New Delhi: Where on the one hand exciting twists are coming in the ongoing second Test between India and Australia, on the other hand the contest between New Zealand and England is getting interesting. Stuart Broad’s dangerous bowling wreaked havoc on the third day of the ongoing first Test between New Zealand and England. Broad took 4 wickets for 21 runs in 10 overs, blowing the senses of the Kiwi team’s batsmen on the third day. The special thing is that he bowled out all the four batsmen. He bowled Kiwi batsman Tom Bundle on such a dangerous inswinger that the wicketkeeper just kept on posing.
The inswinger entered at the speed of a bullet
This scene was seen in the 14th over. Bundle was trying to save the Kiwi team running in trouble. He was playing by scoring 1 run in 9 balls. Meanwhile, Broad came to bowl over the wicket and bowled such a dangerous inswinger on the second ball that as soon as the ball hit the ball, it entered inside at the speed of a bullet and came out flying. Bundle, who scored 138 runs in the first innings, became the victim of Broad in the second innings and returned to the pavilion for just 1 run.
He’s only gone and bowled another 𝑶𝑵𝑬
Broad is rolling through this New Zealand team 🔥
This is mesmerising bowling from the Hawk 😍#NZvENG pic.twitter.com/EHkE7wOE07
— Cricket on BT Sport (@btsportcricket) February 18, 2023
Kiwi team needs 331 runs
Talking about the match, England has given New Zealand a target of 394 runs. Till stumps, 5 wickets of the Kiwi team have fallen for 63 runs. Now he has to score 331 runs in the next two days to win. Although the New Zealand batsmen are asking for water in front of the English bowlers, but anything can happen in cricket, so it will be interesting to see whether the New Zealand team manages to score 331 runs with 5 wickets in the next two days. . Michael Bracewell will take the field on the fourth day with 25 and Daryl Mitchell with 13 runs.