BJ Watlington's fights and some new history New Zealand's cricketers have dared to dream in Gallia on Saturday.
After a series of severe strokes during the first Sri Lanka test, and after high-level discipline, Black Caps still lagged on the fourth day (the start of 4.55 NZT), but they were behind in the World Cup immediately after the opening of the Championship.
New Wigan won the 177th place with a stronger defense, fast gesture and ball positioning, winning the 1957th place in the second round of second round.
In the arenas that are convenient, but typically angry tourists have the usual hatchback nose, if they are shaken well, they can win the fourth time in many trials at the Halle International Stadium.
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But this was a test, and after several partnerships, a whale appeared on both sides suddenly. How long Wotling waited for a long time from Sri Lankan bowling players, and the more space that they wear, the New Zealand Grandfather Frost Patel and Will Somerville were eagerly awaiting their twisting fingers after splitting eight first balls of vet.
Their last series is referenced. In the first battle against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi, New Zealand sent its own homeowners to 172 to win four times, and then decisive Patel and Somerville dismissed Pakistan in 156 last year.
Then there is Halle's history, the last seven tests were first defeated by a side vents. In New Zealand, the first 249 applications were parallel, but on the board are always on the seafront in the shade of the old Fort.
India won 176 victories in 2015 and Sri Lanka sent them to Rangana Herat with a score of 7: 48. Patel Patel, who compared this test with Herat several times, is the main man for the Black Hats after 5-89 after 5-89 out of 267.
Several hours ago this was a negative for New Zealand.
The first ball was lost to 18, which lost the first five vetches before 98, including two of the best battens, for a two-week-long shot against a 22-year-old spinner playing third.
In this match, captain Kane Williams won 0 and 4, which is the second outcome in his two balls in his 73th career after his 2nd and 1st stages in Wellington, South Africa, in 2017.
Williamson won such a big victory at the Cricket World Championship and came to Sri Lanka from the 89, 139, 91, 2, 48, 200, and 74th results. the degree of impact. Williamson takes second place in the world after Virat Cogli, and his average age of 20 test weeks is 53.38.
After the incredible World Cup, Williamsson can either be perfect or even justified, and that's his burden.
It was not as calm as Williamson asserted during the trials, but the sixth consecutive victory with New Zealand could only win with a score of 2: 0.
After playing a fake third ball in the first ball, he jumped and on Wednesday went to Ross Taylor and the young Lutet Embullen, who worked at the company. This time the Embullinans were clever, as Williamsson drew his intention on the telegraph.
He dances again, that he usually sees the ball disappearing into the slender arc of the arc. Instead, Williamsson could not reach the pitch, with his hand reaching the foot of the cliff, as his strike was hanging in the air.
The Sri Lankans jumped and celebrated, and when Taylor (3) was pulled down in the next Embulsion, the left arm took him to a wider pace, and the veteran batman's swing attempted to slip.
Wattling stood firm, the cats fell, and the lead turned into three shapes. When Mitchell Santner skied over tea, the gloves seemed to escape from partners, but Tim Suthi (23 to 62) fought consciously and eventually had to look for home bowling.
Previously, Somerville had wiped the tail, but New Zealand needed 75 minutes to take Sri Lanka's last three vets, and the hosts hit their foreheads. When Somerville put Niroshan Dickwelle (61) into the clever part of bowling, it was all over, but the glove master held up the side and worked perfectly.
The result of the minimal score in Kane Williams' cricket crash:
2 and 1 v South Africa, Wellington, 2017
0 and 4 v Halle in Sri Lanka, 2019
0 and 6 v England, Leeds, 2015
0 and 8 v India, Nagpur, 2010
0 and 10 v Halle in Sri Lanka, 2012