Team India gave a special ‘gift’ to Ejaz Patel, who created history by taking 10 wickets in an innings, see


IND va NZ Test Series 2021: The two-match Test series played between India (IND) and New Zealand (NZ) was very exciting and the Indian team captured the series. The first match of this series was played in Kanpur and the second match was played in Mumbai. The first match was a draw, while in the second match, Team India defeated New Zealand by 372 runs. Many historical records were made in this match. New Zealand spinner Ajaz Patel made a unique world record by taking all 10 wickets of India in the first innings. His performance was highly praised all over the world. However, India won this match and won the series.

Team India gave a special gift to Ejaz Patel

After the end of the Test series, Ajaz Patel, the third bowler in the world to take 10 wickets in an innings, was given a special gift by the Indian team. After the match on Monday, the Indian team gifted Ajaz a jersey signed by all the players. BCCI has posted its pictures on social media. In this, India’s star spinner Ravichandran is seen presenting the jersey to Ashwin Patel.

Such was the performance of Ejaz in the match

Ejaz Patel bowled 47.5 overs in the first innings of the second test and took all 10 wickets for 119 runs. Ejaz Patel became the third bowler after former cricketer Jim Laker (1956) and Anil Kumble (1999) to do so. He took 4 wickets in the second innings of this match. He bowled brilliantly, taking a total of 14 wickets.

Ejaz went to New Zealand from India as a child

Ejaz Patel was born in the Indian city of Mumbai. He was just 8 years old when the family moved from Mumbai to New Zealand. Ajaz Patel’s historic performance and a 14-wicket haul was not enough to help New Zealand avoid a 372-run loss and lose the series 1-0. However, Ashwin heaped praise on the left-arm spinner, saying that destiny also played its part in his achievement.

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