New Zealand’s Kyle Jamieson said after taking five wickets in the second Test against India – the Indian batsmen looked a bit indecisive against the short ball.
India was all out for 242 in the first innings. Cheteshwar Pujara and Hanuma Vihari performed brilliantly for the Indian team.
Kyle Jamieson took wickets in the second Test match, – Prithvi Shaw, Cheteshwar Pujara, Rishabh Pant, Umesh Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja.
Kyle Jamieson told reporters after the second Test match, “The wicket does not do as much as it does in Wellington. We had to stick there for long periods of time. The ball was still moving a little bit. They played a few more shots than they did in Wellington. The pitch probably allowed them to, but I guess their guys looked a bit indecisive against the short ball.”
“Probably the high point for me was to see how good we were as a team, to take 10 wickets and restrict the Indians was pretty special. To be no wickets down at stumps marks a pretty good day of Test cricket for us,” Jamieson added.
New Zealand ended the day one at 63/0.
Kyle Jamieson said, “When you win the toss and bowl first, bundling the opposition out is a pretty good way to go. As a bowling unit, we were good in the first Test and we were good here. We were clear in our plans and we bowled in partnerships.”