Tim Southee, Trent Boult dominate as West Indies stutter in reply

Tim Southee, Trent Boult dominate as West Indies stutter in reply

Mitchell Santner (2-13) took back-to-back wickets to close out the Test, West Indies falling well short of the 444 runs set for victory.

The Windies lasted a little more than two sessions as the embattled tourists were bowled out for 203 in their second innings.

Batting only for the third time in his fortnight-long global career, Ambris was dismissed hit-wicket for the second time in the ongoing second Test between New Zealand and West Indies in Hamilton on Sunday.

Trailing by 373 runs, the West Indies were dealt a huge blow on the sixth ball of their innings as opener Kieran Powell was caught behind off the bowling of Southee for a duck.

New Zealand won the first match of the two-Test series by an innings and 67 runs in Wellington.

It is the second-heaviest defeat New Zealand ever inflicted on a side chasing in the fourth innings after the 254-run win over Zimbabwe in Bulawayo a year ago.

Shane Dowrich pushed the West Indies to the brink of avoiding the follow on with a racy 35 before skying an attempted pull at Neil Wagner and Kemar Roach, attempting to emulate Boult's distinctive approach, speared a catch to short third man.

New Zealand have recorded a convincing 240-run win to wrap up their two-match Test series 2-0.

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Neil Wagner was the best of the bowlers with 3-42.

Kraigg Brathwaite was not out 45 with Shai Hope on 14. Chase then received a ball from Colin de Grandhomme which also shaped enough to beat the bat and to hit off stumps.

However, Gould forgot to check "ball tracking" for lbw, which showed the delivery was going on to hit the stumps just as West Indies was about to protest the not-out decision.

Taylor said he didn't get too nervous as he approached the three figure mark as the game situation was at the forefront of his mind.

"He always said when there is a butterfly that's (me) and there was a butterfly out there when I was on about 70 so that was pretty good".

Southee finished the day with 2-34 from 18 overs, while de Grandhomme had 40.

New Zealand wasted no time finishing the West Indies first innings off at Seddon Park today.

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