Rory Burns of England May have paved the way for the precious 81 on the first day of the second test new Zealand It was held in Edgbaston on Thursday, but it was my teammates who were really impressed with the opening round. Dan Lawrence Lively 50.
Before England reached the stump at 258-7, Burns faced 187 balls and hit in two or more full sessions.
But at 175-6 they were far from that total after Sally’s left-handed and James Bracey fell into a series of deliveries from Trent Boult.
Lawrence ensured that Burns’ hard work would not be wasted after the UK Government’s restrictions on Covid-19 were relaxed.
“It’s nice to see. Roz played beautifully,” Burns said. Burns has fallen just below 200 in the opening test of this two-game series in the weeks since the century at Rose.
“He enjoyed his talent and some of his shotmaking was great today,” Burns added. He praised how Lawrence dealt with the “only two-paced” pitch.
“I was looking inside with Sibs (Dominic Sibley), and he hit a punchy cover drive … it was a dot after all, but I said,” What a shot? It was like.
“It was really impressive how he played there and how he became fluent on that kind of surface.”
Burns describes his feelings after not completing the next test 100 completely: But I’m sorry I can’t go home. “
New Zealand has made six special changes from Rose. Half of them are injured and the other half are in favor of participating in the final of the World Test Championship against India next week in Southampton.
Matt Henry, who succeeded Newball spearhead Tim Sauchy, returned a great 2-66 number with 22 overs. This included only four times the key wickets of England captain Joe Root.
Henry was particularly fascinated by the atmosphere created by his biggest attendance at England’s games since the pandemic.
“A special reference to the crowd, they were great. The Hollies stand was electric all day long,” he said.
“They were astounding. You can see the excitement when everyone returns to cricket and the stadium. It was an impressive energy.”
After a tough day with New Zealand, Burns of England praises Lawrence
Source link After a tough day with New Zealand, Burns of England praises Lawrence