Published on: November 26, 2021
New Zealand Pacer Kyle Jamieson starred in three wickets on the first day of the Kanpur Test against India. He said that he and Tim Sousie liked bowling early on because of Some sports, things seem familiar. New Zealand has provided a lot of seams and swings in its hometown, and Jamison is happy to find some help in Kanpur.
The tall fast bowler got the key scalps of Mayank Agarwal, Shubman Gill and Ajinkya Rahane, and before the debut of Shreyas Iyer (75*) and Ravindra Jadeja (50*) lifted the hosts for a century, he gave India brings pressure.
At the end of the first day of the game, Jamieson asserted that the tourists bowling was very good. He said: “I think we were pretty good. Of course, we had discussions before the game, and we were fortunate to be able to spot some trends early on, which is more familiar to us. So we are back to this point.”
Jamison did not appear in the T20 World Cup, nor did he appear in the T20I series against India. The 26-year-old described the unexpected break as a blessing in disguise. He pointed out, “It’s good to be back there. It’s probably a good thing to have no game time. I have every opportunity to take a step back and actually work (my game), so at the end of the long year, when you really have a chance to retire In the latter step, it was very pleasant, and it was a pleasure to return to the park to play cricket.”
In India’s opener, Shubmangil scored a fluent 52 before being cleaned up by Jamison, admitting that he did not expect the ball to reverse so early. He also praised the New Zealand pacemaker for making life difficult for Indian batsmen.
The young man commented: “Sometimes, it’s hard to start knowing when it’s reverse swing, especially after returning from lunch. I didn’t expect the ball to reverse in the early stages of the game.
“That’s the problem of the cricket test. You have to read the conditions quickly. In this particular game, I couldn’t read the ball as well as ordinary people. I didn’t expect the ball to reverse,” he added.
India will resume their 4 rounds with 258 rounds on the second day of the Kanpur test. Al is 25 years away from becoming the latest Indian to break a hundred in the test debut.