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10 Best Tweets On NZ’s Worst Batting Performance Against India

Wickets, wickets, and wickets! What a session it has been for team India. After posting a competitive total of 325 runs, riding on the stunning performance of the Indian opener Mayank Agarwal, the Indian bowlers put on a stellar show with the ball, leading to the collapse of the Kiwi batting order.

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The Indian bowlers were breathing fire at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Ravichandran Ashwin and Mohammed Siraj joined hands and put on a combined bowling effort to bundle out the Kiwis at only 62 in the first innings.

It is the lowest total of New Zealand against India. Mohammed Siraj was the one who kickstarted the magical bowling performance by India. He picked three early wickets to set the momentum right for his team and then the spinners did their job. Legendary spinner Ravichandran Ashwin weaved his magic with a four-wicket haul and Axar Patel and Jayant Yadav also contributed with their part.

It seemed like the Kiwis just surrendered to the deadly bowling of the Indian side. Only the two batsmen were able to score in double-digits, the rest of all them just surrendered to team India. This speaks volumes about the good the Indian side was and how bad the Kiwi batsmen played today.

The New Zealand cricket team will come out to bowl again as India has successfully managed to not enforce the follow-on. India will start with a huge lead of 263 runs in the second innings. The Kiwis will look forward to bowling India out quickly.

Meanwhile, fans on social media went berserk after the stunning performance of the Indian bowlers and came up with amazing reactions to it. From cricketers, experts to fans, everyone came up with amazing reactions to applaud the stunning efforts of the Indian bowlers.

Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:

https://twitter.com/shahidayoub_/status/1466984426445758464?s=20

 

Unnati Madan

I love watching cricket but writing about it came unexpectedly.

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