Wicketkeeper showed finesse as Dhoni even after coming into the crease the batsman ran out

New Zealand vs England: The second match of the 2 match test series being played between New Zealand and England has come to a very exciting situation. England gave the hosts the follow-up in this match, after which the Kiwi team scored 483 runs in their second innings, giving England a target of 258 runs. By the end of the game on the fourth day, the English team had scored 48 runs for the loss of 1 wicket. Meanwhile, during the Kiwi team’s second innings, the way England goalkeeper Ben Fox ran past Michael Bracewell definitely reminded everyone of Dhoni.

Actually, Michael Bracewell tried to take 2 runs by playing a shot to the offside. After completing 1 run, he felt that he would easily complete the 2nd run as well. Meanwhile, England team captain Ben Stokes lobbed the ball towards goalkeeper Ben Fox and hit the stump as soon as he picked up the ball.

That’s why you pass your bat 😬

A wicket made from nothing! NZvESP pic.twitter.com/i52FQVyw2H

— Cricket on BT Sport (@btsportcricket) February 27, 2023

Michael Bracewell had gone into the crease at this point but no part of his bat or leg was touching the crease and because of this he had to run out and return to the pavilion. After this it didn’t take long for the England team to close out the Kiwi team’s second innings. English bowler Jack Leach took 5 wickets in this innings.

Kane Williamson played a brilliant century

Speaking of this Kiwi team entry, Kane Williamson played a major role in bringing the team to a fighting position in this match by scoring his 26th century in Test Cricket. With this century, Williamson has also become New Zealand’s leading run-scorer in this format.

Ross Taylor had scored 7683 runs in his Test career, in which he recorded 19 centuries and 35 half-century innings. At the same time, Kane Williamson has so far scored 7787 runs with the bat. During this, he has played 26 centuries and 33 half-century innings.


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