India vs New Zealand: Wasim Jaffer has made an interesting suggestion. In addition, to assist India in countering the “Kyle Jamieson threat.” Jamieson is a six-foot-eight-inch pacer. In the first India-New Zealand Test in Kanpur, he took three wickets in each innings. Jamieson also struck 28 runs to help the visitors tie the game in the last session. On Twitter, he’s been up to his old tricks. A photo of the New Zealand team was posted by Jaffer. Along with a height limit board, which is commonly found at children’s fairs. Wasim Jaffer hinted that the second Test would be held at the Wankhade Stadium. One of these boards should be there to prevent the pacer from entering the ground.
Wasim Jaffer posted on Twitter
India vs New Zealand: “One way to negate the Jamieson threat could be to put this height limit outside Wankhede #INDvNZ,” Wasim Jaffer captioned.
In his nine-year career, he has won nine tests. Kyle Jamieson has already faced India four times. In these matches, he has picked up 22 wickets. At an average of 15.41 and a strike rate of 39.09. Also, Jamieson and his outswing and ability to seam the ball. Both ways and extracting awkward bounce from every surface have troubled most of India’s best batters.
India vs New Zealand: Furthermore, Kyle Jamieson was one of the main causes behind this. Also, the reason for India’s failure in the final of the World Test Championship. Virat Kohli, the Indian Test, and ODI captain have been one of Jamieson’s favorite batters to bowl against. Kohli was the Kiwi pacer’s second-ever Test wicket after that. In early 2020, he made his debut against India. Since then, the two have battled it out for 84 deliveries. With the batter being struck out twice and averaging a 10.
Lastly, Kyle Jamieson was responsible for Kohli’s dismissal in both innings of the WTC final. It will come as no surprise if the two Royal Challengers Bangalore teammates go head to head. The Mumbai Test is also defined by strong rivals and masters of their professions. Then it’s on to their respective teams’ series.