Shane Warne | Shane Warne disappointed from New Zealand for not playing a spinner in WTC Final former cricketer make a prediction

Shane Warne | Shane Warne disappointed from New Zealand for not playing a spinner in WTC Final former cricketer make a prediction

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Shane Warne said an important thing about the New Zealand team.&nbsp

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  • India and New Zealand are playing the WTC final
  • New Zealand team won the toss and elected to bowl first
  • New Zealand has not given any spinner a chance

The final of the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) between India and New Zealand has begun. New Zealand won the toss on Saturday and invited India to bat first. While New Zealand’s team has entered the title match with five fast bowlers, India has given place to two spinners and three fast bowlers in the playing XI. Many people are surprised when Newland has not included any spinner in the team, including the name of former Australian spinner Shane Warne. Warne has made a prediction while opening the pole of New Zealand. He says that if India scores 275/300, then New Zealand’s trouble will increase.

Shane Warne did this tweet on Kiwi team

Shane Warne wrote on his official Twitter account that New Zealand did not give a chance to a single spinner in the final of the ICC World Test Championship, due to which I am very disappointed. This wicket is going to be very helpful for spin, which is starting to show. Remember if this happened and India scored more than 275/300 then the match is over. Then only the weather can save. Let us tell you that there are constant reactions of cricket fans on Vaughan’s tweet. While many agree with Vaughan’s point of view, many have justified the decision of not replacing the New Zealand spinner.

Fast bowlers gave big setbacks to India

Electing to bat after losing the toss, the Indian team made a good start, but then New Zealand’s fast bowlers gave three big blows. Openers Rohit Sharma (34) and Shubman Gill (28) added 62 runs for the first wicket. India’s first wicket fell in the 21st over in the form of Rohit, who was caught by Kyle Jamis at the hands of Tim Southee. After Rohit, Shubhan Gill also could not last long and became the victim of Neil Wegner in the 25th over. At the same time, Cheteshwar Pujara (8) was shown the way to the pavilion by LBW by Trento Boult.

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