Pink Ball Test: Australia Edge Past New Zealand
Steven Smith-led Australia defeated New Zealand by three wickets in the first-ever day-night Test. This is also the first time that pink ball has been used in international cricket.
New Zealand's Bradley Watling was the first batsman to be out on the third day. The Kiwi wicketkeeper-batsman got out on seven.
Overnight New Zealand batsman Mitchell Santner was stumped off Nathan Lyon's bowling by Peter Nevill. Santner scored a responsible 45 off 88 balls.
Josh Hazlewood was the pick of Australian bowlers with six scalps in the second innings. He was also named the man of the match.
Australian opener David Warner was the second-highest scorer for his team in the second innings. He scored 35 off 37 balls.
New Zealand's Trent Boult celebrates after dismissing Australia captain Steve Smith. The bowler gave the Aussies a mighty scare by picking five wickets for 60 runs.
Shaun Marsh was the highest-scorer for Australia in the second innings. Coming at No. 5, he scored 49 off 117 balls.
Australia's Peter Siddle celebrates after scoring the winning runs against New Zealand in the day-night Test. He was unbeaten at nine.
Australia captain Steve Smith and opener David Warner is all smiles after winning the Trans-Tasman Trophy. This is Smith's first Test series win as captain.
The Australian team with the Trans-Tasman Trophy. They won the three-match series against New Zealand 2-0.
Brendon McCullum and his New Zealand teammates are a dejected lot after the loss. It was disappointing for them to lose despite coming so close.