- Shubman Gill was fired for 52 by Kyle Jamieson.
- Kyle Jamieson took 3 wickets the first day.
- India scored 258 for the loss of 4 wickets on the first day of the Kanpur Test.
Kanpur. Indian batsman Shubman Gill has praised New Zealand pacemaker Kyle Jamieson, saying he didn’t expect him to start back swinging right after lunch on the first day of the first test. Gill was fired for 52 of Jamieson’s delivery.
“I think he threw well on the first spell. He threw very well after lunch. Sometimes it’s hard to tell when the ball will reverse swing and I didn’t think the reverse swing would start coming so soon. You have to assess the situation quickly. On this one. input, I couldn’t detect the ball that way, I didn’t expect the ball to reverse swing like this.
He faced New Zealand spinners Aijaz Patel and Will Somerville brilliantly and recognized Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja for playing in the nets. “If you play with two of the best spinners in the nets, it’s a huge advantage. In such a situation, it helps to play at the crucial moments.” Gill praised Shreyas Iyer for handling the situation after three wickets fell. He seemed happy even afterwards. of playing in front of the audience after a long time.
He said: “Absolutely. It feels good to have played in front of the audience after such a long time. I opened the tickets for my state team, India A, and also played in the middle order. It’s more a question of mindset than technique.” He expressed his happiness to play under the guidance of Rahul Dravid, with whom he played in the early U-19 days of his career.