IND vs NZ Test: The Indian bowlers scattered the New Zealand batsmen like a pack of cards. With this, the New Zealand team was all out for 62 runs. During this, the flame of Firki was seen. Star spinner R Ashwin took 4, Mohammad Siraj took 3, Axar Patel took 2 and Jayant Yadav took 1 wicket.
Mumbai. In the first innings of the second match of the Test series being played between India and New Zealand, Indian bowlers scattered the Kiwis like a pack of cards. Fast bowler Mohammad Siraj took three wickets in the opening order. After this the spinners showed their flair and sent New Zealand’s batsmen one after the other. R Ashwin took 4 wickets. While Mohammad Siraj took 3, Axar Patel took 2 and Jayant Yadav took one wicket.
Ejaz Patel created history
IND vs NZ Test: Mumbai-born left-arm spinner Aijaz Patel has created history by taking all 10 wickets in an innings. With this, Ejaz Patel has become the third bowler in the 144-year history of Test cricket. He equaled the legends of England’s Jim Laker and India’s Anil Kumble. Laker did this feat in 1956 against Australia in Manchester. While Kumble took 10 wickets against Pakistan in February 1999 in Delhi.
Mayank handled the Indian innings Indian opener Mayank Agarwal played a powerful innings of 150 runs in 311 balls with the help of 17 fours and 4 sixes. While the Indian batsmen kept returning to the pavilion from the other end. India had scored 325 runs in the first innings. During this, Axar Patel played a half-century innings of 52 runs. Whereas Shubman Gill managed to score only 44 runs.