ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) One contentious, momentum-shifting umpiring decision is unlikely to get lost in the aftermath of a dramatic, first day-night cricket test. Certainly not in New Zealand.
Australia, chasing a seemingly modest victory target of 187, was down to its tail-end batsmen - one grieving, the other hobbling - and still needing two runs to win. Peter Siddle, mourning the death of his grandmother, hit the winning runs, while an injured Mitchell Starc limped through in support to give the hosts a narrow, three-wicket margin. (MORE)