Mahendra Singh Dhoni's India left New Zealand still seeking an overseas test victory after more than two and a half years' frustration on tour.
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson's preference for green wickets for the two-match Test series against India beginning February 6 was apparent though he said the home team management did not give any instructions to prepare fast bowler-friendly pitches.
Whenever India lose, skipper MS Dhoni tries to soften the blow by breaking down the match. But on Wednesday, after India's fourth straight overseas defeat, he hinted his patience was running thin.
Everyone agreed the BCCI was justified in demanding a bigger share of the global revenue and urged other board members to back BCCI in the global forum. “There is a realisation that everyone benfits from having India inside the camp."