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newscricket3 months ago

IND vs NZ | Quite satisfying to beat world-class India 2-0, elates Kane Williamson

Kane Williamson has admitted that it is quite a satisfying feeling to have beaten the No.1-ranked Test side — and ICC Test Championship table-toppers — India 2-0 at home. Williamson praised the efforts — with both bat and ball — from Kyle Jamieson, who was playing his first two Tests.
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newscricket3 months ago

IND vs NZ | It's been pretty surreal couple of weeks, reveals Kyle Jamieson

Man of the match in Christchurch, Kyle Jamieson revealed that he is enjoying the time of his life ever since making his Test debut in Wellington and that he wants to continue the golden patch. Jamieson returned with a fifer and a strokeful 49 in the first innings to seal a whitewash for the hosts.
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newscricket3 months ago

IND vs NZ | India can't be regarded as a great team until they win in NZ & England, says Michael Vaughan

Former England captain Michael Vaughan feels that India must win in places like New Zealand and England to prove their dominance in the longest format of the game. India are in a dire situation at the Hagley Oval having been bowled out for just 242 with Kylie Jamieson claiming his maiden fifer.
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newscricket3 months ago

IND vs NZ | Our intent today definitely a positive takeaway, feels Hanuma Vihari

India batsman Hanuma Vihari pointed out that India showed greater intent in the first innings in Christchurch while sharing his disappointment on not being able to cross the 300-run mark. Vihari feels that the wicket will get better with the passage of time and which will be an advantage for India.
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newscricket3 months ago

IND VS NZ | Am going to make massive strides in next year or so, feels Kyle Jamieson

Kyle Jamieson believes that there is much more to come as a bowler after the speedster enjoyed a memorable Test debut in Monday's 10-wicket win over India at the Basin Reserve. The pacer has also added that he is still a long way off what he wants to be but sees himself making massive strides.
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newscricket3 months ago

IND v NZ | Good all-round performance, but need to back it up at Christchurch, says Kane Williamson

Kane Williamson admits that it was a good all-round performance that helped New Zealand brush India aside by 10 wickets in the opening match, but has called for zero complacency come Christchurch. The Kiwi skipper was particularly pleased with the level of execution from his bowlers.
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newscricket3 months ago

Legends and pundits react to India's first loss in World Test Championship

After a thumping T20I whitewash against New Zealand, India kept on disappointing every Indian fan with their shambolic performance in three-match ODI and first Test match. Cricketing fraternity took to Twitter to express their perception on Team India's drastic failure over Kiwis.
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newscricket3 months ago

IND vs NZ | Bit more swing this week due to less windy conditions, reveals Kane Williamson

While wind was a much talked-about factor this week, Kane Williamson has stated that it was actually lesser in comparison but that didn't take away from the fact that there was more swing on offer. Williamson has also praised the lower order batsmen for adding valuable runs to boost the team total.
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newscricket3 months ago

IND vs NZ | Still far away from setting a target on fourth day, feels Ravichandran Ashwin

At the end of Day three’s play, Ravichandran Ashwin has revealed that the team is still far away from setting a target for the hosts' second innings. Ashwin has also added that New Zealand used the conditions to the fullest - tailenders with the bat and the bowlers putting India under pressure.
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featurecricket3 months ago

IND vs NZ | Basin Reserve Day 3 Talking Points - Short deliveries, tail-enders and New Zealand put India in trouble

On Day 3, India’s familiar weaknesses came back haunting in away conditions - nagging tail, short deliveries and the ability to get a huge lead after conceding one in the first innings. For New Zealand, all boxes ticked - lower-order batting, short-ball plans and their tricks to get India reeling.
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