NZ vs ENG 2nd Test: The second match of the three-match Test series between England and New Zealand is being played at Trent Bridge. On the first day of the match, the Kiwi team made a strong start by scoring 318 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. At the end of the day’s play, Daryl Mitchell remained unbeaten on 81 and Tom Blundell 67. Mitchell hit a total of two sixes during his innings, but one of these sixes made a lot of headlines. Actually, in Jack Leach’s over, he hit a six that fell straight into the beer glass of a fan sitting in the stadium. The video of this incident is becoming very viral on social media.
New Zealand team compensates for the loss of the fan
Shortly after this incident, the Burmese Army of England tweeted and informed that the New Zealand team has compensated for the loss of the fan and has given him a beer glass as a replacement. Everyone is praising this generosity of the Kiwi team. After the end of the day’s play, Michelle met this fan named Susan and also posed for some pictures with her.
Strong start for New Zealand in second Test
In the second match being played at Nottingham’s Trent Bridge ground, New Zealand’s team got off to a good start after losing the toss and opting to bat first. Openers Will Young and Tom Latham shared a brilliant 84-run partnership for the first wicket. Tom Latham 26 and Will Young returned to the pavilion after scoring 47 runs. After lunch, New Zealand lost the wickets of Henry Nicholls and Devon Conway. Nicholls was given life in the slips on the score of 16 runs by Jacques Crowley. He returned after scoring 30 runs off England captain Ben Stokes, caught by wicketkeeper Ben Fox. Three overs later, Fox took a catch of Conway (46) while the bowler was Jimmy Anderson. Daryl Mitchell is playing 81 runs in 147 balls and Tom Blundell 67 runs in 136 balls at stumps on the first day.