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IND vs NZ 1st Test Wasim Jaffer Funny Tweet on Axar Patel Mistake

IND vs NZ: On the third day of the Kanpur Test, left-arm spinner Axar Patel bowled brilliantly. He took 5 wickets for 62 runs. Axar took the five-wicket haul for the 5th time in the fourth Test.

Excellent bowling by Axar Patel

The first match of the Test series between India and New Zealand is playing at the Green Park Stadium in Kanpur. On the third day, the bowlers of Team India bowled well. During this, left-arm spinner Axar Patel troubled the New Zealand batsmen a lot with his balls. Akshar took 5 wickets in this match against the Kiwi team. He made the record for India’s fastest five-wicket haul for the fifth time. Axar Patel, who took five wickets after the end of the match, was in conversation with senior bowler Ravichandran Ashwin. During this, after zooming the ball, it was found that the date written wrongly on it.

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Sharing a picture of Akshar interacting with veteran spinner Ravichandran Ashwin and wicketkeeper KS Bharat after the third day’s play. Jaffer wrote how the match ball that Axar was holding after setting the record for taking five wickets had the wrong date written on it. Wasim Jaffer tweeted and wrote, Axar Patel has made only one mistake today, he has written the date wrong on the match ball, he said 27th November is Bapu. Team India players of Akshar Patel are call Bapu.

Axar Patel replied

After this Axar Patel replied. It is the fault of Suryakumar Yadav, not mine, he has written. After this Wasim Jaffer further said that oh then what punishment should be given to Suryakumar Yadav, present him in front of Rahul Dravid. After this Suryakumar replied by making an emoji and said that I do this every day. Axar Patel took five wickets while bowling brilliantly in this match. During this, he made Tom Latham, Ross Taylor, Henry Nicholls, Tom Blundell, and Tim Southee his prey.

India took a lead of 63 runs

Meanwhile, the Indian team has scored 14 runs for the loss of one wicket in the first innings till the end of the third day’s play, taking their total lead to 63 runs. India had scored 345 runs in the first innings. In response, New Zealand was all out for 296 runs. Will Young scored 89 and Tom Latham scored 95 runs for New Zealand. Both had a partnership of 151 runs for the first wicket. R Ashwin broke the pair by dismissing Young. After this, the wickets of New Zealand fell rapidly and the entire innings reduced to 296 runs in 142.3 overs.

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