Veteran New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor has stated that there is nothing wrong with both teams sharing the World Cup in case of a tie, and that a Super Over is not necessary to choose one winner. As everyone is aware, England were declared winners of the 2019 World Cup despite tying the final as well as the Super Over. Hosts England were named champions on the basis of a controversial boundary count rule.
The India tour was always going to be a tough one for the Kiwis. History also suggested so. And, the results reflected their struggles. While they struggled in the Tests, they were more competitive in the one-day format, on expected lines
Former New Zealand captain Ross Taylor has had a terrible tour of India. He averages in the healthy 40 plus in both the Test and the ODI format, but has failed to reach fifty even once on this tour irrespective of the format
India consolidated their position on day three of the Indore Test, bowling out New Zealand for 299, and finishing the day with a lead of 276, with all 10 wickets in hand. Here’s a look at some interesting numbers from the third day’s play