Indian batsmen's poor efficiency on the New Zealand pitches continued on the primary day of the second Test match began on Saturday and on this, former England captain Michael Vaughan has stated that if the Indian workforce desires to be a fantastic workforce then it ought to win in England and New Zealand Will occur.
Vaughn wrote on Twitter, "New Zealand is educating India easy methods to play in conditions the place the ball waves within the air .. <! –
If India doesn’t begin successful in New Zealand and England, it can not turn out to be a fantastic workforce. "
NZ giving India a lesson in easy methods to play in situations the place the ball strikes by the air. They can't be considered a fantastic workforce until they begin successful in locations like NZ & England .. #NZvsIND
– Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) February 29, 2020
On the primary day of the match, the Indian workforce collapsed for 242 runs. Half-centuries from Prithvi Shaw, Cheteshwar Pujara and Hanuma Vihari additionally contributed to India in reaching this objective.
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