In the first Test at Lord’s, New Zealand set a target of 273 to win against England. Chase, who scored over 100 runs for the loss of 2 wickets. However, looking at the defensive line of England batsmen, it is clear that they are not playing this Test to win. Former India cricketer Wasim Jaafar has trotted the England team in memory of this.
– Wasim Jaffer (@ Wasim Jaffer14) June 6, 2021
Jafar shared the calculation on his Twitter, ‘If you are not even trying to chase the target of 3.6 per over in your home, what do you do when WTC points are not at risk? Can you ever try? This is not good publicity for Test cricket. The calculation shared by Jafar is based on a Bollywood film which is written as ‘Ka Gunda Banega Re Tu’. Recently, Jafar and former England captain Michael Vaughan were seen fighting on Twitter. In fact, Vaughan said in an interview that he wanted to ban Zafar from social media, to which the former Indian batsman answered.
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Previously, when New Zealand were bowled out for 169 for six in the second innings, rain-free breaks were to be taken prematurely and New Zealand declared their second innings on the same score. Fast bowler Allie Robinson, who made his England debut, took a spectacular second innings, taking three for 26. Tom Lantham scored 36 in the second innings for New Zealand, while veteran batsman Ross Taylor scored 33.