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Newzeland vs India🏏 | Prithvi shaw gives best innings in the match

Newzeland vs India


India took wickets

On the second day, India took 8 wickets.  At the same time, New Zealand added 79 runs.  By lunch New Zealand scored a total of 142 runs, losing five wickets in 48 overs.  Indian bowlers pushed host New Zealand on the backfoot on the second day.  Kiwis started the day with 63 runs without any loss.  New Zealand's score reached 66 runs that Tom Blundell (30) was given out lbw off Umesh Yadav.  Three runs later, Jasprit Bumrah caught skipper Kane Williamson (3) behind the wicket by Rishabh Pant.
Newzeland vs India🏏 |  Prithvi shaw gives best innings in the match
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Ravindra Jadeja gave India a huge success.  The left-arm spin bowler caught Ross Taylor (15) in his trap, caught by Umesh, and New Zealand scored three wickets for 109 runs.  After this, Mohammed Shami, with the wickets of Tom Latham (52) and Henry Nicholls (14), diluted the condition of the host team.  Latham faced 122 balls and hit five fours in his half-century innings.
 Mohammed Shami got Henry Nicholls caught by Virat Kohli as the 5th wicket.  He scored 14 runs.  Shami took two wickets.  BJ Watling and Tim Southee were dismissed by Bumrah in the same over.  Ravindra Jadeja gave a clean bold to Colin de Grandhom for 26 runs.

 India's first innings limited to 242 runs
 The Indian cricket team collapsed for 242 runs in their first innings in front of the Kiwi bowlers.  The Indian team was in a slightly respectable position by scoring 194 for five at one time, but it was reduced to 242 runs by adding 48 runs.  Apart from this, captain Virat Kohli scored 3, Mayank Agarwal and Ajinkya Rahane scored 7-7 runs.  Kyle Jameson took 5 wickets for New Zealand.

Prithvi Shaw and Mayank Agarwal landed for India.  New Zealand's first over was bowled by Tim Southee in which he did not give a single run.  The second over was thrown by Trent Bolt.  On the second ball of the second over, Shaw hit a brilliant four.  Earlier, Mayank took a run on the first ball.  In the second over, India added a total of 6 runs to their score card.

Mayank also hit a four off the first ball of the sixth over.  Mayank missed the fourth ball of the over and was called LBW.  In this way, where Trent Bolt got the first success, on the other hand, India got the first blow.  India's second wicket fell on the first ball of the 20th over.  The brilliant innings of 54 runs in 64 balls was played by prithvi shaw.  Prithvi Shaw shared a 50-run partnership with Pujara for the second wicket.  Virat Kohli returned to the pavilion for 3 runs.

Kohli was out lbw by Tim South.  Kohli could not see anything special in the first match and in this match, his bat remained angry.  Vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane, who had fiercely exposed Kiwi bowlers in the first match, could not walk in this match.  Ross Taylor caught his catch off Saudi's ball.  Rahane scored just seven runs.

After Rahane left, Pujara and Vihari batted brilliantly and added 81 runs for the fifth wicket.  Meanwhile, Pujara completed his half-century.  Vihari also played well with Pujara scoring 55 runs, but a ball from Neil Wagner was successful in bringing him to the pavilion on a total score of 194.  Vihari hit 10 fours facing 70 balls.

Cheteshwar Pujara scored 54 runs.  Pujara was caught by BJ Watling off Kyle Jameson.  Rishabh Pant (12) bowled at a score of 207.  After this, India lost their eighth wicket on the same score as Umesh Yadav (0) and the ninth wicket as Ravindra Jadeja (9) on the score of 216 and the last wicket as Mohammed Shami (16) on the score of 242.

India got the challenge of first batting
 New Zealand captain Kane Williamson won the toss and decided to bowl and invited India to bat first on the green top wicket.  Two changes were made in Team India.  Umesh Yadav was replaced in place of unfit fast bowler Ishant Sharma, while R.K.  In this match, left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja got a chance in place of Ashwin.

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