Current Run Rate

CRR

1.88

Last 10 Ov (Run Rate)

Last 10 Ov (RR)

18/0 (1.80)

Current Run Rate

CRR

1.88

Last 10 Ov (Run Rate)

Last 10 Ov (RR)

18/0 (1.80)

TEST CAREER
CRR:
1.88
Last 10 Overs:18/0
BATSMENRB4s6sSRThis BowlerLast 10 ovsmatrunshsave
John Campbell*JD Campbell*(lhb)22681132.3515(26b)10(26b)10404 5526.93
Kraigg BrathwaiteKC Brathwaite(rhb)20891022.475(28b)12(34b)633692 21233.26
BOWLERSOMRWEcon0s4s6sThis Spellmatwktsbbiave
Neil WagnerN Wagner(lmf)611101.8329106.0-1-11-049206 7/3926.65
Tim SoutheeTG Southee(rmf)932002.2244112.0-1-2-074284 7/6429.07
Current Partnership :
P'SHIP :
49 runs, 26 overs, RR: 1.88 (Kraigg Brathwaite 20, John Campbell 22)
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Match Centre Ground time: 08:39

Scorer: Ranjith P | Commentator: @saurabh_42

Statistics

Current Batsmen

JD Campbell
22(68) 1x4 - 1x6
Control %79%
  • Productive Shot
  • flick
  • 8 runs
  • 0x4 - 0x6
8 0 0 3 5 0 1 5
KC Brathwaite
20(89) 1x4 - 0x6
Control %78%
  • Productive Shot
  • flick
  • 13 runs
  • 0x4 - 0x6
0 1 12 2 0 4 0 1

Current bowlers

N Wagner
O6
M1
R11
W0
Eco1.83
1
2712326
4
6
0
0
0
0
29
yes
0
0
1
feedback
0
1
1
226942
2
1
current bowler
2512210
1
4
49219
0
0
5
0
0
RHB
OFFLEG
  • FTFULL TOSS
  • YYORKER
  • FFULL LENGTH
  • GGOOD LENGTH
  • SGSHORT OF GOOD LENGTH
  • SSHORT LENGTH
LHB
LEGOFF
TG Southee
TG Southee
O9
M3
R20
W0
Eco2.22
1
2712323
1
6
0
0
0
0
44
yes
0
0
1
feedback
0
1
1
226942
2
2
previous bowler
2512209
0
4
49108
1
0
5
0
0
RHB
OFFLEG
  • FTFULL TOSS
  • YYORKER
  • FFULL LENGTH
  • GGOOD LENGTH
  • SGSHORT OF GOOD LENGTH
  • SSHORT LENGTH
LHB
LEGOFF

PARTNERSHIPS

49*
KC Brathwaite20 (89)
JD Campbell22 (68)

END OF OVER:
26 | 1 Run | WI: 49/0

  • Kraigg Brathwaite20 (89b)
  • John Campbell22 (68b)
  • Neil Wagner6-1-11-0
  • Tim Southee9-3-20-0

6.42 pm: Right that brings a close to our coverage for today. Kane Williamson is a batting G.O.A.T, a leader par excellence, a monk who can afford a ferrari but doesn't buy one - and a guy who 'felt' for Kemar Roach when Roach overstepped and was denied his wicket! That's as good a thought to leave you with as any.

Kane Williamson: After the day's play yesterday, looking at the surface we were pretty happy to finish only a couple of wickets down. There was a little bit of movement and we had some fortune to be able to build those partnerships. But the Hamilton wicket keeps flattening out so a lot of work for the bowlers to do. (On his third double century and going past McCullum's four) No not at all. This game was a Test cricket after a while so it was just getting back to the processes. Was happy to be able to do that for a good period. It was tough, it's always tough isn't it? The ball was moving about and the West Indies bowlers keep coming. There are those times when it swings more than other times, so you just try to weather that storm so to speak and then you can get runs your way when the bowlers tire.

Throughout an innings you always feel a bit different. Spent two weeks with Brendon in lockdown working on bits and pieces. It was important to try and make good decisions for a long period of time and it was nice I was able to do that. But so much cricket left, so our focus is on that at the moment.

It was a challenge to stay as disciplined as you can. Nice to build those partnerships with guys coming in. it's always difficult to start, steep bounce as well so all the guys really applied themselves. (on the Roach over) It wasn't pre-planned. I sort of hit one in the middle and then wind was getting up. I don't know, I just thought I'd have a go. Shame for Kemar, had run in all day, I felt for him on that one (on him getting out but getting reprieved due to a no-ball). I hit it okay, because he was moving the ball nicely for the whole innings. Obviously when the surface starts to flatten you try and get a bit of momentum in your innings. Credit to the partnerships for the guys who keep you going when the runs don't come by. When I was on 49 I think got two runs in an hour.

6.29 pm: That's stumps on Day 2. West Indies have done well to string together a solid-looking opening stand. They withstood whatever the New Zealand pace attack threw at them. But today is all about Kane Williamson. New Zealand's superman leads the team off the field and there is generous applause for him. An outstanding innings by Williamson, his highest score in Test cricket with 251 of the finest runs. He came out to bat at the start of the fifth over, and stayed till the 142nd over. Monumental. Played so few false shots, when he should have played a lot more given some of the beauties he faced. His masterclass was the bedrock around which New Zealand piled on 519 for 7 declared. West Indies trail by 470 runs. Do join us tomorrow, because you can be sure New Zealand's bowlers will throw everything they have at the West Indies batsmen, and it'll make for a fascinating battle.

25.6
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Wagner to Brathwaite, no run, yorker tailing into him from wider outside the crease and he keeps it out
25.5
0
Wagner to Brathwaite, no run, bumper, but short enough that he sees it coming and ducks under
25.4
0
Wagner to Brathwaite, no run, banged in short but doesn't rise as high. The batsman's pushed back though and he defends on the back foot
25.3
0
Wagner to Brathwaite, no run,
25.2
0
Wagner to Brathwaite, no run, length outside off, pushes at it but can't connect
25.1
1
Wagner to Campbell, 1 run, short, pulled to square leg but not in control

END OF OVER:
25 | (maiden) | WI: 48/0

  • Kraigg Brathwaite20 (84b)
  • John Campbell21 (67b)
  • Tim Southee9-3-20-0
  • Neil Wagner5-1-10-0
24.6
0
Southee to Brathwaite, no run, fuller ball, defended
24.5
0
Southee to Brathwaite, no run, yorker Outside off, pushed back to bowler
24.4
0
Southee to Brathwaite, no run, fuller outside off, blocked back
24.3
0
Southee to Brathwaite, no run, good length angling into him, pitches outside off and straightens. But Kraigg not tempted to follow that with hands, keeps bat close to body as the ball goes past
24.2
0
Southee to Brathwaite, no run, another outswinder outside off, left alone again

Frase: "Saurabh, are you taking a tea break from commentary and letting Ranjith do all the work?! "

- apologies, we had some technical issues. Sorted now.

24.1
0
Southee to Brathwaite, no run, fuller outside off, shaping away from the batsman, lets it go

END OF OVER:
24 | (maiden) | WI: 48/0

  • John Campbell21 (67b)
  • Kraigg Brathwaite20 (78b)
  • Neil Wagner5-1-10-0
  • Tim Southee8-2-20-0
23.6
0
Wagner to Campbell, no run, pings the batsman's elbow Another short ball on target and he's a bit late in getting bat up to keep it down, wears the blow on the elbow onto chest.

over the wicket

23.5
0
Wagner to Campbell, no run, short ball again, on target, rising up to him past the chest, but he does well to go on tip toes and defend it down
23.4
0
Wagner to Campbell, no run, dug in very short again, but well down leg and well over the batsman
23.3
0
Wagner to Campbell, no run, back of a length and into him again, dabbed down near his feet
23.2
0
Wagner to Campbell, no run, length on the stumps, tapped back

short leg, slip and leg gully in place

23.1
0
Wagner to Campbell, no run, round the wicket short ball attacking his body, but a bit too short and sails over him on leg stump