Ind vs NZ 2nd Test Live: First day’s play over, India scored 221-4, Mayank scored a brilliant century

IND vs NZ 2nd Test Match Live: The second and last match of the Test series is being played between India and New Zealand in Mumbai. In today’s match, the match started late due to bad pitch and it started at 11:30. In this match, Kohli won the toss and decided to bat first. Opener Mayank Agarwal proved this decision of captain Kohli right and played a brilliant century of 120 runs. Mayank is still unbeaten with Saha. By the end of the first day’s play today, India’s score is 221-4.

Team India got off to a smooth start

The Indian team got a pretty straight start in today’s match. India lost its first wicket after scoring 50 runs. India got the first blow on the score of 80 when Shubhagan Gill returned to the pavilion after scoring 44 runs in 71 balls and caught by Ross Taylor off the delivery of Ajaz Patel. Ajaz Patel was the most successful bowler for New Zealand, he took four wickets. After the fall of the first wicket, Pujara, who came to the crease, was also dismissed without opening an account. After Pujara, the Indian team got an even bigger setback in the form of captain Kohli. He too got out without an account. After Kohli, the Indian innings was handled by Shreyas Iyer and Mayank Agarwal for some time, but Iyer was also dismissed on the score of 18 runs by Ajaz Patel.

Mayank and Saha at the crease

The good thing for India is that opener Mayank Agarwal is still present at the crease even after scoring a century. Wicket-keeper batsman Saha is present at the crease with Mayank. Saha 25 runs and Mayank 120 not out at the crease.


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