WATCH: New Zealand left in shock after Kane Williamson's run-out due to collision with Will Young

On Day2 of first Test match against Australia in Wellington Kane Williamson No.1 Test batter in the world was left in shock after getting run out on zero runs after getting collision with his teammate Will Young.

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On Day 2 of the first Test match against Australia in Wellington, Kane Williamson, the No.1 Test batter in the world, was left in shock after getting run out on zero runs after a collision with his teammate, Will Young. While trying to open his account, he nudged the ball towards Marnus Labuschagne at mid-off. 

While trying to get a quick single, Will Young and Kane Williamson started to run, but they both ended up colliding, which led to Williamson's wicket. Kane Williamson was left far behind his crease, and Marcus Labuschagne's direct hit ended his time on the pitch, and he returned to the pavilion on duck. This was a rare incident of him being run out on duck.

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With Kane Williamson getting out, New Zealand was in trouble as they were 42 for the loss of five wickets. Shortly, Rachin Ravindra was dismissed on a duck, and the situation worsened. The commentary team, led by SEN Cricket analyst Daniel McHardy, voiced shock and confusion as events unfolded. "I cannot believe it," former Australian all-rounder Brendon Julian said in commentary. "How has that happened? Calamity out there in the middle." Former New Zealand batter Craig McMillan continued: "I can't believe what I've just seen here. "That is just a disaster for New Zealand."

Australia dominates New Zealand

Australia has dominated the Test so far as Cameron Green scored 174 runs and was unbeaten in the first innings and Josh Hazlewood scored 22 runs and helped Australia to reach a total of 383 runs. In reply to the total New Zealand batting line-up collapse Kane Williamson's run-out was a shock for them and they were able to score only 179 runs they are 204 runs behind only Glenn Phillips was the highest run scorer for New Zealand as he scored 71 runs before getting out to Josh Hazlewood.

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