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newscricket18 days ago

NZ vs BAN | WATCH : Ross Taylor ends his career with a wicket as New Zealand beat Bangladesh by an innings and 117 runs

New Zealand veteran batsman Ross Taylor had a fairytale finish to his Test career as he scalped the last wicket of the Bangladesh innings and the hosts won the fixture by an innings and 117 runs. Taylor has scored 7684 runs from 112 Test matches for New Zealand with an average of 44.16.
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newscricket19 days ago

NZ vs BAN | WATCH : Ross Taylor receives guard of honour from Bangladesh players on his final Test appearance

New Zealand veteran batsman, Ross Taylor, who is playing his final match in the longest format of the game received a guard of honour from Bangladesh players during the first innings of the ongoing second Test in Christchurch. Taylor scored 28 off 39 in the first innings of the Christchurch Test.
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newscricket22 days ago

NZ vs BAN | Doesn’t feel like I will be playing my last Test match, says Ross Taylor

Ross Taylor, who is set to play his final Test during the second match against Bangladesh, has stated that he does not feel anything special about it. Taylor announced his retirement from international cricket on December 30, and is likely to play his final ODIs against Australia later this month.
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newscricket25 days ago

NZ vs BAN | WATCH - Bangladesh takes DRS for LBW after ball hits the middle of Ross Taylor's bat

Bangladesh cricket team shocked the entire cricket fraternity as they took a bizarre DRS call on Day 4 of the first Test against New Zealand. Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque decided to review a call on an LBW decision, and replays showed that the ball hit the middle of Ross Talyor's bat.
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newscricketa month ago

WATCH | Fans recall Ross Taylor’s Hindi cuss word in a match against India after he draws curtains on his career

New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor recently announced his retirement and fans recalled the time when he was caught swearing in Hindi during a Test match against India in 2016. Taylor will play his final Test match in Christchurch next week and it will be his 112th Test appearance for the country.
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newscricketa month ago

It is nice to finish on your own terms, says Ross Taylor

After announcing the decision to retire from international cricket, New Zealand cricketer Ross Taylor has revealed that it feels nice to finish on your own terms. He further added that Covid-19 protocols and quarantine requirements were two of the reasons that forced him to think about retirement.
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newscricket2 months ago

IND vs NZ | Delivery to dismiss Ross Taylor was a dream ball for any fast bowler, says Mohammed Siraj

After bowling a brilliant delivery to dismiss New Zealand’s Ross Taylor on the second day in the Mumbai Test, Mohammed Siraj has stated that it was a dream ball for any fast bowler in the game. The speedster troubled the New Zealand top-order batsmen early in the innings and scalped three wickets.
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newscricket2 months ago

IND vs NZ | Twitter reacts as Axar Patel bags fifth five-for in fourth Test to trigger New Zealand’s collapse

Axar Patel extended a glorious start to his Test career, registering a five-for against New Zealand in the first innings of the Kanpur Test on Saturday, which was his fifth in just his fourth Test. The visitors collapsed from 197/1 to 296 all-out, handing India a first-innings lead of 49.
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newscricket2 months ago

IND vs NZ | Any time you play India at home, you're going to be the underdogs, says Ross Taylor

New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor has stated that playing India at their home is one of the most difficult tasks for any team. The Kane Williamson-led side will start their second WTC cycle with the two-match Test series against India, and the first match will begin on November 25 in Kanpur.
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newscricket2 months ago

IND vs NZ | We know it's going to be a big challenge in India, says New Zealand head coach Gary Stead

Gary Stead has said that the two-match Test series on Indian soil will be a big challenge for the team despite India missing some of it’s big names. This series will be their first assignment in the new cycle of the World Test Championship 2021-23 after winning the first edition in June, this year.
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