Agence France-PresseDecember 21, 2013 03:43
New Zealand wiped out the West Indies second innings inside one session with a vicious spell of swing bowling Saturday to take a vice-like grip on the third Test.
At stumps at the end of the third day, New Zealand were six without loss in reply, needing 122 to win.
The West Indies, already down 1-0 in the series, were all out in their second innings for 103, after taking an 18-run lead on the first innings.
The dramatic collapse came a day after the West Indies claimed control of the Test when Sunil Narine's spin variations mesmerised the New Zealanders.