How Kiwis dominated on Day 2 of New Zealand vs West Indies 2nd Test? Although the kiwis had a shaky start on day one. Because they managed to put up a score of 460 on the board on the second day. This was all thanks to the fabulous inning of Henry Nicolls and the last batsmen of the batting order.
New Zealand vs West Indies 2nd Test Day 2 Report: Henry Nicolls went on to score 174 runs on the second day. He was assisted by other batsmen BJ Watling (30 runs), Daryl Mitchell (42 runs), and Neil Wagner (66 runs). The last batsmen of the Kiwi cricket team managing to put up a fight were quite an uncommon occurrence. This drove them towards an impressive total of 460 runs.
If we talk about the bowling of the West Indies cricket team then, Shannon Gabriel and Alzarri Joseph were the two most successful bowlers who managed to take three wickets each. The most economical bowler meanwhile was the skipper Jason Holder.
With regards to the batting of the West Indies cricket team, then the top order almost collapsed as they lost 4 wickets only after scoring just 29 runs. Only three batsmen of their team have managed to take their scores into the double-digit. West Indies have also lost 8 wickets and have managed to score just 124 runs. Hence, we can say that the Kiwis are dominating the match.
As for the bowling attack of the New Zealand team, then Kyle Jamieson performed wonderfully and managed to take 5 stunning wickets. While Tim Southee also took three wickets. Besides these two bowlers, no other Kiwi bowler managed to take a wicket.
It will be interesting to watch how the match will unfold on day three. Most probably, West Indies will be all out on a small score and will be asked to follow on by New Zealand.
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