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IND v/s NZ 2nd Test: Indian-origin Kiwi bowler Ejaz Patel pushed Team India on the back foot on the first day of the second Test, sent Pujara and Virat Kohli to the pavilion for zero, India- 99/3

Sports activities Desk. Workforce India has stumbled after a spectacular begin within the second Check match between India and New Zealand on the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Captain Virat Kohli received the toss and elected to bat first, Shubman Gill and Mayank Agarwal received the group off to an amazing begin. Each shared an 80-run partnership for the primary wicket. Nevertheless, Shubman Gill missed his half-century by 6 runs and was caught by Ajaz Patel on the rating of 44 runs to Taylor. However after this, Indian-origin bowler Ejaz Patel, on the energy of his killer bowling, cleaned up the primary group vice-captain Cheteshwar Pujara on the rating of zero. After this, Workforce India’s captain Virat Kohli, who got here to the crease, additionally returned to the pavilion after enjoying solely 4 balls, LBW off the ball of Ajaz Patel.

All three wickets of the Indian innings went to Ajaz Patel’s account. Until the time of writing the information, Workforce India has scored 99 runs for 3 wickets. Mayank Agarwal is heading in direction of half-century. Earlier, Gill batted quick. He additionally hit seven fours and a six in 71 balls.

Earlier, the match was delayed by about two and a half hours as a result of weight of the outfield and the pitch. The match began at 12 o’clock as a substitute of 9:30. Alternatively, quick bowler Ishant Sharma, who was a part of India’s enjoying XI within the first Check, all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, who carried out brilliantly with the ball and bat, and Workforce India’s vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane are out of the second Check attributable to accidents.


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