ENG vs NZ 2nd Test: New Zealand got a big blow, stormy bowler was out of the middle match


New Delhi. The current tour of England has not brought much good news for the New Zealand cricket team so far. Just before the start of the second Test, team captain Kane Williamson was ruled out of the match due to being found corona positive. Now due to the injury of pacer Kyle Jameson, the difficulties of the Kiwi team have increased further. Jameson will miss the field on the fourth day of the Nottingham Test due to back pain. New Zealand have already lost all-rounder Colin de Grandhomme to injury in this series and now Jamieson’s injury has added to the team’s troubles.

Jameson left the field in the middle of his 17 overs on the third day of the Nottingham Test. Later, the team management had informed that there was a severe pain in his lower back on the left side. For this reason he had to come out of the field. He will have an MRI scan to find out why this pain has arisen and after that report, a decision will be taken on whether he will play for the Nottingham Test. However, there is little hope of him landing in this test now. Despite Jameson’s presence, the New Zealand team could not rein in England’s run rate and the hosts scored 473 runs for the loss of five wickets on the third day.

ENG vs NZ 2nd Test: Kyle Jameson will miss the field on the fourth day of the Nottingham Test due to injury. (Blackcaps twitter)

Jameson gave a total of 66 runs in 16.3 overs before leaving the field and he did not get a single breakthrough. Two years after his debut, he proved to be the most expensive in a Test innings.

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Jameson took 6 wickets in the Lord’s Test
Jameson bowled brilliantly in the Lord’s Test last week and took a total of 6 wickets in the match. However, that Test was lost by five wickets in New Zealand. But, Jameson had moved to third place in the bowlers’ Test rankings. The good thing for New Zealand is that there is a gap of 7 days between this Test and the third match at Headingley. In such a situation, if Jameson’s injury is not deep, then he can return to the field. At the same time, there is also Neil Wagner in New Zealand’s squad.

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