In the first innings, Team India scored 345 runs.
After winning the toss, Team India scored 345 runs in the first innings after batting first. The New Zealand team, on the other hand, had amassed 129 runs without losing a wicket at the end of the second day of play in the Test match. By building a significant lead early on, it appeared like the New Zealand squad would put Team India under strain. Many people thought the contest was out of Team India’s control.
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This is one of those moments when you can not help but feel like you are living a dream, and the opposing hitters are having nightmares about it.#INDvNZ