New Zealand took a huge win over India in another eventful day of the Test Cricket held in Christchurch. India with six wickets down and lead runs being 97 which is least in number made black caps win over them so comfortably. New Zealand began to bat and scored 63-0 whereas Indian bowlers were to happen in the game making the Kiwis out for 235. Indian batsman once again failed in the success process as they couldn’t keep more runs on board as they ended up the day with a score of 90-6.
What so ever, the pacer Jasprot Bumrah doesn’t want to blame any batsman for his failure as it some time natural having bad outing which he believes.
Bumrah when asked about the game at the end of the day, he replied “We don’t want to play a blame game and we never look at blaming anyone in our team. If in case, we don’t pick any wickets being in the bowling team then that doesn’t give any meaning of giving liberty to batsmen to take our case, right? “
Bumrah said “ Hanuma and Rishabh being at crease, he is very positive about India making push for a fighting total. For the visitors, all rounder Ravindra Jadeja performance was too handy.”
“Every one in team want to push the score hard but the situation doesn’t vary some times. We would look to push our two left batsmen. We all together work hard and try to score as many as we can and see how it goes.”
“We working hard and didn’t want to lose wickets but more number of count were list. We don’t want to blame anyone and we do keep trying every one together.”