Team India created historic feat in Mumbai Test
Team India created historic feat in Mumbai Test

IND vs NZ: The Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai witnessed India defeat New Zealand by an unprecedented margin of runs. India not only broke its own record but also captured it.

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India created historic feat

The Indian cricket team defeated New Zealand at Wankhede Stadium by 372 runs, which was their largest victory in terms of runs so far.

Got the opportunity after 6 years

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In 2015, Team India won the Feroz Shah Kotla match in Delhi by 337 runs, beating South Africa. 6 years later, ‘Virat Sena’ has managed to beat its own record.

Team India’s biggest Test win in terms of runs

New Zealand (2021): 372 runs
South Africa (2015): 337 runs
New Zealand (2016): 321 runs
Australia (2008): 320 runs

Indian bowlers contributed to this charisma

It would not have been possible for Team India to win this big game without their bowlers. 4-4 batsmen were guided to the pavilion by Jayant Yadav and Ravichandran Ashwin from the Indian side. One wicket was taken by Axar Patel. Mohammad Siraj and Umesh Yadav both failed to get a wicket this time around.

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Wankhede Mumbai holds special meaning for Jayant Yadav

Jayant Yadav said, following the match, that the pitch was wet in the morning, which helped. The right areas had to be bowled in between yesterday evening and this morning, as you can see. There is Wankhede and Mumbai Special, where I scored a century the last time I played test here. My team benefited from the 5 wicket hall, but I missed it. My experience with Ashwin was rewarding. He thinks differently, choosing good things from such a great mind, and I use it in the game. I learned a great deal from the experience.

The match summary

India-325 (first innings)
New Zealand-62 (first innings)
India-276/7d (2nd innings)
New Zealand-167 (2nd innings)

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