SOUTHAMPTON: New Zealand have lost their third wicket in today’s fifth day of the World Test Championship series.

The fifth day of the World Test final between India and New Zealand is being played today.

The bowling of the Indian team is greater than expected. It’s also intimidating. A lot of appeals have also gone.

The toss started on June 19 after the first day’s play was marred by rain. In this, the Indian team batting first, all out for 217 runs. Rahane top-scored with 49 and Virat Kohli with 44. For New Zealand, Jamison took 5 wickets for 22 runs with 22 overs to spare. Then, New Zealand started their first innings with 101 for 2 at the end of the third day’s play. Devon Conway, who scored a double century in the Test series against England, was out for 54, while Tom Latham was out for 30. For India, Ashwin and Ishant took 1 wicket each.

In this situation, yesterday (June 21) the fourth day of the game was completely affected by rain, the fifth day of the game started an hour late today. But, the Indian bowlers are throwing very well. Pace, bounce, in swing, out swing alternately attack.

In particular, Shami’s throw was excellent. 2 balls in the first over he threw, see if Williamson’s hand saw the word. The players could not even guess where the ball was pitch and where it was going out. In this situation, the New Zealand team has lost that important wicket.

Just 11 runs

Yes !. Ross Taylor vacated. Shubman Gill, who was fielding on the cover of the shot, took the leading edge of the ball with a powerful ball thrown by Shami, dived the ball very far and caught. In fact, it was like that to see this wicket. Senior Ross Taylor could do nothing with that ball. He had no choice but to cover drive that storm ball. However, he was caught by Shubman for 11 off 37 balls.

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