WTC Final: Team India Record This Unwanted Feat Against New Zealand

Team India Record This Unwanted Feat

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Southampton: It was also a shameful record for India in their defeat to New Zealand in the World Test Championship final. The Kiwis beat India by eight wickets to win their first World Test Championship.

In both innings of the match, not a single Indian batsman was able to score a half-century. No one was able to score a half-century or more.

Three Indian batsmen have scored over 40 runs in two innings. Captain Virat Kohli scored 44 in the first innings. Kyle Jamison returned the Indian captain with six runs to spare. Vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane came close to a half-century. Rahane fell for 49 in the first innings.

Rishabh Pant scored over 40 in the second innings. He scored 41 in the second innings. Rohit Sharma was India’s second highest individual scorer in the second innings. Hitman was born with 30 runs from his bat.

The same thing happened in the 2018 Test against England at Lord’s. No player has scored more than 50 in two innings that day. India were bowled out for 107 in the first innings and 130 in the second innings. England won the match by an innings and 159 runs.

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