The final of the ICC World Test Championship is being played between India and New Zealand at the Aegis Bowl in Southampton. The reserve day game has just begun. New Zealand wicketkeeper BJ Watling is playing his last Test despite being injured in the last Test. His move is highly praised. During the first session of Wednesday’s reserve day, the ring finger of his right hand was moved.
Watling was injured when Ravindra Jadeja ran out. Jadeja tries to take a single off Neal Wagner’s delivery. Meanwhile, India captain Kane Williamson threw a throw to dismiss. At this time Watling was wounded. New Zealand Cricket later confirmed on social media that Watling’s finger had been moved. New Zealand Cricket tweeted, ‘In the first session, BJ Watling’s right ring finger was dislocated and he underwent treatment before returning to the field during the break.
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The 35-year-old Watling announced his retirement from international cricket following the WTC final against India last month. Virat Kohli also congratulated him before Wednesday’s match. Kohli went to congratulate him before bowling the first delivery on the sixth day. Watling scored 3739 runs in 73 Tests for New Zealand. He has scored 8 centuries in his Test career. He has played 28 ODIs and 5 T20s for the Kiwi team. He has scored 575 runs in ODIs and 38 runs in T20s.
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