After enjoying a gritty innings, India wicket-keeper batter Wriddhiman Saha mentioned that he’s glad to contribute to the group’s trigger in the course of the ongoing first Test towards New Zealand, right here at Green Park Stadium on Sunday. The 37-year-old, who didn’t preserve wickets on Day three resulting from a stiff neck, performed a stable knock (61 not out) and impressed everybody together with his combating spirit.
The ache in his neck pressured Saha to vary his batting stance and physio additionally got here throughout breaks to verify him however he batted by way of all this to place India within the driver’s seat on the penultimate day. “Success is just not in what you’ve gotten, however who you might be. Glad to contribute to the Team’s trigger. @BCCI,” wrote Saha on his Twitter deal with.
Former India cricketer VVS Laxman additionally hailed wicketkeeper’s combating fifty in Kanpur. “What an excellent half-century from @Wriddhipops. To battle a stiff neck and to point out that battle and willpower displays the true character of this champion participant. Keep it up Wriddhi #NZvIND,” tweeted Laxman, who has labored intently with Saha at Sunrisers Hyderabad within the IPL.
New Zealand had been 4/1 at stumps on an absorbing day 4 of the continued first Test towards India. With simply in the future left within the match, New Zealand at the moment are confronted with a tall order of creating 280 runs with 9 wickets in hand.
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