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Devon Conway credited Neil Wagner for his double century

June 4, 2021

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Devon Conway made his Test debut with a double century against England. He credited Neil Wagner for being able to do that. Conway stated that without Wagner’s contribution with the bat, he would not have reached a century.

Conway was just 14 runs from his double century when England picked New Zealand’s ninth wicket. That was when Wagner came to bat and smashed a quick 25* off 21 balls. It helped Conway make the 14 runs and reach a double century.

In a virtual press conference, Conway revealed how Wagner was shouting ‘go ball go ball’ when he hit a pull shot to get his double century. Conway praised Wagner’s good internet and how his assessment of the situation kept the innings going smoothly. He credited Wagner for his input and support in helping him achieve the double century milestone.

In previous matches as well Wagner has shown his capability with the bat. He is considered the best number 11 batsman in Tests cricket at the moment.

It is exciting to play against Mark Wood: Devon Conway

Devon Conway was run out for 200 in his first innings. None of the English bowlers managed to take his wickets. But Conway admitted to struggling against Mark Wood because of his fast pace. He said that Mark Wood’s pace is definitely fast and difficult to play against. He was just lucky to face him on a slow wicket. Conway commented that Wood’s pace is fast and it made him excited to play his balls. Mark Wood was one of the quickest ballers he faced in his career and that got his adrenaline flowing.

At the end of day 2, the first Test is evenly poised with England scoring 111-2 after the loss of 2 wickets. But New Zealand still leads the match by 267 runs.

After the end of the first Test, New Zealand would play a second test against England. After the end of the two-match test series against England, New Zealand would face India in the WTC final. It would be a one-off Test to decide the winner of the inaugural World Test Championship. New Zealand currently occupies second place in the ICC Test rankings whereas India is on the top spot.

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