India and New Zealand reached the judgment day tomorrow as the test match reaches its last stage. New Zealand needs 280 runs in 90 overs to win the match and New Zealand already lost their one wicket of Will Young today.
New Zealand played their few overs today and in that overs, they lost their lethal opener, Will Young. Will got LBW by Ravichandran Ashwin, but a little bit controversial scene has been created at the Kanpur Ground. Will Young decided to take the RS after 15 seconds, as per rules by ICC no player would take the DRS after the time limit got over.
Ajinkya Rahane and Ravi Ashwin came forward against the decision of Will Young and Empire to go with Ajinkya Rahane and will young leave the ground after scoring 2 runs. It is important to take the wicket of Will Young as in the first inning both New Zealand openers have created some cost for Indian bowlers.
The incident in cricket history when DRS time limit got over
There are many incidents in cricket history when cricketers took the DRS after the time got over. On December 3, 2020, Virat Kohli also took the lead DRS review against Matthew Wade. Then also Australian team about the appeal of Virat Kohli as he is quite late for appealing. Add the Sydney test in 2020, Tim Paine also did this type of mistake.
As Tim Paine took the DRS review of Ajinkya Rahane after the 15 got over. Nathan lion was bowling D Ajinkya Rahane in the 40th over and the incident took place. ICC after introducing DRS is strictly restricted to the rules. 15 seconds are given to the team for opposing the decision. After the 15 seconds got over even if the appeal is correct then also review can’t be taken into consideration.
India versus New Zealand 1st Test, Kanpur
India in the first innings scores 345 runs which includes Shreyas Iyer’s magnificent 105 runs knock. Tim Southee took a five-wicket haul against India and this is not the first time he did so against India. When New Zealand came to bat in their first innings they lose momentum even after getting a 120+ run opening partnership.
New Zealand got all out on 96 runs and India got the lead. When India came to bat in the second innings, New Zealand bowlers proved to be dangerous as India score 236-7 and declared the innings. New Zealand now needs 284 runs to win the match.
By ending of the third session on day four, New Zealand lost their opener Will Young on just 2 runs. Robin Ashwin took the wicket of Will Young and give the momentum to India. Tomorrow is the judgment day of the first test, let’s see what’s happens