India Gives Psychological Pressure on NZ in Ahmadabad Test

In the second day of first test series between India and New Zeeland, India is considerably now in a position to dominant on the Kiwi team. The mammoth score of 487 and in Kiwi’s 69/2 poor batting performance proves a psychological pressure on the guest team.

India with all expectations to witness Sachin Tendulkar’s 50th century today, was depressed when the batting maestro caught and bowled on 40.

What seemed to be India’s slow running rate after its dependable batsmen Virender Sehwag and Rahul Dravid, and Sachin Tendulkar were gone, Harbhajan Singh with partner Pragyan Ojha, commendably steered India to respectable 487 score.

Harbhajan Singh using as being a veteran batsman displayed his scintillating performance smashing eights half century by hitting fearsome five fours and three sixes. He was the real man who stole the show today in the second day of fist test series between India and New Zeeland at Ahmadabad.

The Kiwi team showed its poor performance with its ace player McIntosh losing his wicket followed by a delivery from Zaher Khan by giving an easy catch to wicket keeper Dhoni.

Summary – India, after winning the toss, made total of 487 in 151.5 overs in the first inning of the test match. New zeeland on the other hand, made 69 for the loss of 2 wickets.