The second day was in the name of New Zealand, the pair of Latham and Young weighed heavily on the Indian bowlers


India vs New Zealand Kanpur Test: The visiting team made a great comeback on the second day of the first Test between India and New Zealand being played in Kanpur. After the end of the first day’s play, Team India’s score was 258 for four wickets. On the second day, New Zealand bowlers bowled tight and bowled India out for 345, and then the opening pair of New Zealand made the Indian bowlers crave for wickets.

In reply to India’s 345, New Zealand scored 129 runs without losing any wicket. Now he is 216 runs behind the Indian team. Will Young 75 and Tom Latham returned unbeaten on 50 at stumps. Will Young has hit 12 fours in his innings of 180 runs. At the same time, Latham hit four fours in his innings of 165 balls.

First century partnership since 2017

For the first time since 2017 on Indian soil against India, a team has made a century opening partnership. Earlier, England’s Alastair Cook and Keaton Jennings had a century opening partnership in India.

Tim Southee did wonders

Earlier, for New Zealand, medium pacer Tim Southee took five wickets while performing amazingly. The Indian team completely surrendered to the Kiwi bowlers on the second day. Team India, which scored 258 for four on the first day, was all out after scoring 87 runs on the second day. Debut man Shreyas Iyer played a brilliant innings of 105 runs for India.

At the same time, Tim Southee of New Zealand took five or more wickets in an innings for the 13th time in Test cricket. At the same time, Southee did this feat against India for the third time. Apart from Southee, Kyle Jamieson took three and Ajaz Patel took two wickets.



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