New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor, who remained unbeaten on 47 to guide his team to victory along with skipper Kane Williamson (52 not out), feels the World Test Championship win makes up for the 2019 loss.

The Black Caps had lost the World Cup final against England at Lord’s on boundary count after a tied Super Over.

On Wednesday, New Zealand beat Virat Kohli’s side by eight wickets in Southampton to win the ultimate Test. After dismissing India for 170, the Kiwis chased down the target of 139 — they had a first innings lead of 32 — with more than seven overs to spare.

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For Taylor, the feeling is yet to sink in. “Still sinking in (the feeling being crowned World Champions), but it’s been a long way. Long journey over a couple of years. Lot of rain for a couple days here, but I thought the way team…

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