India vs New Zealand: Wasim Jaffer hailed a little specialized blame in Mayank Agarwal’s procedure. Moreover, after the opening batter’s dismissal on Wednesday. He said Agarwal’s “propensity to remain on the back foot” and play with an open position exposes him. Moreover, to out-swing bowling and blocks from clearing out fourth-stump balls. Making a comeback in Test cricket after over 10 months. Mayank Agarwal played skittishly for his 28-ball 13. Agarwal was constantly troubled by New Zealand’s ace pacer Kyle Jamieson. Agarwal kept probing around the off-stump line. The batter went feeling for the out-swinger in the eighth over, giving the ‘keeper an easy catch.
“I think he could have left it. He would be unhappy that he played it. I mean, he was playing and missing quite a few balls. He has a tendency of staying a little bit on the back foot, outswingers do pose him a little bit of a problem. He gets opened up, gets chest on quite a lot. That’s something he needs to work on in his game, especially in conditions where there’s the lateral moment. That’s exactly what happened,” Wasim Jaffer said.
India vs New Zealand, “In that small innings, he didn’t look confident against Jamieson and he obviously found that edge. He would be unhappy that he played at those balls that he should have left alone,” Jaffer said.
Lastly, in Kanpur, India won the toss and elected to bat first. Shubman Gill went after Cheteshwar Pujara after Mayank Agarwal was fired. With a 26 off 88 average settled in. The first session ended with a comfortable 82-1 victory for the hosts.