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IND vs NZ 2021: India Fraction Ahead I Think, We Hung Around A Bit – Kyle Jamieson After Day 1’s Play

New Zealand pacer Kyle Jamieson reckoned that India had taken a slight lead after the top of Day 1 however feels that a couple of fast wickets tomorrow morning will tilt the scales within the Kiwis’ favor.

Jamieson was sensible with the ball and seemed like probably the most harmful bowler of the day. He was rewarded early on when he took the wicket of Mayank Agarwal with a stunning outswinger. He got here again later to take away each Shubman Gill and Ajinkya Rahane and put the Kiwis on high.

Kyle Jamieson Rips Through Shubman Gill’s Defence On Day One

Not a huge amount going on. Found some swing early on and it was going up and down a little bit. Hardly played the last couple of months. Nice to get back onto the park and find some rhythm. Probably too good at times, hence the overstepping,” Jamieson stated on the finish of the day’s play.

“Need a good start in the morning” – Kyle Jamieson

Although India completed on high at 258/4, Kyle Jamieson believes simply a few wickets early morning can change the complexion of the sport. They may even have the brand new ball which is simply 4 overs outdated.

Shreyas Iyer, Ravindra Jadeja
Shreyas Iyer and Ravindra Jadeja are on the crease. (Image-BCCI/Twitter)

Hopefully the new ball swings a bit in the morning and we can get them. India fraction ahead I think but we hung around pretty well. Need a good start in the morning,” Jamieson added.

Gill made a well-crafted 52 within the first session whereas debutant, Shreyas Iyer, made the many of the afternoon and last session to succeed in 75* on the finish of Day 1. Ravindra Jadeja additionally proved to be an ready ally for Iyer as they placed on an unbeaten 113-run partnership for the fifth wicket.

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