New Zealand beat India by 10 wickets in Wellington to take 1-0 lead in the two-match Test series.India 165 and 191( Mayank Agarwal 58, Tim Southee 5/61) New Zealand 348 all out and 9/0 (Tom Latham 7*, Tom Blundell 2*)It took New Zealand less than two hours on Day 4 of the first Test at the Basin Reserve in Wellington to wrap up things against India as the hosts beat India by 10 wickets to take 1-0 lead in the two-match Test series.Resuming the day at 144/4, India lost 6 wickets for 47 runs as they were bundled out for 191 in 81 overs. Tim Southee (5/61) and Trent Boult (4/39) starred with the ball for the Kiwis.Coming out to bat, openers Tom Latham and Tom Blundell completed the formalities for the hosts in 10 balls with all 10 wickets intact.Tim Southee was adjudged Man of the Match for his scalp of 9 wickets in the match. With this win against India, New Zealand registered their 100th win in the history of Test cricket.“The toss did turn out to be very important. But at the same time, we take a lot of pride in being competitive as a batting unit, and we were just not competitive enough,” Kohli said at the post-match presentation.It was no different story for the Indian contingent on Day 4 as they lost both their overnight batsmen - Ajinkya Rahane and Hanuma Vihari - within the first hour of play at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Monday.India were still trailing New Zealand by 39 runs at the start of the fourth day of the Wellington Test. But after a good first over, both Rahane and Vihari were sent packing by Boult and Southee in successive overs - within the span of 8 deliveries.But with the loss of Rishabh Pant’s (25) wicket it was the last nail in India’s coffin as they were bowled out for a lead of only 8 runs. Rahane was the first one to depart for a 75-ball 29 after he gave keeper Watling a regulation catch off Boult. In the very next over, Vihari was sent packing, with his off-stump rattled off an inside edge off Southee. He was dismissed for his overnight score of 15.Adding to India’s misery, Ravichandran Ashwin (4) also couldn’t extend his stay at the crease. The spinner was adjudged LBW for by Southee to leave Rishabh Pant with the tail to save the match for India.Both sides now head to Christchurch for the final Test match of the series, starting 29 February. We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.