During the primary match of the Test collection being performed within the Basin Reserve of Wellington, a enjoyable incident was witnessed on the sector on the primary day. New Zealand's captain Kane Williamson needed to run to the boundary line, chasing his personal take a look at cap on the sector.
Yes, throughout the rain-affected first day's sport, the Kiwi captain needed to run to the boundary to put on his cap once more. Actually, there have been sturdy winds throughout the match. Williamson's cap flew off his head because of the wind. Williamson saved operating to the top to catch the cap. He misplaced and his cap crossed the boundary and went for fours.
Fans made enjoyable feedback on social media after this incident. <! –
– Rohit Sharma Fan Club (@DeepPhuyal) February 21, 2020
Oops! So windy at Basin Reserve that it blows away captain Kane Williamson's cap, and he chases it from mid-off however the wind takes it previous boundary !!! @ RishabhPant17 1 * and @ ajinkyarahane88 34 * battling windy situations, 109/5 / 47th #NZvsIND
– G Krishnan (@gikkukrishnan) February 21, 2020
During the primary day's sport, the Indian batting order was seen to be utterly faltering. During the rain-affected match, India have misplaced 5 necessary wickets by reaching 55 runs, batting 55 overs. Virat Kohli two, Hanuma Vihari seven, Cheteshwar Pujara 11, Prithvi Shaw 16 and Mayank Agarwal have been out for 34 runs.