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NZ vs AUS: Australian pair played historic innings, added so many runs for the 10th wicket – India TV Hindi

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Cameron Green and Josh Hazlewood

NZ vs AUS: A two-match Test series is being played between Australia and New Zealand. The Australian team seems to be in a very strong position in the first match of this series. Cameron Green’s century played an important role in this. Cameron Green played a record innings for the Australian team with his century in this match. During this time, he also made a record with fast bowler Josh Hazlewood. Cameron Green and Josh Hazlewood created history on Friday by making the biggest partnership for the 10th wicket for Australia in Test cricket against New Zealand. The Green-Hazlewood pair made a partnership of 116 runs for the 10th wicket on the second day of the Wellington Test.

Green and Hazlewood created history

The pair of Cameron Green and Josh Hazlewood broke the record of 114 runs partnership made by Jason Gillespie and Glenn McGrath for the 10th wicket against New Zealand in Brisbane in 2004. This stand was Australia’s sixth 100-run or more partnership for the 10th wicket in Test cricket. The defending champion of the ICC World Test Championship did not have a very good start in this match but the team scored a total of 383 runs in its first innings.

During this, Green played an unbeaten inning of 174 runs which took Australia to a strong total. The young all-rounder played a brilliant innings, completing his second Test century in the last over of the day. Then, on Friday, he took an aggressive approach with Hazlewood. This was Green’s second century in Test cricket. Earlier last year, he had played an inning of 114 runs for Australia against India in Ahmedabad.

How was the match so far?

In the match being played between New Zealand and Australia, Australia scored 383 runs in the first innings. In response, the Kiwi team at one time had lost 5 wickets on the score of just 29 runs, but Glenn Phillips brought them out of this situation and the team was all out on the score of 179 runs. During this, Phillips played a quick inning of 71 runs in just 70 balls. Australia had a lead of 204 runs after the first innings of the Kiwi team. Due to this lead, the New Zealand team was under a lot of pressure, but team captain Tim Southee led from the ball and sent Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne to the pavilion, ending the second day’s play with Australia at 13/2.

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