IND vs NZ 2nd Test: New Zealand team piled up on just 62 runs, India got a lead of 263


India vs New Zealand Mumbai Test: In the second Test being played at Wankhede, Mumbai, the New Zealand team was bundled out for just 62 runs in their first innings. This is the minimum score of Kiwi team against India in Test cricket. R Ashwin took four wickets for India. On the other hand, fast bowler Mohammad Siraj got three successes.

India had scored 325 runs in their first innings. In response, the visiting team could only score 62 runs in their first innings. In this way, Team India got a lead of 263 runs. However, captain Virat Kohli did not give follow-on to the visiting team, and India are playing their second innings.

Both New Zealand openers Tom Latham and Will Young, who performed brilliantly in the first Test played in Kanpur, were sent to the pavilion by Mohammad Siraj. Young 04 and Latham got out after scoring 10 runs. After this, Siraj gave the third blow to the visiting team by dismissing Ross Taylor. He scored just one run.

New Zealand’s team could not recover from these initial setbacks and lost wickets at regular intervals. The entire team of New Zealand surrendered in front of the Indian bowlers and could only score 62 runs.

Nine batsmen of the Kiwi team could not even touch the double figure in front of India’s deadly bowling. Only Tom Latham 10 and Kyle Jamieson 17 could reach double digits. R Ashwin took four wickets for eight runs for India. At the same time, Siraj sent three players to the pavilion for 19 runs. Apart from this, Akshar Patel got two and Jayant Yadav got one success.



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