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New Zealand opener Will Young (2) in the second innings joined the pavilion in a strange manner. Ashwin appeals for LBW for the last ball of his second over.

Watch Video: Ashwin gestures to Kiwis opener ..!

Ashwin Vs Will Young

India Vs New Zealand Test: New Zealand opener Will Young (2) in the second innings joined the pavilion in a strange manner. Ashwin appealed for LBW for the last ball of his second over. The umpire also declared the Kiwi opener out without delay. Young spoke with his partner Tom Latham. Gestured for Review. But, the DRS asked for a review when it was time. What to do with this is looking helpless. Immediately Ashwin stepped into action and gestured to Young that now your time is up. The video is going viral on social media. In replays it is clear that the ball has exited the leg-stump and Will Young is not out. But, the New Zealand opener succumbed to a wrong decision by umpire Virender Sharma.

Argument with umpire on third day too ..
On the third day of the Green Park Test, Ravichandran Ashwin’s unique bowling action was met with controversy. After Kane Williamson came into the crease, Ashwin changed his action. Round the wicket came to bowl. Umpire Nitin Menon interrupted Ashwin who was not satisfied with his follow-through.

Following this, Ashwin got into an argument with umpire Menon over bowling action. At that point, the umpire said, you were coming in front of me while you were bowling. I was told how to look at the LBW. Afterwards Ashwin .. commented that you are not giving out anyway. This time Rahul Dravid was also seen running towards the match referee cabin.

In the case of Tom Latham out ..
Tom Latham batted in New Zealand’s first innings. At this point, the ball hit Ashwin’s latham pad and Ashwin appealed. However, umpire Nitin Menon called it not out. Teamindia did not take DRS. The replay showed that Latham would have been out if India had taken the DRS against the umpire’s decision. Ashwin was also annoyed with the decision. Akash Chopra said during the match that he had replaced the 7 decisions given by the umpire in the first Test with DRS.

Teamindia in a strong position ..
Team India strengthened their position in the first Test match between India and New Zealand at Kanpur. The Kiwis were bowled out for 284 in their first innings. By the end of the fourth day, New Zealand were 4 for 1. Tom Latham 2, William Somerville 0 not out. TeamIndia declared their second innings at 234/7.

Saha, Iyer half centuries ..
Vriddhiman Saha did not keep the wicket due to neck pain. Batting on the fourth day, he completed his half-century off 115 balls to help keep TeamIndia in a strong position. It was his sixth half-century in Test cricket and his third against New Zealand. Shreyas Iyer, who scored 105 in the first innings, continued his fantastic form in the second innings and completed his half-century off 109 balls. Southee dismissed Iyer at 65.

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