New Zealand. Surprisingly, India, known for its lethal batting dominance in world cricket, never ever scored a 600 plus total against New Zealand in test matches. India highest total against New Zealand is 583 for 7 which came in match at Ahmedabad in Oct, 1999.
On the other hand, New Zealand scored three 600 plus scores against India. Their highest total against India is 680 for 8. They scored this at Wellington in Feb, 2014.
Highest totals India vs New Zealand Test Matches
India and New Zealand have faced each other in Test cricket since 1955, with New Zealand registering their first Test win against India in the year 1980. Over the years, India has had some memorable performances against the Kiwis and some of these performances have resulted in India putting up massive scores on the board. Here is the list highest scores in India against New Zealand in Test cricket:
Hero of the innings of India, Sadagoppan Ramesh (110), Sachin Tendulkar (217), Sourav Ganguly (125) – Highest ever Indian total 583/7 registered against New Zealand
What is India’s highest score against New Zealand in Test cricket?
India’s highest score against New Zealand in Test cricket is 583/7 declared, which was scored in Oct’1999 in Ahmedabad.
Who was the highest scorer in India’s highest score against New Zealand?
The highest scorer in India’s highest score against New Zealand (583/7 declared) was Sachin Tendulkar, who scored a magnificent 217.
How many times has India scored over 500 runs against New Zealand in Test cricket?
India has scored over 500 runs against New Zealand in Test cricket on eight occasions but never able to score 600 or above total against New Zealand.
In which year did India register their first Test win against New Zealand?
India registered their first Test win against New Zealand in 1955.
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