New Zealand's Kyle Jamieson celebrates the wicket of India's Cheteshwar Pujura with teammates. Photo: ReutersKyle Jamieson's test debut should have been a mightily daunting proposition. Instead, daunting debut or not, Jamieson was the star performer on day one of the first test at the Basin Reserve, claiming 3-38 to give the Black Caps just the start they were after in what could be a summer-saving series. Surviving it all was Rahane, who was the only batsman to look comfortable in the breezy bowler-friendly conditions. And, after Jamieson's dream day put the Black Caps on top, they might need to do just that to get back into the contest.
Source: Otago Daily Times February 21, 2020 00:33 UTC