A total of 129 runs were achieved on the second day without losing a wicket for New Zealand. On the third day, the same squad was able to score just 167 runs and was reduced. There were 296 runs scored in the first innings by New Zealand’s squad. As a result, India jumped out to a 49-run advantage after one inning.
The Indians had a terrible start to the tournament.
The Indian squad, who entered the field with a 49-run lead, struggled in their second innings. The squad got off to a terrible start. The Indian side was bowled out for 2 runs in the first over. Shubman Gill was clean bowled by fast bowler Kyle Jameson. Gill had a single run in his batting tally.
Team India had a 63-run advantage at the end of the third day of play.
The Indian side was bowled out for just 14 runs on the third day of play, losing a single wicket. Mayank Agarwal, 4, and Cheteshwar Pujara, 9, are currently undefeated on 9 runs each in the current game. On day three, Team India had a 63-run lead over their opponents.