New Zealand spinner Ajaz Patel added four more wickets to his 10-wicket first innings haul to record the best numbers of any bowler in a Test against India.

Patel’s four for 106 saw him finish in the match with 14 wickets, becoming only the third bowler to take all 10 wickets in a Test innings on Saturday.

Only Englishman Jim Laker in 1956 and Indian Anil Kumble in 1999 have accomplished this feat before, and Patel, 33, is the first to make it in the first innings.

The match numbers of Mumbai-born Patel of 14 for 225 are the best in a friendly against India and in 1980 exceeded 13 for 106 of the English all-rounder Ian Botham at the same place.

Despite Patel’s performance, New Zealand faces a difficult task to win the series finals after India declared their second innings 276 for seven to give visitors a goal of 540 runs.

India’s opener Mayank Agarwal followed up his 150 in the first innings with 62 in the second.

New Zealand were dealt a blow on the final ball on the third day before tee when they lost their first wicket, with Ravichandran Ashwin removing Tom Latham.