Cricket Action from day 4

Published on January 15th, 2017 | by Deep DasGupta


Deep’s Corner – A charged up New Zealand at the fag end of day 4

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A brilliant hundred from Tom Latham and an effective late-order surge from Mitchell Santner propelled New Zealand to 539. Bangladesh were able to take a lead, but at the fag end of the day, Neil Wagner unleashed his short-ball display to jolt the Bangladeshi batting order. The visitors were 66 for 3 at stumps and plenty of effort are needed tomorrow to stabilize the conditions.

Deep Dasgupta gives his opinion about the actions from day 4 in Wellington at Cricketsoccer. 

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Deep Dasgupta is an ex-cricketer who played for India and featured in eight Tests and five one-day matches as a wicketkeeper. As an aggressive opening batsman, Dasgupta played for Bengal, where he took over as the captain and lead Bengal to 2 back-to-back Ranji Trophy finals. After retiring from cricket, Deep is now a famous cricket commentator and gives expert opinion on various aspects of the game. He holds a special place in the panel of Star Sports’ cricket experts and is a celebrated and beloved figure among the fans and followers of the game. Follow Deep on Twitter @DeepDasgupta7

One Response to Deep’s Corner – A charged up New Zealand at the fag end of day 4

  1. Nikola says:

    Bangladesh need to see-off the first hour of play. The New Zealand bowlers would come all guns blazing.

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