"Take a closer look at those coins" - Neesham reacts to New Zealand losing 4th straight toss against India

Neesham reacts to New Zealand losing 4th straight toss against India

New Zealand cricket team all-rounder James Neesham has reacted on his Twitter account to Team India winning the 4th straight toss in the series.

The 2 match Test series between India and New Zealand has commenced in Kanpur's Green Park Stadium. 

Indian cricket team's stand-in captain for the 1st Test, Ajinkya Rahane won the toss and opted to bat first in the match. It was New Zealand cricket team's 4th straight loss in toss as before, during the T20I series, New Zealand had lost the toss in all three of the matches.

Toss always plays an important role in any form of cricket, let alone Test cricket. As a captain of a team, you always want to win the toss and get the benefit of the pitch. In Test cricket, most of the captains prefers to bat first, so that they bowl in the 4th inning of the match, and then the reverse swing comes into the play, giving the bowling team a huge advantage.

James Neesham reacts to New Zealand losing the toss 4th time in a row

While reacting to New Zealand cricket team captain, first it was Tim Southee and Mitchell Santner in T20I and Kane Williamson in Test cricket, James Neesham tweeted out that there is need to be looked at the coins.

James Neesham's tweet reads, "Can somebody take a closer look at those coins please?"

India vs New Zealand Series

Talking of India vs New Zealand. The Kiwis will play India in a 2 match Test series starting from the 25th November in Kanpur and the 2nd Test is scheduled to be played in Mumbai.

The Indian cricket team whitewashed the Blackcaps in the T20I series, winning all 3 matches. Talking of the ongoing India vs New Zealand 1st Test. Team India looks solid as Shubman Gill and Cheteshwar Pujara has recovered from an early blow as Kyle Jamieson got the wicket of Mayank Agarwal early.

Shubman Gill then stitched a partnership with Pujara, in process scoring a fifty, and guided the Indian team to 82 runs in 29 overs as lunch break was called.

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