Ajazz won the “Perfect 10”, but India defeated New Zealand for a big win with 62 inches – WWE Sports

Ajazz Patel, a New Zealand left-handed spinner born in Mumbai, had an unforgettable afternoon when he appeared in the history record of test cricket at a distance of 10 wickets, but an Indian bowler was able to dismiss a visitor. It was an unforgettable night for him and his team. Only 62 have taken a big step towards winning the series.

By the end of the day, India was 69 years old with two innings and no loss. Virat Kohli Decide to oppose performing follow-up in the second and final tests.

Cheteswar Puhara, who opened in place of the injured Shubuman Gil, looked good at the age of 29. Mayank AgarwalHe remained undefeated at 38, after his fine of 150 for a total of 325 in India’s first inning.

Reed swelled to 332 for the host, and in these conditions the Indians prepare for the end of the three days to rest a bit before boarding the charter flight to Johannesburg on December 16th. ..

On the second day of the second test, only 34-year-old Patel, who had the numbers 42.5-12-119-10, to join the “elite list” where Jim Laker and the great Indian Anil died. Should have belonged to. Camble for the company.

Patel must have been uplifting by keeping the total of India’s first innings to a manageable level, but his batter was 28.1 before the mass of congratulatory messages on social media stopped. I was delighted to be deceived because I could only hit over.

The team finally got the lowest total on the foreign side in Indian soil.

The Black Caps hit 14.4 over less than what the Premier Spinner took to kick out all Indian players.

They didn’t even sink the feat before Mohamed SirajThe (3/19) hostile 4 overspelling literally decimated them. There were two deliveries that were straight and fast enough to defeat the batter’s defenses, while the other was the average guard.

Ravichandran Ashwin (4/8 with 8 overs) Axor Patel (2.12 over 2/14) is expected to be too good for this track. Opposition batters were unable to counter turns and bounds.

The New Zealand innings ended before the Indian bowlers warmed up successfully. It was understandable that Kori wanted some hitting time against a hitting opponent that would give him and Puara the necessary confidence.

The match was mostly in his pocket, and Puhara was free to stroke, pulling 6 away from Patel. This is unusual from the defensive blow index.

Pujara certainly evaluates these welcome runs, but it cannot be seen alone what happened when the pressure was already completely relieved due to the first inning lead of the mammoth’s 263 run.

Patel started the day with two quick wickets, and Agarwal and Axar added 67 runs to the seventh wicket, scoring towards the 300-run mark. Axor scored the first 50 and attacked with a lot of attention and occasional aggression.

The best delivery of the six wickets he got that day was when Ravichandran Ashwin pulled the batter forward and turned enough to clip the bail. It was the one that kicked out Schwin.

Ashwin cheerfully sued DRS, unaware that he was bowling, because he thought he had complained that the bowler had been caught behind him.

The review wasted because he had already asked for it, and he didn’t wait for the final verdict after noticing that he had been defeated by rock, stock and barrel.

It’s no wonder Patel welcomed Shiraji as his tenth and last victim. Ashwin was seen giving him a standing ovation from the dressing room in India.

But after the opening burst of Syrage, where the pitch wasn’t as good as seen in a home test match that wasn’t suitable for bowling, Patel knew little about it becoming an anti-climax. However, this had an extra bounce.

The delivery that kicked Ross Taylor out was probably the best match.

The ball was shaped for Taylor to play a defensive shot, and the ball entered only to find enough deviation to beat the outer edge of the bat and knock back the off-stamp.

It was a kind of dismissal and then there was no chance of recovery for New Zealanders. New Zealanders are now only thinking about delaying the inevitable.

– WWE Sports

Ajazz won the “Perfect 10”, but India defeated New Zealand for a big win with 62 inches Ajazz won the “Perfect 10”, but India defeated New Zealand for a big win with 62 inches

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