Devon Conway was full of praise for New Zealand’s No.11 drummer Neil Wagner. The Test rookie said he wouldn’t have made it to his double ton without Wagner’s significant engagement with the bat.
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By the time England got New Zealand’s 10th wicket, Devon Conway was still 14 points short of his two cents. Either way, Neil Wagner showed his batting ability, crushing a quick 25 * shot on 21 balls to help Devon Conway reach the 200-point milestone in his first inning of testing.
In a post-match press conference, Devon Conway said: “While it was in the air, Wags was shouting ‘go go go go” throughout the innings. Huge credit to him, I couldn’t have reached this stage without him being there at the other end. “
Neil Wagner has shown his ability at bat often, averaging 14.04 in Tests. Many generally consider him to be the best No.11 batsman in the cricket test at the moment.
Devon Conway was eventually exhausted for 200 in his first test heats with none of the English bowlers figuring out how to get him out. However, the drummer said he tried to cancel Mark Wood on occasion due to his express speed. Devon Conway also hit a few blows on the arm of Mark Wood’s bowling alley.
“He’s definitely there for the pace, but this wicket isn’t one of the fastest around. I’m pretty grateful that I got to face him on a slightly slower wicket. It’s pretty fast. and get that adrenaline pumping and it’s exciting from the front, probably one of the fastest guys in my career, ”he added.
The initial test at Lord’s is also ready after the end of Day 2, with England fighting back to reach 111-2 after losing two early wickets. Yet New Zealand leads by 267 points.