New Zealand recorded their lowest ever Test score against India on the day as they were bowled out for just 62 runs.
Ajaz Patel created history as he took all 10 wickets in the Indian innings, making him the third bowler after Anil Kumble and Jim Laker to achieve the feat.
Ajaz Patel took his third five-wicket haul as India were rocked on day 2 of the Mumbai Test against New Zealand.
Mayank Agarwal put India back in the driver's seat with his fourth hundred after Ajaz ran through the Indian top-order.
Virat Kohli got an inside edge but it was difficult to ascertain whether the ball hit the bat first before hitting the pad or if the impact happened at the same time.
Ajinkya Rahane, Ishant Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja have all been ruled out of the second Test in Mumbai due to injuries they sustained in the first Test in Kanpur.
The BCCI will soon make a decision on the tour, which is set to begin on December 17 with the first Test in Johannesburg.
Team India will now try to win the second Test in order to win the series with Virat Kohli returning to the side as skipper.
India are scheduled to take on South Africa in 3 Tests, as many ODIs and 4 T20Is between December 17 and January 26.
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