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India vs New Zealand Updates to the results of the first live test: India 79/3 at lunch on day 1 | Cricket News


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India three wickets below and New Zealand are on top. The Kiwis have not only taken three wickets, but they have not let India score freely. From the beginning, his players kept him well and tight. Southee got Shaw early. Pujara and Agarwal sought to stabilize the ship, but the first was the debutante’s first gate and then the Indian patron followed. The Indians were in serious trouble with 40 by 3, but Agarwal and Rahane have rebelled. The two are in the middle of a good position and India will hope they can continue the good work. The Kiwis would be waiting for Boult to have an impact. It has not been at its best until now. Both Jamieson and Southee have been good, especially the first one, sometimes you can’t play. However, New Zealand will know that they need to get rid of the two batting quickly.

India 79/3 at lunch on day 1

OFFERS 25.3: FOUR! Mayank now cuts a Boult delivery through a ravine for its fourth limit

OFFERS 25.1: FOUR! Rahane cuts a Boult delivery through a ravine for his second limit

OFFERS 24.3: FOUR! Mayank borders a broad delivery of Southee through slips.
India 68/3

OFFERS 23.5: FOUR! Mayank cover conducts a Boult delivery for its second limit

OVERS 21.6: FOUR! Mayank conducts a delivery of Jamieson through its first limit.
India 55/3

OVERS 20.5: Rahane takes out the 50 Indians with a single on the side of the leg but there are three wickets below

OVERS 19.2: FOUR! Ajinkya Rahane in leads a Jamieson delivery for his first limit

OFFERS 17.5: OUT! BIG BIG WICKET! Jamieson drags Kohli forward, the Indian captain is not up to the ball, he gets an advantage that flies to the first slip so that Ross Taylor takes the catch. Kohli falls by 2, India 40/3

OFFERS 17.3: Virat Kohli hits a delivery of Jamieson on the ground for two to leave the mark

On walks Indian captain Virat Kohli

OFFERS 15.3: OUT! Second after the drink break and Pujara (11) borders a Jamieson delivery for the goalkeeper
BJ Watling will take a simple capture and become the first debutante Test wicket. India 35/2

OVERS 13.1: CLOSE CALL! Pujara hits a delivery of Jamieson on the side of the leg and runs to get a quick single. Henry Nicholls comes running from the square leg, dives, spikes and pitches in a single movement and Mayank would have run out of that shot that would not have lost the wickets for a mustache!

Two consecutive maidens from New Zealand. India still 33/1 in 13 overs

Double change of bowling for New Zealand when the 6’8 “debutante Kyle Jamieson has been introduced in the attack. India 33/1 in 11 overs

Colin de Grandhomme has been introduced in the attack.

India 31/1 after 10 overs

OVERS 9.2: Mayank’s first convincing shot while driving a long-term delivery of Boult on the ground for three races

OFFERS 8.6: FOUR! Bid on driving a delivery too launched from Southee for its first limit.
India 26/1

Cheteshwar Pujara is the new man in India

OFFERS 4.2: OUT! CLEAN BOLINADO !!! Southee throws a perfect outwinger, Shaw (16) seeks to hit but loses the ball completely and straightens. Poor Shaw footwork, he seemed to play it in front of his body. India 16/1

OFFERS 3.2: FOUR! Boult drags Shaw forward and the tentative edge crosses the slips for his second limit.
India 15/0

OVERS 2.1: FOUR! Southee is cooked far and wide, Shaw cuts the point for the first limit of the Test series.
India 10/0

Boult awards five races of his first time.
India 6/0

Trent Boult shares the new ball with Tim Southee

MORE THAN 0.1: Shaw hits the ball on the side of the leg and runs a quick single to get out of the mark

Prithvi Shaw and Mayank Agarwal open Indian tickets. Tim Southee first with the red cherry. Three slips and a ravine instead.

SHAKE: Kane Williamson wins the draw, chooses to play against India in the Wellington Basin Reserve.

The captain of India, Virat Kohli, says that they also wanted to play first, they are cloudy conditions, but the wicket seems much better than two days ago and they need to bat well. Report that Saha, Jadeja, Gill, Saini and Yadav are lost. He claims that the wind is an important factor here and they need to adapt to that, their bowling alley is very experienced now and they know what to do and are ready for whatever comes their way.

Immediately after launch, the decks were briefly placed over the gate when a light rain passed through the ground.

The New Zealand pattern, Kane Williamson, says it is a bit soft on the top, there has always been a green tint in the gate, but they need to land in the right areas. Informa Daryl Mitchell is lost, the wicket looks a little different with a brown tint and they want to use it from the beginning. He affirms that it is a very good opportunity for Jamieson and hopes to do it well.

India (playing XI): Prithvi Shaw, Mayank Agarwal, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli (c), Ajinkya Rahane, Hanuma Vihari, Rishabh Pant (w), Ravichandran Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah

New Zealand (Playing XI): Tom Latham, Tom Blundell, Kane Williamson (c), Ross Taylor, Henry Nicholls, BJ Watling (w), Colin de Grandhomme, Kyle Jamieson, Tim Southee, Ajaz Patel, Trent Boult

India will seek to continue its unbeaten streak at the World Test Championship.

Since the Sydney Test in January 2019, India has been undefeated winning its seven matches in the current World Test Championship. They have defeated the West Indies, South Africa and Bangladesh and are currently at the top of the table with 360 points.

For New Zealand, it’s time to pick up pieces after their 0-3 defeat in Australia.

Kiwis must adjust their game if they wish to return strongly after the defeat to their trans-Tasman rivals.

The last time New Zealand lost a series at home was in March 2017 and since then won five (10 Tests) in family conditions.

The open terrain of the Basin Reserve has always been a challenge for both hitters and bowlers due to cross winds.

The wind factor in Wellington is a problem that captains must face.

Veteran New Zealand batter Ross Taylor becomes the first cricket player to play 100 internationals in all three formats of the game.

Taylor is the top scorer of New Zealand races in Tests and ODI, with 40 centuries in both formats, more than any other Black Cap.

Taylor’s 14-year international career has had its difficult moments, including two losing appearances in the World Cup final and his fall as captain in 2012.

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