ENG vs. NZ: Ross Taylor caught Joe Root, and fans began to applaud

On the fourth day of the first Test against England at Lord’s, the Kiwis bowled out the hosts for just 275 runs. For the team, fast bowler Tim Southee took six wickets for 43 runs to give his team a 103-run first innings lead. Due to rain and bad weather, even a ball could not be bowled on the third day of the match. On the fourth day England had a very poor start and the team lost captain Joe Root’s wicket in the first over. Kyle Jamieson got his wicket from experienced Ross Taylor. However, even after the clean-up, Taylor still felt the need to reunite with the umpire.

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However, when the umpire reviewed the replays later, he saw no problem with this catch. Following this decision by Ross Taylor, cricket fans have come to appreciate his athleticism. After the series, New Zealand will have to play the final of the World Test Championship against India. The match will be played from June 18 to 22 at the Aegis Bowl in Southampton. The Indian team has already attended the Aegis Bowl. The team has started preparations for the final of the World Test Championship from Saturday.

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The ball, caught by Taylor Jamison, forced the ball to come in and root for Root. This ended his 42-run innings. Root faced 113 deliveries in his innings and hit five boundaries. Opener Rory Burns scored 132 for England in this innings. Jamieson took the most wickets from New Zealand after Saudi. Together they took nine wickets for the Kiwi team. After bowling New Zealand for 275, the Kiwis scored 62 runs for the loss of two wickets in the second innings and a total of 165 runs. With only one day left in the game, the chances of getting a match are very low.

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