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Sunil Gavaskar advises Kohli to take Sachin’s suggesions

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Sunil Gavaskar thinks that Virat Kohli should talk to Sachin Tendulkar to solve the problem of hitting off shots. Despite India’s recent success in world cricket, captain Kohli has not scored a single century in the last two years. Although he has played a few half-centuries in Tests this time around.

Gaoskar, who has not scored a huge century in the last two years, is a bit worried. “It would be great if Virat phoned Tendulkar to wish him a Happy New Year and find out how he got rid of the tendency to take off shots against Australia in the 2003-2004 season,” he told the Cricket Broadcasting Channel. But with the catch on the cover and behind the wicket, he was getting out again and again. But in the fourth Test in Sydney, he got it right, and will not take a shot towards the cover. What was the result? Tendulkar remained unbeaten on 241 in the first innings. The Australian bowlers could not get him out in the second innings either. He scored 80 runs for the second time. So Nick got the wisdom from him by wishing him a great new year. That may be to his advantage. “

Gavaskar, however, thinks that Kohli has been out at various times in recent times in an unfortunate way. After scoring 35 in the first innings in the just-concluded Centurion Park Test in South Africa, Kohli was also dismissed for 18 in the second innings. In both cases, he chased the ball outside the offstump and got out. “Take a good look at how he’s batting,” Gavaskar said. You see, there is nothing wrong with that. But in the case of getting out, it is seen that the first mistake has to be paid. There is no second chance, “said one of India’s all-time leading openers. But all batters make mistakes. In fact, luck is not helping Kohli. So let’s pray that in 2022, Bhagya Batter will be happy with Virat. Then you will see that he is getting a run. Century is doing. “

Regarding Kohli’s batting at Centurion, Gavaskar added, “Here too, but in both innings, the ball was playing in the middle of the bat. But the Indian team rejoiced on Thursday after winning the Test against South Africa as the first Asian nation at Centurion Park. Cricket fans watched the video of Mohammad Shamir cutting the cake after the victory on BCI TV.

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Mark Richardson apologized to the Bangladesh spectators

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Bangladesh dominated the first four days of the Mount Manganui Test. At the end of the fourth day, Bangladesh is getting the fragrance of victory in the air of Bay Oval.

In reply to New Zealand’s first innings score of 326, Bangladesh went ahead with 456 runs for 130 runs. In the last part of the fourth day, New Zealand lost 3 wickets in the storm of worship and collected 148 runs for 5 wickets. They are ahead by only 16 runs. In such a situation, Mark Richardson has apologized to the viewers of Bangladesh for one of his comments in a television commentary. He said at one point that the match was going to be won by New Zealand.

“New Zealand were 6 for 1 then,” he said in an analysis on Spark Sports TV at the end of the day’s play. Then I said, Bangladesh is going to lose this test. From here, New Zealand is on its way to an easy victory. I now apologize to the Bangladeshi audience. Because, from that moment onwards, Bangladesh has been in power all afternoon. They have to give credit for the position they are in now. ‘

Apparently the day seemed ideal but Bangladesh was quite average in terms of reviews and fielding. Speaking on the occasion, former New Zealand opener Craig Macmillan said, “Bangladesh has made almost all the right decisions throughout the day. They’ve made some weird decisions just about getting reviews. All three reviews have lost. It remains to be seen what effect the fifth day will have. “

Another former Kiwi, Brendon McCullum, sees the Mount Manganui Test as a stress management test. The team that can handle the pressure, the last laugh or they will laugh, ‘The wicket is not breaking so much. Still batting seems quite helpful. The outcome of the match will depend on him managing the pressure. ‘

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New Zealand’s Ross Taylor has finally decided to retire from international cricket

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He is one of only four New Zealand players to play 100 Tests and the world’s first player to play 100 international matches in all formats.

New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor will retire from Test cricket after a two-match series against Bangladesh and will play his last limited overs international match against Australia and the Netherlands at home this summer.

The 37-year-old has been the mainstay of the Black Caps since his 2007 Test debut, scoring New Zealand’s record 7,584 runs at an average of 44.87 in 110 matches.

One of only four New Zealanders to play in 100 Tests, he was the first man to score one-day international runs (8,581) and a century (21), and the first in 100 international matches in all formats.

The former captain said in a statement, “It was an amazing journey and I am incredibly fortunate to have been able to represent my country for so long.”

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“It’s a privilege to play with and against some of the greats of the game and to make a lot of memories and friendships along the way.

But all good things must come to an end and time seems right to me.”

New Zealand beat India to claim the inaugural World Test Championship in Southampton this year, but Taylor’s career has been buzzing since a recent rough patch in India where he failed to cross 11 runs in four innings.

The Bangladesh series will start on Mount Maunganui on New Year’s Day.

Coach Gary Stead says Taylor will be one of the best players in New Zealand.

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“His skills and temperament as a batsman are world class and his ability to perform at such a high level for such a long time speaks volumes about his longevity and professionalism,” he said.

“His experience has kept the team together on countless occasions and his catching record speaks for itself. There is no doubt we will miss him when he leaves.”

Taylor will continue to play for his provincial team Central District until the end of the season before calling for his future in domestic cricket.

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Conway in the dressing room after a century drowning in the frustration of Bangladeshi bowlers

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The first Test of the two-match series between hosts New Zealand and Bangladesh started on Saturday morning. Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque decided to field before winning the toss at Mount Manganui. Despite losing to captain Tom Latham by just one run, New Zealand turned around. Devon Conway scored a century.

The left-arm batsman waited for the Kiwi fans with a run in the 7th over by Taskin Ahmed. Conway picked up the second century of his Test career. Returning from injury, he met Shatak on the first day of the new year. That too in his first innings at home Test!

However, Bangladesh also got wickets in the last session.

Conway was out of action after breaking his finger with a bat in frustration at being knocked out of the World Twenty20 match against England. He returned to the field with the preparation match. Then today on the first day of the Mount Manganui Test met the century. Conway batted in the fourth over after Tom Latham was dismissed.

Even though he opened the scoring with the 13th ball, he got stuck in the wicket by batting instinctively. Conway led New Zealand to a big collection with 136 for the second wicket with Will Young and an unbeaten 50 with Ross Taylor for the third wicket.

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Fast bowler Shariful Islam came and broke their alliance. Taylor (31) caught Sadman Islam in the cover with his ball. Earlier, Shariful also picked up Latham.

At the time of writing, New Zealand had scored 198 for 3 in the first innings. Henry Nichols (5 *) is batting with unbeaten Conway for 105 runs.

This is Conway’s first home century after two centuries in his debut Test at Lord’s. Conway, playing in the fourth Test of his career, has so far picked up a double century, two half-centuries and a century in seven innings.

Conway has previously played three Tests against England and India at Lord’s, Birmingham and Southampton. This is his first Test innings at home. As well as his debut innings in a Test career, Conway saw three figures in his first innings at home.

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