IND vs NZ: The first match of the ongoing three-match T20 series between India and New Zealand has been rained off. Now the second match will be played on Sunday 20 November at Mount Manganui. Before this match, one such player of the Kiwi team has become fit, whose record against the Indian team has been excellent. Especially in the finals of the World Test Championship, he had harassed all the batsmen from Virat Kohli to a lot. Now you must also be wondering which player we are talking about.
Let us tell you that New Zealand’s star pacer and currently the tallest fast bowler Kyle Jamieson has now recovered from his injury. He was injured in the series against England in June this year. Talking about his performances, since his debut in February 2020, Jamieson has been seen performing brilliantly for New Zealand with both bat and ball in all formats of cricket, especially in Test matches. It was his 5 for 31 that helped the Kiwis beat India in the World Test Championship final in June 2021.
Said this on the India-New Zealand series
In an interview, Kyle Jamieson also talked about his injury and the current India-New Zealand series. According to the INS report, Jamieson said, “Hopefully this (series) will be good for New Zealand positively. But, it will be exciting matches as always and there will be a tough competition. I am sure that once again it will happen.” It remains to be seen. But hopefully we will get a positive result. Lockie Ferguson is bowling at a good pace, hopefully he will do well for the Kiwis.”
However, Kyle Jamieson is not a part of the squad for the current series between India and New Zealand. He is expected to make a comeback when the Kiwis play two Tests and three ODIs against Pakistan from next month. But due to his fitness, the Kiwi team must have breathed a lot of relief. Because he is a player who contributes not only with the ball but also with the bat. Jamieson has played 16 Tests, 8 ODIs and 8 T20 Internationals for New Zealand. He has 72 Test, 11 ODI and 4 T20 International wickets to his name. Talking about runs, he has also scored 372 runs in Test cricket with one half-century.
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