A brutal spell from Neil Wagner, including three wickets and a broken arm, led New Zealand to a comprehensive victory over the West Indies in Hamilton on Tuesday.
Neil Wagner claimed seven for 39 as the West Indies crumbled to be all out for 134 in a first innings that lasted a mere 45.4 overs.
Mominul Haque and Tamim Iqbal plundered the New Zealand attack to have Bangladesh 154-3 at stumps on a rain-disrupted opening day of the first Test.
Tim Southee captured three quick wickets to put New Zealand in a commanding position in the second Test against Pakistan.
Pakistan lost six wickets in the final session at Hagley Oval to be 129-7 at stumps against New Zealand, ahead by only 62 runs with two days remaining
Mumbai, who started on their overnight score of 29 for one, were 431/5 at stumps on Day 2 in reply to New Zealand' first innings total of 324/7d. Rohit Sharma, who has managed to retain his place in India's Test squad, scored just 18
South Africa struggled to 236 for eight at the close of play after deciding to bat in overcast conditions, with the floodlights on for most of the day
South Africa, the top-ranked Test team before defeats against India and England, return to the five-day format at Kingsmead on Friday against Kane Williamson-led New Zealand, who showed some brilliant form in Zimbabwe
New Zealand won the series 2-0 after bowling Zimbabwe out for 132 in their second innings, though the home side were hampered by poor umpiring decisions
Sean Williams hit the fastest Test century by a Zimbabwean, but his knock was not enough to prevent New Zealand from clinching an innings victory
Neil Wagner helped New Zealand bowl out Zimbabwe for a meagre 164 to then put on 32 for no loss at the end of Day 1 in the first Test.
Australia won the final Test at Christchurch by seven wickets to sweep the series 2-0 and secure the world number one ranking in Tests.
Neil Wagner bowled a bouncer which at Steven Smith and the Australian captain suffered a blow to the head during the second day of the second Test in Christchurch.
New Zealand bowling coach Dmitri Mascarenhas said Neil Wagner and Doug Bracewell were both brilliant in the first Test in Dunedin. But the team combination may be changed depending upon the Wellington pitch
New Zealand Fast Bowler Neil Wagner clocked 160 kmph during the second day of the first Test against Sri Lanka at University Oval in Dunedin but he was soon floored by a technical glitch in the speed gun.
New Zealand Cricket said that Tim Southee had a scan overnight and his probable loss for at least the remainder of Australia's first innings. Fast bowler Neil Wagner was later brought into the squad as precautionary cover for next week's second Test in Perth.
Live cricket score and ball-by-ball commentary from the second day of the first Test match between New Zealand and Sri Lanka at the Hagley Oval, Christchurch on Saturday.
The hosts reached 269-3 in their second innings at stumps on the fourth day, wiping out New Zealand's first innings advantage of 155 for an overall lead of 114 runs.