Day 2: Southee, openers bring New Zealand back in game
Millennium Post Delhi|November 27, 2021
Playing his 80th Test match, Southee (5/69) took his 13th five-wicket haul on an unresponsive track to send India packing for 345

New Zealand's Tom Latham plays a shot during second day of the first test cricket match between India and New Zealand, at Green Park stadium in Kanpur, Friday PTI

VISITORS REACH 129 FOR NO LOSS

KANPUR: Tim Southee bowled an incisive morning spell to take five wickets which was then brilliantly complemented by openers Will Young and Tom Latham as New Zealand dominated India to reach 129 for no loss on the second day of the opening Test here on Friday.

The only highlight for India in an otherwise disappointing day was Shreyas Iyer's (105 off 171 balls) debut hundred.

Playing his 80th Test match, Southee (5/69) took his 13th five-wicket haul on an unresponsive track to send India packing for 345 after they started the day at 258 for 4.

Young then held centre stage in his fourth Test appearance as he looked composed and unperturbed during his unbeaten knock of 75 off 180 balls.

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