In an exhilarating completion to the procedures at Hagley Oval on Monday on day four, Australia squashed New Zealand, getting a hard-battled three-wicket win in the subsequent Test match to seal a 2–0 series win.

The solid 61-run partnership between Pat Cummins (32*) and Alex Carey (98*) drove Australia to an insistent three-wicket win. Prior, the 140-run stand between Mitchell Swamp (80) and Alex Carey (98*) established the basis for Australia’s triumph.

The triumph fixed the series for Australia as well as featured the strength of the World Champions in the Test format. In the downpour-dense first meeting, Australia remained fearless in their pursuit.

As New Zealand expected to even out the series after their loss in the first Test, Australia, floated by their past progress, came into the game with certainty and kept up with their assurance notwithstanding confronting setbacks.

Continuing with their short-term score of 4-34 in their pursuit of (279), Australia needed to have a game-dominating partnership, which was forged by Mitchell March and Alex Carey, who were out in their past meetings.

Pat Cummins stood apart with his well-formed innings, helping his team beat the Black Caps in their backyard.

Discussing the game, put into bat, New Zealand set up a notional complete of 162 runs in their most memorable innings. Australia, accordingly, brought in 256 in their most memorable innings, with Marnus Labuschange controlling the side with his 90-run score.

New Zealand, in their subsequent innings, posted 372, tracking down extraordinary scoring from Kane Williamson (51), Daryl Mitchell (58), Tom Latham (72), and Rachin Ravindra (82).


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