Monday, November 29, 2021

IND vs NZ 1st Test: Shubman Gill says I failed to read the line because I didn’t expect Kyle Jamieson to get reverse swing so early – Latest Cricket News

On the first day of the first Test between India and New Zealand, India opener Shubman Gill hit a fifty. However, he was dismissed by Jamieson soon after lunch. Gill told a press conference after the end of the day’s play that he did not expect New Zealand fast bowler Kyle Jamieson to get reverse swing so soon. So he could not read Jamieson’s ball and got out.

Gill praised Jamieson, saying, “Looks like he (Jamesson) bowled really well today, especially in the first spell. He bowled very well against me. When I came to bat after lunch, he was on top of the entire over. In fact, the entire spell that he bowled was in good rhythm. Gill added, “Sometimes it is difficult to know when the ball will start reverse swing and especially after coming back after lunch, I did not think that reverse swing would start so soon.”

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Gill said that this is what happens in Test cricket. You have to assess the situation quickly. In this innings, I could not detect the ball that way. I didn’t expect the ball to reverse swing so quickly. Talking about the match, India scored 258 for 4 at the end of the first day. Shreyas Iyer is unbeaten on 75 and Ravindra Jadeja on 50. There was an unbeaten partnership of 113 runs between these two. Kyle Jamieson took the most three wickets for the Kiwis. Gill expressed hope that India will put up a big score tomorrow.

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