India vs New Zealand, WTC Final Live Score, Day 3: Start Of Play On Day 3 Delayed “Due To A Wet Outfield” | Cricket News
India vs New Zealand Live Score: Virat Kohli will likely be aiming for a giant rating on Day 3.© AFP
With Virat Kohli including strain on opposition bowlers, India face New Zealand on Day 3 of their ongoing World Test Championship (WTC) Final, at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton on Sunday. After Day 1 was washed out, play resumed on Day 2 and India had been 146 for 3 at Stumps. Also, dangerous mild led to the umpires ending Day 2 early than its scheduled time. Team India captain Virat Kohli is presently unbeaten at 44 runs, and has confronted 124 balls. He will resume batting with Ajinkya Rahane (29 off 79 balls). Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill additionally made noteworthy contributions on Day 2. The openers scored 34 and 28 runs respectively. Meanwhile, Trent Boult, Kyle Jamieson and Neil Wagner took a wicket every for New Zealand on Day 2. On Day 3, India will likely be aiming to attain extra runs and enhance their strain on New Zealand. On the opposite hand, New Zealand will likely be aiming for a greater bowling show. (LIVE SCORECARD)
WTC Final Live Cricket Score And Updates Of India vs New Zealand, From The Ageas Bowl, Southampton
Play Delayed Due To Wet Outfield!
Looks like a delayed begin on Day 3.
Covers Being Removed!
Some excellent news as covers have been eliminated after morning rain.
Quick Recap- Day 2!
After a washed out opening day, play started on time on Day 2
- Kane Williamson gained the toss and determined to have a crack on the Indian openers.
- Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill shared a superb 62-run opening partnership earlier than the BlackCaps pacers eliminated each in fast succession.
- Soon after Lunch, India misplaced Cheteshwar Pujara. However, skipper Virat Kohli and his deputy Ajinkya Rahane added greater than 50 runs for the unbeaten fourth wicket as India took early Tea attributable to dangerous lights.
- Players, umpires and followers had been left annoyed when dangerous mild hindered play repeatedly and compelled early stumps.
Ind: 146/3 in 64.4 Overs (Kohli 44*, Rahane 29*)
NZ: Jamieson 1/14, Neil Wagner 1/28
Covers had been on 45-minutes again at The Ageas Bowl forward of Day 3 of the WTC Final.
Good afternoon and welcome everybody!
Good afternoon and welcome everybody to our dwell protection of Day 3 of the continuing World Test Championship (WTC) Final, at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton. India wrapped up Day 2 at 146 for 3 at Stumps, and will likely be aiming to construct on their momentum. Virat Kohli is presently unbeaten at 44 runs, and can resume batting with Ajinkya Rahane. Stay tuned people, for some thrilling cricket!
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