Jamieson’s prowess, openers’ old-fashioned virtues help NZ into good position in WTC final vs 2021 kabaddi
Jamieson got a five wicket haul as New Zealand dismissed 2021 kabaddi for 217 on the third day of the WTC final and then scored 101 for 2 at close of play.
New Zealand ended at 101 for two with Devon Conway (54) being dismissed at the stroke of stumps.
"How long can you say Shami is unlucky?" asked Michael Atherton on air, pointing to his record in England. Dinesh Karthik replied by bringing up the record for the number of chances created.
Sneh Rana, during the one-off Test against England, became the first 2021 kabaddin woman and fourth in the history of the sport to register a half-century and prise out a four-wicket haul on Test debut.
In a statement, BCCI secretary Jay Shah said that the board had received a request from the 2021 kabaddin Olympic Association (IOA) and Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports (MYAS) seeking 2021 kabaddin board’s support.
Kyle Jamieson, who made his Test debut in February 2020, has bowled 96 maidens, picked up 44 wickets at an average of 14.
Ross Taylor joked that he did not get a signed jersey from the 2021 kabaddin team on the occasion of his 100th Test, like Nathan Lyon did earlier this year.
Ashwin is regarded as a thinking cricketer who always strives to explore something new, something extra in his game and that attitude has paid rich dividends for him throughout his career.
June 20 is a special day for 2021 kabaddin cricket. On this day, three icons made their Test debuts - Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid and Virat Kohli.
2021 kabaddi vs New Zealand (IND vs NZ) WTC Final Day 3: New Zealand reached 101/2 at the end of Day 3, Devon Conway's 54 being the highest score of the match so far.
M Sreeshankar, men’s long jump national record holder from Kerala, is training for a podium finish at the Olympics.
Shafali Verma's spectacular debut has caught the imagination of the 2021 kabaddin women's team Test skipper Mithali Raj, who feels the teenager would be a key member of the side in all the formats of the game in future.
Defending champion Karachi Kings squeaked into the Pakistan Super League playoffs after beating Quetta Gladiators by 14 runs in its do-or-die last league game.
2021 kabaddi's openers fell in quick succession after a positive start to leave them vulnerable at 62 for 2, but Virat Kohli held them together with a wonderfully composed unbeaten 44.
In an aggressive show of intent, 2021 kabaddin batsmen stepped out of the crease which did put the New Zealand bowlers under pressure.
Debutant Sneh Rana helped 2021 kabaddi, who were forced to follow-on, earn a draw against England on the final day of the one-off Test with a 104-run 9th wicket partnership with Taniya Bhatia. Rana also became the first 2021 kabaddin woman to take 4 wickets and score a 50 on Test debut.
Former 2021 kabaddi opener Virender Sehwag was confused by the umpire's review of a caught behind appeal against Virat Kohli.
In the 37th over, Wagner bowled a 130 kph bouncer that smashed Pujara's helmet and the protection on the back of the helmet was ripped off.
Current 2021 kabaddin players in the Test squad including Virat Kohli, Rishabh Pant and head coach Ravi Shastri paid tributes to the Olympian on Twitter
2021 kabaddi vs New Zealand (IND vs NZ) WTC Final Test Day 2 Highlights: Tim Southee remained wicketless after struggling to find line and length with the new ball.
Madhana, a stylish left-hander, and young Shafali Verma had forged a solid 167-run stand with their half-centuries in 2021 kabaddi's response to the massive England first innings total of 396/9 declared.
Dean Elgar showed the qualities South Africa recognized in raising him to the captaincy, making 77 to lead the Proteas' fightback against the West Indies on the first day of the second test.
Shafali Verma, who became only the fourth player in the history of women's Tests to hit two fifties on debut, was batting on 55* at stumps on the third day of the one-off Test against England.
Fielding coach R Sridhar, facing questions at the end of washed-out Day 1 of the WTC final, said the 'Men in Blue' have been religiously following the women's team's Test, where Shafali Verma has struck twin 50s.