Bangalore: Obviously disappointed at having lost the Test series 0-2 to India, New Zealand skipper Ross Taylor on Monday felt that his team had its moments in the second match but did not put sufficient runs on the board to pull off a victory.
At the post-match media conference, Taylor said that though his bowlers tried their best, credit should also go to his counterpart MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli who put on 96 runs for the unfinished sixth wicket to help India get over the line.
There were a lot of moments during the game. To be honest, we would have liked to score a few more runs in that first innings to put pressure on India, Taylor said.
We would like to have restricted them to a few less. I wouldn't put it down to just one little moment. It was just that we lost the Test match over time....more
02:36 AM, Jun 23, 2008