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Cricket: Jamieson, Conway put New Zealand in charge of WTC final

Cricket: Jamieson, Conway put New Zealand in charge of WTC final

20/6/2021 9:52:00 PM

Cricket : Jamieson, Conway put New Zealand in charge of WTC final

Kyle Jamieson wrecked India with the ball and opener Devon Conway compiled a half-century to put New Zealand in a commanding position in the final ...

BookmarkSOUTHAMPTON, England (Reuters) -Kyle Jamieson wrecked India with the ball and opener Devon Conway compiled a half-century to put New Zealand in a commanding position in the final of the inaugural World Test Championship (WTC) on Sunday.Jamieson claimed 5-31, his fifth five-wicket haul in his eighth test, to help bowl out India for a below-par 217.

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AdvertisementAdvertisementNew Zealand reached 101-2, 116 runs behind, when bad light forced early stumps at the Ageas Bowl.New Zealand captain Kane Williamson, batting on 12, and Ross Taylor, who was yet to score, will return on Monday looking to push for a significant first-innings lead.

Earlier, resuming on 146-3, India fell short of the 250-mark which they believed would be a par total at this ground.Jamieson, often using his 6'8" frame to generate extra bounce, picked up the prize wickets of a set Virat Kohli and the dangerous Rishabh Pant to effectively snuff out any such hopes. headtopics.com

AdvertisementAdvertisementIndia captain Kohli could not add to his overnight score of 44 and fell lbw, a decision he got reviewed but not overturned.Pant made four before perishing in the slips after a wild slash at an away-swinging delivery.Ajinkya Rahane made a dogged 49 but fell to a leg-side trap, pulling Neil Wagner to Tom Latham who had just been deployed at midwicket precisely for that kind of dismissal.

Ravichandran Ashwin made 22 but Jamieson returned to mow down the tail even though Mohammed Shami denied him a hat-trick.AdvertisementIndia lost their last three wickets in four deliveries.New Zealand mounted a strong reply with Latham, who scored 30, and Conway adding 70 runs for the opening stand.

In India's three-pronged seam attack, only Shami managed to trouble the openers with his ability to generate awkward bounce.Ashwin finally broke the stand, deceiving Latham with change of pace, but Conway could not be denied his fifty.The left-hander made 54 before chipping Ishant Sharma to Shami at mid-on in the final over.

Sunday's play began 30 minutes late because of a wet outfield. Rain had washed out the entire opening day's play on Friday and only 64.4 overs could be bowled on Saturday.The weather-hit match has a reserve day to make up for lost time. Read more: CNA »

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