New Zealand coach Mike Hesson revealed that there were "discussions" on a proposed pink ball Day/Night Test match against India but didn't specify as to why it didn't work out.
"Look, I think there's no doubt that the 'Pink ball Test' was discussed. We obviously having played one were quite happy to play one but for some reason it wasn't thought appropriate.
Certainly not something that came from our camp," Hesson said dropping a loose hint that New Zealand Cricket were game for playing a Day/Night Test match. The BCCI is still in its experimental phase at the moment with the inaugural Day/Night Duleep Trophy coming to an end on Wednesday. With the proposed two-tier Test format being shelved, there is a debate in cricketing fraternity about whether the bilateral series is losing context. Hesson, however, feels that one needs to find the context for their own good. "We have been operating in the same system for some time. Every series is a new challenge. We take every series seriously. As a cricketer, you do face this challenge. Every cricket player wants to play a format that has context, every series you play needs to mean something,". He is also happy with the working relationship that he shares with Kane Williamson, who he believes has seamlessly fitted into the big shoes of the Brendon McCullum.