New Zealand vs South Africa, 2nd Test: In the Christchurch Test against South Africa (New Zealand vs South Africa, 2nd Test), New Zealand batsman Will Young surprised everyone with a surprising left-handed catch.
The world stunned to see Will Young’s catch!
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Christchurch Test (New Zealand vs South Africa, 2nd Test) Although New Zealand’s condition is a bit thin and the visiting South African team has a strong hold on the match, but on the fourth day of the game, Kiwi team player Will Young. (Will Young) He was blown away by his excellent fielding. Will Young took such a surprising catch during the second innings of South Africa (Will Young Catch) Everyone is shocked to see that. Even the former cricketers doing commentary in the match could not believe how such a catch was taken. Will Young caught the catch of South African player Marco Yanson. Yanson hit a brilliant shot off Dean Grandhomme, but Will Young took a wonderful catch on the boundary line and ended his innings.
Marco Yansson played a brilliant shot between long on and midwicket but Will Young ran closer to the ball on his left and then jumped and grabbed the ball with one hand. The video of Will Young’s catch is really shocking. Even the players of New Zealand could not believe that Young had taken such a catch.
South Africa in case Verne’s century wins
South Africa kept their upper hand on the fourth day of the second cricket Test against New Zealand on Monday with the maiden century of Kyle Verne, who took over as wicketkeeper after the sudden retirement of Quinton de Kock. Verne’s unbeaten 136 helped South Africa declaring their second innings at 354 for nine just before tea, setting New Zealand a target of 425 runs, after which the hosts are in trouble after losing four wickets for 94 runs.
Kagiso Rabada supported Verene well by playing a career-best 47 off 34 balls. Rabada then sent both New Zealand’s openers captain Tom Latham (01) and Will Young (00) to the pavilion and scored two wickets for nine runs. Left-arm spinner Keshav Maharaj added to New Zealand’s troubles by bowling Henry Nicholls (07) and Daryl Mitchell (24). At the end of the day’s play, South African-born Devon Conway was playing after scoring 60 runs while wicket-keeper batsman Tom Blundell is supporting him with a run at the other end.
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