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IND vs NZ 2021: Very Shocked India Didn’t Take The New Ball: Shane Warne

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Former Australian spinner Shane Warne questioned the Indian crew’s techniques on the ultimate day of the primary Check.

India and New Zealand ended the engrossing Check match in a draw after the guests remained agency within the closing session to finish at 165 for 9.

Rachin Ravindra and Ajaz Patel
Rachin Ravindra and Ajaz Patel. Picture-Twitter

New Zealand tail-enders Rachin Ravindra and Ajaz Patel displayed a rock-solid defence within the closing 9 overs of the sport to defy the Indian spinners.

India simply wanted one wicket to seal the sport however the New Zealand spinners have been nice at blocking the balls to disclaim them a victory.

IND vs NZ 2021: Shane Warne explains the turning level of the match

Warne was surprised to see the Ajinkya Rahane-led facet not opting to bowl with the brand new ball and felt the hosts missed the trick.

“Very stunned India didn’t take the brand new ball when it was out there !!!! Unusual they’re nonetheless bowling with the outdated ball as mild and overs are operating out !!!!!! Ideas?,” Warne tweeted.

“Will the 4 overs bowled with the outdated ball when the brand new ball was out there be a turning level and allowed NZ to hold on or it gained’t matter and India win???,” he added.

Harbhajan Singh, Ravichandran Ashwin
Harbhajan Singh, Ravichandran Ashwin. (Picture: Twitter)

Shreyas Iyer, Ravichandran Ashwin attain milestones

Ravichandran Ashwin (3/35) and Ravindra Jadeja (4/40) bowled stupendously within the closing session to choose the wickets of the Black Caps.

New Zealand opener Tom Latham was the best run-scorer for the guests, he stitched a 76-run stand with William Somerville, who got here in as an evening watchman on Day 4.

Shreyas Iyer, who scored 105 and 65 for India in his debut Check, was adjudged because the participant of the match award.

Iyer turned the primary Indian participant to attain 100 and a fifty in his debut Check, solely legendary Indian batter Sunil Gavaskar scored two fifty-plus scores in his first Check.

In the meantime, Ravichandran Ashwin (3/35 within the second innings) surpassed Harbhajan Singh’s tally of 417 Check wickets to grow to be India’s third-highest wicket-taker within the oldest format.

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