At the end of the 15-goal day in Hamilton, New Zealand, everyone is confident they will take the lead 1-0 in the two-test series. Tim Southee started the massacre by sending back John Campbell, returning 4 to 35 in the first West Indies insertion as the guests went from 53 without a loss to 138 all before continuing and ending on the third day of 1962. about 6, still behind 185. And for Southee the difference was that New Zealand “knew where we should be for a long time”.
Campbell and Craig Brathwight had responded to New Zealand’s 519 for 7, which was declared when the game ended the second day, but without losing a loss, the West Indies city came in a safe 49th place without loss but swung more with an older ball and westerly wind in Seddon Park, South said. affects.
“It was nice, it’s one of the few reasons to prefer a break. But we appreciated it last night and we weren’t far away,” he said in an interview with the press. “We knew where we needed to be for a long time, and we managed to get over early and get the ball rolling.”
While Southe has scored five goals so far, Neil Wagner (four) and Kail Jameson (three) have also been among the goals, and the high Jameson, who has previously scored an unbeatable 51 points, has received special praise from Saue.
“He’s been a great addition to the back of last summer, and he’s been shown here again with both a bat and a ball,” said Dienee of Jameson, who made his debut in the Test against India last summer as a substitute for Lockie Ferguson and has played in all three New Zealand tests. Since then. “So he’s had a big gain on the side and added another option. Apparently you’ve got yourself and Trento [Boult], left and right hand to swing it. Wags [Wagner] do your thing and then you have a tall guy [Jamieson], which touches some challenging places. “
Southi currently competes in 289 test goals, and although he is focused on winning the Test and the series against the West Indies, he said he is aware of the 300-goal benchmark.
“[You] probably not chase [such milestones]”he said.” It’s something that when played long enough, these things happen. But yes, it will be something special if I get there.
“Right now it’s about coming back tomorrow and picking up the rest of the gate. It’s just nice to contribute … and so far it’s going to be a lot of hard work.”
Kane Williamson’s team has had a dominant performance, so they have had some field losses. The two unbeatable bats – Germain Blackwood and Alzarri Joseph – were thrown one by one, and Jason Holders was twice dismissed in two bombs.
“We are not disappointed, we would have taken that position this morning,” he said. “Any time you are followed by a party, you know that at some point you have obviously played pretty well. So even though we weren’t so good in the last hour, you have to give Joseph some credit. And Blackwood – the way they did it.” took an offensive approach and was a little lucky along the way.
“But they played positive cricket, and we were a little off this last session, too [we need to] restart and go again tomorrow. “