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India vs New Zealand, second test, day 1, live score updates: India arrives for lunch at 85/2 | Cricket News


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6:30 a.m: And it is
lunch. India 85/2 in 23 overs. Bid 15 *, Kohli 3 *. It is fair to say honors even in the first session of the Test, especially after Jamieson eliminated Shaw by 54. Given the conversation around the grass in the wicket, the wicket played better than expected and India did well to lose alone Two wickets.

6:22 am: End of 21, a maid from Southee. Virat (3 *) is not willing to take any risk with lunch just around the corner.
India 83/2.

6:13 am:
What a trap! Shaw (54) went for a striking walk, but Latham, a one-handed stunner, brilliantly caught the edge in the slips. Jamieson gets the wicket.
India 80/2 in 19.1 overs.

Prithvi Shaw presents his second half-century test
with a SIX on deep thin leg, only 61 balls. And he followed the fifty position between Shaw and Pujara. India 80/1 in 19 overs.

6:08 am: End of 18 overs.
India 73/1. Prithvi Shaw 47 *, Cheteshwar Pujara 13 *.

5:59 am: Pujara (7 * of 30 balls) decides to bring his arms to his shoulder for a relatively straight delivery of Grandhomme that then hits his front pad, followed by shouts of lbw. The referee shakes his head in disapproval, Williamson opts for a review. But the decision in the field remains, since the impact was off the stump and the ball also lost the stumps. NOT OUT!

5:56 am: Jamieson tries to bounce Shaw (44 *) but the ball went over his head, and even the wicketkeeper couldn’t stop it. The ball runs behind the wicketkeeper to cross the boundary strings, five wide.
India 64/1 in 16 overs.

Kyle Jamieson was introduced to Kane Williamson’s attack and begins with a maiden.

5:46 am: Shaw started the Grandhoome with a four and finished it with a four to run to 43 * of 46 balls.
India 58/1 in 13 overs.

The fifties of India appear in 11.3 overs, with a crispy off-drive from Boult by Pujara, who picks up his first four.

5:35 am: Prithvi Shaw (35 *) continues to deal in limits: his sixth four in 40 balls, while the Indian starter sends De Grandhomme to the fence for additional coverage.
India 46/1 in 11 overs.

Bowling change for New Zealand. Colin de Grandhomme replaces Trent Boult.

5:22 am: Pujara (0 * of 8 balls) seems to be at sea against Boult, who is throwing the ball up to give him more air time to swing and, more importantly, the line is making the batter play. Maiden again.
India 32/1 in 8 overs.

5:12 am: OUT! Mayank lbw Boult for 7. He was too full to move and the bat hit the boot instead, which probably confused Mayank for the bat that hit the ball as well. He goes for a review but it was in vain. India loses its first wicket –
30/1 in 6 overs.

5:06 am: Shaw (23 * of 23) did not restrain himself from playing blows, even upwards, as he did with the penultimate ball of the fifth to send Southee through the decks by a four, and followed him with a direct impulse to his room morning limit.
India 26/0 in 5 overs.

4:58 am: Shaw (13 * of 16) looks confident. Finish the second round of Southee with a guide behind the point for four.
India 15/0 in 3 overs.

4:54 am: India out of the brand. Mayank takes a single to get the scorecard moving, and Shaw got five runs in his account in the final, courtesy of a thick edge for four through the vacant third-man area, followed by a single.
India 6/0 in 2 overs.

4:48 am: Tim Southee begins with an inquiring maiden against Prithvi Shaw. Trent Boult will begin the proceedings from the other end.
India 0/0 in 1 envelope.

4:45 am: The starters of India, Prithvi Shaw and Mayank Agarwal, walk towards the center to begin against the full speed attack of New Zealand against a green gate. This will be a test for the two right-handed Indian openers. Tim Southee to start with the Kiwis.

4:40 am: Both teams line up for national anthems.


INDIA: Mayank Agarwal, Prithvi Shaw, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli (c), Ajinkya Rahane, Hanuma Vihari, Rishabh Pant (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah

NEW ZEALAND: New Zealand: Tom Latham, Tom Blundell, Kane Williamson (c), Ross Taylor, Henry Nicholls, BJ Watling (wK), Colin de Grandhomme, Tim Southee, Neil Wagner, Kyle Jamieson, Trent Boult


Virat Kohli: We would have played first. We are ready to do the other, the difficult things in the tests, especially in conditions that are not yours.
Umesh enters for Ishant, Jadeja for Ashwin – It gives us more with the bat, and its accuracy too. As hitters we need to discover how to score runs. That depends on the individuals scoring careers, and it’s about executing that here. We are not here to show that we can play in these conditions. We’ve done it before, and we just need to execute everything correctly.

Kane Williamson: We will have a bowl. Some similarities: the basin also has a green tint.
Wagner by Ajaz Patel. We came here, we looked at the surface, and its history and thought that all the rhythm was the way to go. There must be rhythm and rebound, so there is also an opportunity to score.

4:15 am: Kane Williamson wins the draw and asks India to hit first.

4:05 am Calling Hagley’s oval strip ‘green’ will be an understatement.

3:43 am: Mix at 4:15 a.m. and play to start at 4:45 a.m.

3:37 am: Soil conditions look pretty dry now that all the roofs come off. Release expected soon. Stay tuned.

: 30 pm: The launch was delayed due to wet conditions, but the good news is that it is not raining and the covers are being removed.

3:10 am: It was drizzling a while ago in Christchurch, and a rainbow welcomed both teams. Stay tuned for more weather and launch updates.

3:00 a.m: Very early good morning from India. We are back and hope that the Indian team will also return in their second test against the New Zealand hosts starting today in Christchurch. We, at Timesofindia.com, welcome you once again and hope to bring you all the live updates of the Hagley Oval.

His pride wounded after a 10-wicket hit in the first Test and technique exposed in adverse conditions, India’s famous batting lineup will face its time of settling accounts against a New Zealand beat attack, threatening to be relentless with its short ball tactic.

If we add to this the New Zealand record of winning all the Tests except one in the green top pitch, the odds are a bit higher against Virat Kohli & Co.

With the unmatched practitioner of short-ball tactics Neil Wagner joining Tim Southee, Trent Boult and Kyle Jamieson to point to the wicket’s ribcage, more questioning questions will be offered over the next five days.

What the Indian team would like is one between Aninkya Rahane, Hanuma Vihari and Cheteshwar Pujara to show a positive intention, since their identical defensive game will surely put too much pressure on Captain Kohli.

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