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Mayank Agarwal | Mayank Agarwal kneeling on the slip fielding; The former player said he could not accept…

Mayank Agarwal : Mayank fielded in such a way that he thought the edges would not come close to hitting the bat on a pitch where the ball did not rise too high.

The first match of the India vs New Zealand Test series is in progress in Kanpur. Fans watch Mayank Agarwal’s stand on the second slip while batting for New Zealand. In Kanpur, Mayank was in the same fielding position when Indian spinners R Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja and Akshar Patel all bowled. Mayank knelt on the slip, thinking that the edges of the bat would not reach the fielder on a pitch where the ball did not rise too high.

Former VVS Laxman also criticized Mayank Agarwal’s fielding stance. Laxman points out that it is difficult to catch from this stance. ‘I do not agree with this fielding stance. When in this position, and so close to the fielding position, be prepared to take catches. But in a stance like Mayank’s stand, he can only catch the balls that come in front of him. You can’t catch balls coming left or right, “said Laxman.

Mayank Agarwal is not the first fielder to kneel like this. Joe Root, the captain of the England Test team, is the player who has recently applied this tactic. Root’s knee was in the Test against Sri Lanka. On the second day of the first Test against Sri Lanka, spinner Jack Leach bowled, and in this year’s Test against New Zealand, Joe Root stunned the spectators with a slippery knee.

But the interesting thing is that Joe Root is not the first fielder to apply this tactic. Former England opener Marcus Trescothick first applied the technique of knee-slip fielding in a county match.

Meanwhile, New Zealand, who resumed batting on the third day of the first Test against India, lost six wickets. The Kiwis were 197 for two at lunch. But after lunch, India took four wickets in a row. They have scored 254 runs for the loss of six wickets in 122 overs.

Earlier, Shreyas Iyer’s debut century saw India find emotional happiness but on the second day New Zealand were technically ahead. India won the toss and elected to bat. India won the toss and elected to bat. Tim Southee, who took five wickets, bowled India out.

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