Cricket: India score 90/6 on second day

Cricket: India score 90/6 on second day

Christchurch   (Mahamedia)  The Indian team has scored 90 runs for 6 wickets in the second innings of the Christchurch Test against New Zealand. Team India had scored 242 runs in the first innings. In the match, New Zealand were able to score 235 runs in the first innings on Sunday. In this sense, India has a 97-run lead against the Kiwi team. Hanuma Vihari (5) and Rishabh Pant (1) are unbeaten. Captain Virat Kohli failed to score big in the fourth consecutive innings of the series. He scored 2 and 19 in the Wellington match. While only 3 and 14 runs could be scored in this test. New Zealand lead 1-0 in the two-Test series.

New Zealand's Trent Boult dismissed 3 Indian players Mayank Agarwal, Cheteshwar Pujara and Umesh Yadav. He lbw Mayank for 3 runs. Pujara was bowled by Bolt for 24 runs. At the same time, Umesh, who came to bat as a night watchman, was bowled on his ball by scoring 1 run.
besides Ajinkya Rahane was bowled by Neil Wagner for 9 runs. Kohli was lbw by Colin de Grandholm. Prithvi Shaw, who played a half-century in the first innings, returned to the pavilion early after scoring 14 runs. His catch was taken by Tom Latham off Tim Southee.
India scored 242 runs in first innings, New Zealand team all out for 235 runs.

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