England overcame 70 and scored 170 tries on day 5 of Test 1 to ensure a draw.© AFP
The first test between England and New Zealand was tied on Sunday at Lord’s Cricket. After a game of rain in London on the third day of the game and throwing the ball, the match was about to draw, but on the final day New Zealand scored more than 100 sessions in the first session and set a goal of 273 for the hosts. He races over 75. Rather than go in search of profit, England chose a prudent approach. Former Indian fighter Wasim Jaffer took to Twitter to express his opinion on the battle of England on the last day of the Lord’s Test.
If you don’t try to score a 3.6-point goal at home when there are no WTC points in the game, when will you ever try? Not a good advertisement for the Cricket test #EngvNZ@ECB_cricket pic.twitter.com/K4qzAhoe7L
– Wasim Jaffer (@ WasimJaffer14) June 6, 2021
“If you don’t try to chase a 3.6 goal at home if you don’t have a WTC point in the game, when will you try? It’s not a good ad for the test.
After 273 wins, England opener Rory Burns played 81 divisions for 25 races before being sent off by Neil Wagner.
The Dom Sibley pair played more than 200 balls to stay in the 60s without a win.
At the start of the match, Devon Conway, in his test debut, set a double-century record in the first entries to help visitors score 378.
In response, England sold 275 for Tim Southe to take on six goalkeepers.
New Zealand then signaled a second entry for 169 on the final day of the match.
England reached 70 play-offs to draw level, finishing 170-3.
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