INDvNZ: Day 1 India – 221-4 after 70 overs; Mayank Shines

    India Versus New Zealand : Day 1 India – 221-4 after 70 overs, Mayank Agarwal scores a century while Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara were dismissed for a duck. The home team opted to bat and the openers pitched in an 80-run partnership.

    New Zealand bowler Ajaz Patel has kept the pressure on India by taking four wickets. Both teams look to win this game after the dramatic last-ball draw in the first Test match between India Versus New Zealand

    IndVsNz – Ishant Sharma Injured

    Great partnership between Mayank and Wriddhiman Saha – Image courtesy BCCI Twitter

    Meanwhile, during the final day of the first Test match in Kanpur, fast bowler Ishant Sharma dislocated his left little finger. As a result, he will miss the 2nd Test in Mumbai. His condition will be closely monitored by the BCCI Medical Team.

    Ravindra Jadeja, an all-rounder, sustained a right forearm injury during the first Test match at Kanpur. He was diagnosed with a swelling on his forearm after getting tests. He has been told to take it easy and will therefore miss the 2nd Test in Mumbai.

    On the penultimate day of the first Test match in Kanpur, Ajinkya Rahane suffered a slight left hamstring injury while fielding. He has been ruled out of the 2nd Test in Mumbai because he has not fully recovered. The BCCI Medical staff will keep a close eye on his progress.


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