IND A vs NZ A, Day 1 Stumps: The third and final four-day match is being played between India and New Zealand A. In this match, winning the toss, the Indian team decided to bat first. However, on the very first day of the match, the Indian team was all out for 293 runs. For India, Rituraj Gaikwad batted brilliantly and scored a brilliant century of 108 runs in 127 balls with the help of 2 sixes and 12 fours. On the other hand, Matthew Fisher bowled brilliantly for New Zealand and took four wickets in his name.
Team India all out for 293 runs
Against New Zealand A today Indian team won the toss and decided to bat first. India’s decision to bat went well and captain Priyank Panchal and Abhimanyu Easwaran shared a 40-run partnership for the first wicket. At the same time, India got the first blow on the score of 40 runs. Captain Priyank Panchal became the victim of Matthew Fisher by scoring (5). At the same time, India got the second blow in the form of opener Easwaran, he returned to the pavilion on the ball of Solia after scoring (38). After the dismissal of both the openers, India’s innings was handled by Rituraj Gaikwada and Rajat Patidar and took the team’s score beyond 100. However, Rajat Patidar (30) became the second victim of Fisher by playing an innings of 111 runs.
At the same time, India’s fourth blow was also taken on the score of 111. When Sarfaraz (0) became the third victim of Fisher without opening an account. After the fall of four wickets, Gaikwad and wicket-keeper batsman Upendra Yadav handled India’s innings and played a century partnership. The fifth blow to the team was in the form of Gaikwad, he was dismissed by Joe Walker, playing a brilliant century of 108 runs in 127 balls with the help of 2 sixes and 12 fours. After this, Upendra Yadav stood from one end and he also played a half-century innings of 76 runs in 134 balls with the help of 2 sixes and 9 fours. Thanks to the innings of Gaikwad and Upendra Yadav, the Indian team was able to make a score of 293 in the first innings. However, the team got out on the very first day. For New Zealand, Matthew Fisher took 4, Jacob Duffy and Joe Walker 2-2 and Solia and Rachin Ravindra took 1-1 wickets.