IND vs NZ: India were bowled out for 325 in their first innings in Mumbai Test Match

In the second and final Cricket Test match between India and New Zealand, in Mumbai, the visitors were 30 for 4 wickets when reports last came in. Earlier, India were all out for 325 in their first innings on the second day today.

The hosts won the toss and opted to bat. Mayank Agarwal’s magnificent century was the highlight of the Indian innings. He went on to contribute 150 runs. While, Ajaz Patel, took all ten wickets for the visitors. The 33-years old bowler became the third in the history of Test cricket to achieve this feat.

English Pacer Jim Laker recorded the feat in 1956 and Indian Spinner Anil Kumble achieved the milestone in 1999.

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