Tuesday, November 30, 2021

IND vs NZ 1st Test: R Ashwin at it again as New Zealand pacer Tim Southee complains to umpire about India batter running on pitch – Latest Cricket News


New Zealand pacers Tim Southee and R Ashwin once again appeared in the first Test between India and New Zealand. During the first session on Friday, there was an altercation between the two during the second day’s play. During the first session, Saudi complained to the field umpire about Ashwin running in the middle of the pitch. After this, there was a war of words between the two.

This incident happened in the 93rd over of Team India’s innings. After Wriddhiman Saha’s wicket fell, Ashwin came out to bat. Ashwin opened his account on the very first ball and ran for two runs. After this, on the next ball, Ashwin played a shot towards backward point and tried to steal a run. Shreyas Iyer, standing at the non-striker’s end, refused to take the run and sent him back. During this Ashwin ran in the middle of the pitch. After this both completed one run after over throw.

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R Ashwin running into the middle of the pitch made the Saudis angry and complained to the field umpire Virender Sharma. After this Virender Sharma warned Ashwin. After this, there was a war of words between the two. The two also clashed during the match between Delhi Capitals and Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL 2021. After the ball hit Rishabh Pant’s bat, Ashwin ran for extra runs, due to which Saudi looked quite unhappy.

Talking about the match, India scored 345 runs in their first innings. Shreyas Iyer scored 105 runs for India. For the Kiwis, Southee took five wickets while bowling brilliantly and dismissed Ravindra Jadeja, Wriddhiman Saha, Shreyas Iyer and Axar Patel during the second day’s play.

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