Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has developed a knack of creating history as he led India to its first Test match win in New Zealand after 33 years.
Needing 39 runs to break the jinx of not winning a five-day game in New Zealand, India reached the target with all ten wickets intact.
If it was the star-studded batting line-up of India which piled up the runs in their first innings following master blaster Sachin Tendulkar's stupendous knock of 160, then it was Harbhajan Singh who scripted history by his perfect line and length during the Kiwi second innings.
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