Wellington Test: Mayank Agarwal's half-century to tea, India's rating 78/2

by Jeremy Spirogis
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After the match between quick bowler Trent Boult and the good batting of Indian batsman Mayank Agarwal, Team India scored 78 runs shedding two wickets until the third day of the Wellington Test in opposition to New Zealand. Team India are trailing by 105 runs after the top of the second session. Mayank remained on the crease after scoring 52 runs from 81 balls.

The third day began with the primary innings of the Kiwi staff which was decreased to 348 runs. <! –

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                 After which, the primary blow to batting staff India was hurried. In the eighth over, Bolt had opener Prithvi Shaw caught by Tom Latham. Due to not having the ability to stroll on the ball that went out within the first innings, Shaw was caught studying the ball coming on this time and was caught out making an attempt to play within the air.

After shedding the primary wicket on 27 runs, Cheteshwar Pujara teamed up with Agarwal to advance the innings. Both batsmen confronted the tempo assault of the Kiwi staff. Meanwhile, Mayank hit a fourth half-century of his Test profession.

New Zealand scored 348 runs, gained 183 runs lead

However, Bolt broke this half-century partnership by bowling Pujara simply earlier than the tee break. On the final ball of the 32nd over, Pujara couldn’t learn the road of the ball coming in and was daring in making an attempt to play additional. Pujara returned to the pavilion after scoring 11 runs off 81 balls.

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