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India struggle in reply to New Zealand's 503

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India were struggling at 130-4 after day two of the first Test against New Zealand, who posted a daunting 503-run first innings built on a double century by Brendon McCullum.  

New Zealand's Neil Wagner (R) and Brendon McCullum celebrate the wicket of India's Murali Vijay during day two of their international Test in Auckland on February 7, 2014

In a dramatic start to India's reply, New Zealand claimed the prized scalps of Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli in a withering burst from Tim Southee and Trent Boult that reduced the tourists to three down for only 10 runs.

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