Word Test Championship Final, India vs New Zealand: Jamieson had a outstanding day at Southampton, having got a fifer and the wicket of Kohli on a beautiful delivery. But the tall pacer, did not have a good time on his Instagram, where he was abused and rattled throughout the day, after dismissing Virat. A number of fans, be it Indians or RCB, came in through together with a number of Insta users, who abused him personally and tagged RCB to cancel his contract and get him out of the Challengers squad for the next season. Jamieson, bowled beautifully yesterday, and got a fifer for the fifth time in his career, which came at a big stage.
In a rather discomforting news, the New Zealand fast bowler Kyle Jamieson was abused by Indian fans on Instagram after he dismissed Indian captain Virat Kohli in the WTC Final. Virat Kohli stitched a good partnership with Rahane after the team’s three premier batsmen fell in a quick succession. The partnership of 61 runs provided a confidence to the team, which is very important for the most important ICC event. He ultimately scored 44 off 132 balls and was out plumb LBW in a ball swinging into the middle of the stumps.
The New Zealand fast bowler Kyle Jamieson who picked 5 wickets, also dismissed Virat Kohli in the 68th over of the match. Due to this, Indian fans urged RCB franchise to cancel his RCB contract. Some other people resorted to abuse the fast bowler.
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The New Zealand fast bowler has a good height, average- high speed pace and good movement off the new ball which makes him deadly in a overcast conditions. He has been a useful asset across all the formats, but has been incredible in this year in the test matches. His test match performances earned him a contract in the Indian Premier League 2021 and played for Royal Challengers Bangalore.
In 7 Test appearances, he has scalped 39 wickets, with 4 five-wicket hauls. At present, against India in the WTC Final, he has picked his 5th five wicket-haul and would look to maintain the same form.
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