Thursday, June 24, 2021

Broad hits a six off Wagner; latter makes a great comeback

The first Test match between England and New Zealand has been nothing short of a spectacle. Be it openers, tail-enders, they have been trying their best to make the match more entertaining.

As far as New Zealand is concerned, they posted 378 in the first innings. Devon Conway etched his name in the record books after scoring his maiden double century on his Test debut.

His innings was eclipsed with as many as 22 fours and a six at The Lord’s Cricket Ground. His partner Henry Nicholls showcased great character by scoring 61 including 4 boundaries.

New Zealand’s tail-ender Neil Wagner who is currently recognized as the best No.11 batsman has scored 25 off 21 balls including 3 fours and a six.

Video: Broad hits a six off Wagner; latter makes a great comeback

Wagner sparked the rivalry by hitting a superb six off Stuart Broad’s bowling in the first innings. The video of which went viral on social media platforms. Even Broad gave an interesting reaction to the shot.

England bowlers restricted Kiwis inside 400. Ollie Robinson took 4 wickets to his name while the likes of Mark Wood and James Anderson took 3 and 2 wickets respectively.

Broad hits a spectacular six and Wagner makes a perfect comeback

However, in England’s first innings, Stuart Broad hogged the limelight when he hit a six off Neil Wagner’s bowling. This was purely entertaining and Wagner didn’t expect Broad to have a go at him in the first place.

Nonetheless, there was something else in store for the cricket fans. Neil Wagner took perfect revenge by crashing Broad’s stumps. This was one heck of a spectacular comeback by Wagner. Broad managed to score 10 runs.

Watch the video below:

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