New Zealand blends Indian pride into dust
CHRIST CHURCH: The Kiwis blew Indian pride for the third day with a clean sweep of 2 matches, thanks to a 7-wicket victory in the second test.
The hosts achieved the target of 132 for just 3 wickets, Tom Blundell scored 55 and Tam Latham scored 52, all 120 championship points won by New Zealand, before India’s second innings of 124 runs. On the other end, Trent Bolt took 4 and Tim Southee took 3 wickets.
According to details on the third day of the Christ Church test, the Cavs got a target of just 132 for victory. They lost 3 wickets in 36 overs. Tom Latham and Blundell gave the team a 103-run start, said Latham Amish. Wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant caught the ball at the hands of Ken Williamson (5) with the help of the way, while Tom Blandel also made a wicket of Bumrah by 55 runs, with Russ Taylor and Henry Nichols knocking out 5.5. Stay.
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Earlier, India started the day with 90 for 6 in their second innings. Soon after Hanuma Wahari was added to his previous score of 5, he was ruled out by Saudis with help from wicketkeeper Wellington. Punt also got the ball off the hood after delivering three more runs to the Totals 4, with Mohammad Shami (5) pushing the Southeastern length ball to the boundary but becoming a bundled cocktail at Deep Square League Bollinger Jasprit Bumrah (4) finished with 124 runs, Bolt added 4 and Southee sent three players to the pavilion.
New Zealand’s most disappointing tour for Kohli
The tour of New Zealand proved to be disappointing for Indian captain Virat Kohli, who scored 218 runs in 19 innings of all formats, his lowest run in any foreign tour, before the England tour failed in 2014. In which he scored only 254 runs, during which time the English fast bowlers kept them at their target. This time the Kiwi pacers did not let Kohli succeed.
Use of negative tactics by Indian team to watch defeat
The Indian team also used negative tactics in the Christ Church test after watching the first White Wash defeat in 8 years in Test cricket. On one occasion when Kiwi batsman was taking a single, Kohli went on to say that 2 runs should be scored. The umpire Richard Kettle Brough also warned him, saying the Indian captain looked at KVC and said inappropriate words