ENG vs NZ: Centurion Jonny Bairstow slams critics, know what he said?


New Delhi. England wicket-keeper batsman Jonny Bairstow scored a century in the third Test against New Zealand being played in Leeds. He made England’s return to the match with a partnership of more than 200 runs with Jamie Overton, playing the first Test. Bairstow played this innings at a time when England lost 6 wickets for 55 runs. England’s dashing batsman Joe Root and captain Ben Stokes disappointed in the first innings of the third Test. Root 5 and Stokes were dismissed after scoring 18 runs. But after that Bairstow and Overton took over England’s innings. Bairstow, batting brilliantly, completed the century through 21 fours. After the end of the second day’s play, he lashed out at his critics.

On the second day, Bairstow returned unbeaten on 130 off 126 balls. At the same time, Jamie Overton remained not out after scoring 89 runs off 106 balls. After the end of the second day’s play, Jonny Bairstow spoke openly about his innings. He also told about his poor performance in Test cricket. Barring his century in the second Test against New Zealand, Bairstow could not score more than 30 runs in the last 8 innings.

In an interview given to Sky Sports, Jonny Bairstow said, ‘Sometimes a lot of things are nonsense. Which is spoken about different things. Sometimes it goes into the mind and messes it up. You have to listen to those people who mean more to you than others. He further said, ‘This is the way in which I have always been able to play. I think it’s your personality coming out. I’m not that stressed. I feel like young Johnny.

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England’s counterattack

England had a very poor start in the third Test. The first four batsmen could not cross the double digit mark. If we look at the top-4 batsmen of England, then Alex Liege 4, Jack Crowley 6, Ollie Pope 5 and Joe Root were dismissed after scoring 5. After this, Bairstow, who came to bat at number five, scored a century while playing a brilliant innings. Due to his innings, England was able to make a comeback in the match. New Zealand had scored 329 runs in their first innings. By the time the news was written, England had scored 295 for 7 in their first innings. Bairstow 153 and Stuart Broad were present at the crease without opening an account. Earlier, Jamie Overton was dismissed after scoring 97 runs.

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