A narrow escape for Kane Williamson against Jofra Archer


On Day 4 of the 2nd test match between New Zealand and England, Kane Willamson shows his flexibility.

About the match

Talking about the match, the England team won the toss and opted to bowl first. New Zealand national cricket team batting first scored 375 runs in the first inning. Tom Latham scored 105 runs in the first inning.

England team got all out on 476 runs in the first inning and took the lead by 101 runs. The captain of England National cricket team Joe Root (226 runs) scored a brilliant double hundred. The opener Rory Burns (101 runs) also played a good inning.

New Zealand team starting batting again on Day 4 evening with a trail by 101 runs. At Day 5 Ross Taylor (105*) and Kane Williamson (104*) controlled and ensured a draw before the match was affected by rain.


New Zeland team had already won the first test match at Bay Oval by an Inning and 65 runs and with this 2nd match result, New Zeland team led by Kane Williamson sealed the 2 match series by 1-0.


Kane Williamson’s flexibility

Kane Williamson on Day 4 showed some of his flexibility skills when Jofra Archer tried a deadly bouncer on him. All this happened on the 3rd ball of the 18th over the second inning of the New Zealand Team.


Kane Williamson moved totally on his knees to escape the bouncer from England pacer Jofra Archer.

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