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India 557 for 5 dec and 18 for 0 lead New Zealand 299 (Guptill 72, Neesham 71, Latham 53, Ashwin 6-81) by 276 runsScorecard and ball- by-ball detailsIndia declined to enforce the follow-on after R Ashwins 20th five-wicket haul in Test cricket helped bowl New Zealand out for 299 on the third day of the Indore Test. Ashwins 6 for 81 secured a 258-run lead, and left India enough time to bat again and give their bowlers a well-earned rest.With six overs left to bat out at the end of the day, India stretched their lead to 276 without losing a wicket. But they didnt survive entirely unscathed. In the third over, Gautam Gambhir retired hurt after aggravating a shoulder injury he had sustained while fielding. Diving to complete a tight second run, he landed awkwardly and walked off clutching his shoulder. M Vijay, meanwhile, earned himself a caution as well as an official warning for running on the danger area of the pitch. A similar offence in the first innings had cost Ravindra Jadeja half his match fee while also conceding five penalty runs to New Zealand.Ashwin took his first four wickets either side of lunch, dismantling New Zealands top order after Martin Guptill and Tom Latham added 118 for the first wicket. The wicket of Latham began a collapse during which New Zealand lost five wickets for 30 runs. James Neesham led a recovery of sorts, adding 53 with BJ Watling for the sixth wicket and 52 with Mitchell Santner for the seventh, but Jadeja ended both those partnerships before they could assume worrying proportions. Turn and bounce caused Watling to glove to slip, while turn out of the rough found Santners inside edge as he looked to drive out of the rough.Neesham, playing his first innings of the series, swept the spinners impressively to get to 71 before the shot cost him his wicket against Ashwin. The ball pitched shorter than he expected, on an off-stump line, and hit him on the back leg. Umpire Kumar Dharmasena raised his finger in response to Ashwins appeal, but replays suggested the ball may have turned past off stump. It only took India four overs to get the last two wickets, Ashwin dropping a return catch but deflecting the ball onto the stumps to run Jeetan Patel out at the non-strikers end - the second time he had effected such a dismissal in the innings - and Trent Boult holing out while looking to clear the on-side boundary.On the least helpful pitch of the series, Ashwins wickets came largely through his deception in the air, which constantly disrupted the batsmens reading of line and length. For the third time in three innings, he dismissed Kane Williamson, New Zealands best batsman. In the fourth over after lunch, Williamson went on the back foot to a good-length ball, tempted into cutting by the line wide of off stump. The ball didnt turn as much as the one that bowled him in the first innings in Kanpur, but it turned enough, with extra bounce, to cramp him and force him to chop on.Ross Taylor was next to go, undone yet again by his technique of playing across the line while defending. The ball dipped and pitched shorter than Taylor had expected, which may not have caused him too much of a problem had his bat-swing had come straight down the line of the ball. Instead, as is often the case, it came down from gully towards wide mid-on, causing him to edge to slip.Then came a bit of bad luck for Guptill, who, playing his first innings of any significance in the series, was caught out of his crease at the non-strikers end when Ashwin deflected a straight drive from Luke Ronchi onto the stumps. Having played an unwitting hand in his dismissal, Ronchi followed Guptill into the dressing room in Ashwins next over, when drift caused him to play down the wrong line of an offbreak. Another catch for Ajinkya Rahane at slip, except he had to dive to his right to grab this one. New Zealands slump began 15 minutes before lunch, when Ashwin found a way past Lathams defiance. Latham had come into this Test match having scored 74 in his last innings, in Kolkata. There, and in this innings, his success was partly down to the method he had worked out to reduce the likelihood of lbw against the spinners, by taking a shorter front-foot stride, and playing with his bat in front of his pad.Even in Kolkata, Ashwin had tried to exploit one pitfall of this technique - the increased chance of the left-hand batsman opening up while looking to play balls around leg stump - with two silly points in place, waiting for the leading edge. That tactic didnt produce a wicket in Kolkata but it did now, as he looped one slower, just outside leg stump, and got it to grip and turn. Latham, closing his bat-face early, offered a simple return catch off the leading edge.Latham had enjoyed a big slice of luck in just the previous over. Looking to sweep Jadeja, he had inside-edged the ball onto his boot, and it had then popped up to slip. Umpire Bruce Oxenford, though, turned down Indias appeal, and did not consult either his on-field colleague Kumar Dharmasena or the third umpire, suggesting he hadnt spotted the inside edge.The moment only added to Indias frustrations on a morning where things hadnt gone their way, thanks to a combination of smart batting from both openers, missed chances and half-chances, and a pitch that continued to behave in a manner contrary to its cracked and roughed-up appearance.In the fourth over of the morning, Guptill drove loosely at Mohammed Shami and nicked to gully, where Rahane dropped a chance that went quickly but more or less straight to him. Then, three overs deeper into his spell, Shami watched in frustration as Latham flicked in the air only for the ball to fall short of Jadeja, diving to his left from short midwicket. Both he and Umesh Yadav had bowled with one, and frequently two catchers in front of the wicket on the leg side, as Virat Kohli went with pace from both ends for the first ten overs of the morning. New Zealand scored 23 runs in that period.Spin came on from both ends after that, and the run-flow quickened, with both batsmen showing a desire not to let the spinners get on top. Early in his spell, Guptill punished two minor infringements of length from Jadeja, off successive balls: first he jumped back to a marginally short ball and smacked him to the midwicket boundary; then he saw one tossed up into his driving arc and lofted it effortlessly over the long-off boundary.Both spinners dropped short with uncharacteristic frequency. Guptill slapped Jadeja to the cover boundary to bring up his fifty, and in the next over Latham whipped Ashwin through midwicket before driving him to the straight boundary when he over-compensated with his length.When Latham swept Jadeja for another four to bring up his half-century, New Zealand had scored 57 off their previous 47 balls. India needed ideas to break this partnership. Ashwin happened to have a nifty one up his sleeve. Marshal Yanda Jersey . Both players have lower body injuries that will keep them out of the lineup until at least January 31, which is the first game they can be activated from IR. Kamalei Correa Jersey . Manuel was offered a position the day he was fired. He accepted earlier this week and the team made the announcement Friday. http://www.cheapravensjerseysauthentic.com/?tag=authentic-robert-griffin-iii-jersey . 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BOSTON -- Back home and rested, David Ortiz isnt ready to look at the second half of the season as the final stretch just yet.Ortiz drove a three-run homer deep into the seats in right field and Rick Porcello remained unbeaten at home as the Boston Red Sox beat the struggling San Francisco Giants 4-0 on Tuesday night.It was the 23rd homer and first since the All-Star break for Ortiz, who is keeping Boston in contention for another title in his farewell season.I can do all the thinking after the season is over, said Ortiz, who plans to retire once the season ends. Not thinking about nothing now.Otizs homer in the fourth and a solo shot by Brock Holt in the third were more than enough offensive support for Porcello to remain unbeaten at home this season.Porcello scattered four hits over 6 1/3 innings and the Red Sox won for the seventh time in eight games despite a strong start by former teammate Jake Peavy.San Francisco remained winless since the All-Star break with its fourth straight loss. The Giants had just five hits and only three runners advanced beyond first base.We just need somebody to get a big hit and inject some life into this offense, Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. We look flat right now. You look flat when you dont hit or drive in a run and they start pressing a little bit and weve got to get on track here soon.Porcello (12-2) scattered four hits over 6 1/3 innings, striking out three and walking two while improving to 9-0 at home. Porcello settled down after allowing singles to the first two batters he faced and improved to 9-0 at home this season.Porcello ended up striking out the side in the first and the Giants had two hits over the next five innings. Porcello left after walking Jarrett Parker with one out in the seventh. Reliever Robbie Ross got a quick double play to end the threat.Peavy (5-8), a key member of Bostons 2013 World Series champions, struck out six over six innings and held his former teammates to three hits, but two left the park.Ortiz nearly hit one out in his first at-bat, but the wind knocked it down for a very deep flyout to center. Ortiz came up again in the fourth and drove the first pitch he saw from Peavy way out to right.Hes a year too late if you ask me in retiring, Peavy said with a smile. Id love to play that game without him tonight.Holts solo homer to center in the third was Bostons first hit.Dustin Pedroia led off the fourth with a walk and Xander Bogaerts followed with a single,, setting up Ortizs shot to right that cleared the bullpen and several rows of seats before finally landing.ddddddddddddIt was the 526th career homer for Ortiz, who didnt seem to relish hitting it off Peavy.Peavys always going to be remembered here and welcomed to Boston, Ortiz said. Great teammate and great personality. I really enjoyed being his teammate.The Giants were in Boston for the first time since the Red Sox swept a three-game interleague series in 2007.WELCOME BACKPeavy joined the Red Sox in a deadline deal in 2013 and was traded about a year later. His short stay in Boston was memorable and the Boston fans welcomed him back with a warm reception early.I love Fenway Park and getting a chance to come back here as a visitor, Peavy said. Tonight was different because youre in compete mode and youre trying to find a way to win. But I certainly appreciate the fan response. From the time I walked out of the dugout, it was positive.KOJI CONCERNSCloser Koji Uehara came in to pitch the ninth even though it was not a save situation and left after facing just one batter. Uehara was pulled after feeling a strain in his right pectoral muscle and manager John Farrell said the Red Sox werent taking any chances.Uehara was to be evaluated Wednesday.I cant tell you at this time how much time Koji is going to miss, Farrell said.TRAINERS ROOMGiants: OF Hunter Pence (strained left hamstring) had a couple of days off during a rehab assignment with Triple-A Sacramento. Pence rested Sunday after getting hit by a pitch the day before and Sacramento was rained out Monday. ... 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