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    History for Black Caps veteran Ross Taylor shortly after tea on day four of the third cricket test against Australia in Sydney

    History for Black Caps veteran Ross Taylor shortly after tea on day four of the third cricket test against Australia in Sydney


    Taylor's gone past former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming for the most test runs - 7172.

    But it's been one of few highlights in the Black Caps tough pursuit of 416.

    However he was dismissed shortly after going past the required 20 runs.



    New Zealand's 38 for five, having at one stage been 22 for four.

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