Ind vs Nz: Shreyas Iyer hits half century in debut test, India’s score crosses 200

India did not have a good start in the first Test against New Zealand being played in Kanpur and the first wicket fell in the form of Mayank Agarwal who was dismissed for just 13 runs. After this, Cheteshwar Pujara, who came to bat, shared a 50-run partnership with Gill and took India’s score to 82 runs by lunch. The Indian team, who came to bat after lunch, faltered. Cheteshwar Pujara, Gill and captain Rahane were soon dismissed. Gill scored his fourth half-century of his career. Gill’s half-century came after his seven Test innings.

Jamison’s Flame
The Kanpur pitch is usually dominated by spinners. But in today’s match, New Zealand pacer Kyle Jamieson kept the Indian batsmen under pressure with his brilliant bowling. This fast bowler has so far taken 3 wickets for India. Both openers Mayank Agarwal (13) and Gill (52) and captain Ajinkya Rahane (35) have been sent to the pavilion.

Iyer and Jadeja took over

Electing to bat after winning the toss, the Indian team got out for 145 for 4 wickets. After this, Shreyas Iyer and Ravindra Jadeja took over the innings. The partnership between these two batsmen has so far been 67 runs in 124 balls. During this, Shreyas Iyer scored his brilliant half-century. Shreyas Iyer’s name has also been added to the elite list of batsmen who scored half-centuries in the debut match. Iyer has scored 54 not out in 99 balls so far which includes 7 fours. The same Jadeja is playing 27 runs in 56 balls, which includes 3 fours.

Till the time of writing the news, India’s score is four wickets for 213 runs in 71.2 overs. Ravindra Jadeja is playing 27 off 58 balls and Shreyas Iyer is playing 54 runs in 102 balls.

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