Former England captain Michael Vaughan criticised Team India after their meek efficiency on the opening day of second Test towards New Zealand at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Saturday. Fast-bowler Kyle Jamieson scalped 5 wickets as India had been bundled out for 242. India had three half-centurions in their ranks however none of them may convert fifties into massive a whole lot as the hosts utterly dominated the day.
Mayank Agawal, Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane and Ravindra Jadeja had been dismissed in single digits whereas Rishabh Pant may solely muster 12 runs. Prithvi Shaw, Cheteshwar Pujara and Hanuma Vihari confirmed some resistence however couldn’t maintain the innings collectively for lengthy.
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At stumps, New Zealand had been 63/0, with opener Tom Latham and Tom Blundell blunting the Indian tempo assault simply in the ultimate session. India, however, had earlier misplaced six wickets in the session after Tea — from 194/4, they went to 242 all-out in no time.
Following India’s efficiency, Vaughan took to social media to say India had been schooled by New Zealand on the best way to play on such tracks. His put up learn: “NZ giving India a lesson in how to play in conditions where the ball moves through the air … They can’t be regarded as a great team till they start winning in places like NZ & England ..”
NZ giving India a lesson in the best way to play in circumstances the place the ball strikes by means of the air … They can’t be regarded as a great crew until they begin profitable in locations like NZ & England .. #NZvsIND
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) February 29, 2020
Indian batsmen had been responsible of enjoying rash pictures on the incorrect time and Hanuma Vihari additionally agreed to it in the course of the put up match press convention. He conceded the batsmen had been reason for their very own downfall.
“They bowled in good areas and knew what to expect from this track. Prithvi set the tone, Pujara spent time. All dismissals happened at wrong time. None of the dismissals were because of the pitch. Mostly it was because of batsmen’s error. Pitch was fair,” Vihari advised reporters.