Mohammed Siraj Cleans Up Ross Taylor With A Peach Of A Delivery
By CricShots - Dec 4, 2021 2:52 pm
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India and New Zealand are locking horns with each other in the second Test of the two-match series at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. On Day 1, the Indian skipper, Virat Kohli went on to win the toss and decided to bat first. The pitch went on to look a bit grassy due to the constant rainfall in Mumbai for a couple of days. And it also had some assistance for the fast bowlers.

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Mohammed siraj bowled a brilliant opening spell

However, the spinners came into the attack with aggression. The pitch then went on to assist the spinners as the bowl was constantly turning. But India had a brilliant start to the innings as they went on to add 80 runs for teh opening wicket. However, Ajaz Patel went on to bowl brilliantly against the Indian batters.

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As a result of that, the Indian middle-order crumbled but failed in its approach. Moreover, Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara were gone for a duck. But Mayank Agarwal went on to bat beautifully. Moreover, he also went on to score a classic century.

He also went on to score 150 runs. And India only managed to reach teh tally of just 325 runs in the first innings of the second Test match against New Zealand. However, the Indian lower-order batsman Axar Patel went on to show immense potential. He went on to score a beautiful half-century. And India was all out at 325 in the first innings. This still looks like a par score on a spin-friendly wicket.

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Indian pacer, Mohammed Siraj went on to bowl a brilliant delivery against New Zealand in the first innings. Everything was perfect for him against the New Zealand batters. He took the wicket of Ross Taylor through a swinging bowl. Moreover, the swinging bowl went on to tuck the wickets away. Every fan in the stadium was in awe of the wicket. 

Here is the video of the dismissal: