WTC Final: Kyle Jamieson takes out Pujara and Virat Kohli


The Kiwi pacer Kyle Jamieson again takes the wicket of Indian skipper Virat Kohli in India’s second innings. In previous Indian batting innings, the pacer took a five-wicket haul. India finished the fourth day at 64 runs with the loss of two wickets. They were in a lead by 32 runs after bowling the blackcaps team out at 249 runs. In previous Indian batting innings, Kyle Jamieson picked Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Ishant Sharma, and Jasprit Bumrah.

On 35th over, the fifth ball, He bowled to Kohli. The skipper played a loose shot away from the body. He has done this many times. A short-of-length delivery outside off as Virat hangs his bat on it. It touched the edge of the bat and went straight to the keeper. the Blackcaps strike in the first half-hour and now they are on a driving seat towards the trophy after getting this huge wicket.

On 37th over on the third ball, Jamieson bowled to Pujara. The ball hit the edge of Pujara’s bat and went Ross Taylor. This is the top-class from the big man (Kyle Jamieson). He consistently tested the batsman and nipped it. As we can see how Pujara went on forward defence and a good length ball with the seem wobbling helped Jamieson to get Pujara’s wicket. Pujara gave an outside edge to Ross Taylor at first slip. Pujara departs at the score of 15 runs with playing 80 balls. Currently, Rahane and Rishabh Pant are on the crease covering up the losses for India.