India batter Shreyas Iyer said that he is satisfied with the overall performance of the team, but the victory would have been like the 'icing on the cake'.
The first Test between India and New Zealand ended as a draw on Monday after the visitors somehow managed to survive and the hosts ended the Test one wicket away from victory.
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