An Indian fan’s reaction on day 6 of the WTC final at the Hampshire Bowl has now gone viral after Ajinkya Rahane’s dismissal during the second innings of the match.
Ajinkya Rahane scored 49 in the first innings while Indian captain Virat Kohli hit 44. On the other side, Kyle Jamieson took 5 wickets to his name in the WTC Final. Indian bowlers worked collectively and skittled out the Kiwis for 249. New Zealand managed to add 32 runs more than India. In reply, India made 170 and gave New Zealand 139 to chase.
Social media was reactive on every stand-out moment during the historic ICC World Test Championship final between India and New Zealand. TV cameras spot something interesting among the stands and cricket fans on social media spread it like wildfire. In World Cup 2019 we saw an angry Pakistan fan go viral, likewise an Indian fan’s colorful reaction video has caught attention on social media.
The Indian fans’ reaction changed from ecstasy to agony when Trent Boult got rid of Ajinkya Rahane, who made just 15 runs and fell in trap by playing down the leg side after conceding a boundary on the Reserve Day of the historic World Test Championship final between India and New Zealand.
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New Zealand win the inaugural edition of the WTC final
New Zealand defeated India by eight wickets at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton to win the inaugural edition of the ICC World Test Championship. Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor added 96 runs for the third wicket to steer the Black Caps home.
With two entire days washed out, and a reserve day in play, India were asked to bat first in overcast conditions that were not suited for batting. Kyle Jamieson ran down the Indian batting before the Kiwis got a slender first-innings lead.
India responded with a total of 170 in the second innings, but only managed to set the Kiwis 139 in 53 overs. In the final chase, India gave it their all, but it was the grit and experience of the Kiwi veterans that took the Black Caps home.
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