Australia huffed and puffed its way across the finish line. Finch, Marsh, Smith, and Stoinis all got starts, but none lasted more than 35 minutes. This ensured that Kiwis were always in the game, and there were times when it appeared that NZ would eke out a win. Agar and Starc, on the other hand, played some shots that put Australia back in the hunt. And, in the end, Josh Inglis, unintentionally, played one over short fine and one over short third to win it for Australia. Both teams have benefited from this game in some way. NZ would have preferred a higher score to defend earlier in the day, but the slowness of the wicket prevented that. That concludes the day. Click on the tabs to find more entertainment brought to you.