saha: IND vs NZ: Saha injured… Andhra wicketkeeper dismissal: Big setback for India? – india vs new zealand test ks bharat is out with the gloves and not on the field

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The first match of the two-match Test series between India and New Zealand has begun. India won the toss and elected to bat and added 345/10 in the first innings.

New Zealand added 129/0 by the end of the second day. Tom Latham 50 (165) and Will Young 75 (180) were on the field. Currently, the third day of the game is underway.

Retirement for Saha:

At the start of the third day, the Indian team entered the field for fielding. While wicket-keeper Viruthan Saha is also expected to return, he will be followed by Andhra Pradesh wicketkeeper K.S. Bharath banged in as the wicket-keeper. He played for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the recent 14th season of IPL.

What about Saha?

Following this, information was released as to why Saha did not bang. He is said to have retired due to pain in his neck. However, no definite announcement has been made so far about his bang. Thus, his batting is questionable. New Zealand are 150 for no loss in the first innings.

Thus, with the Indian team forced to score big in the second innings, Saha’s injury is seen as a setback for the team.


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