Tim Southee breaks Vettori’s record, becomes the second Kiwi player to do so

In the first Test match played in Wellington between New Zealand and India, India started poorly and were all out for 165 runs. New Zealand's pace bowler Tim Southee and Jameson took 4-4 wickets. Just as he made Mohammad his fourth victim, he broke the record of the highest wicket-taker on New Zealand soil, Daniel Vettori.

Vettori has taken 159 wickets while playing in New Zealand and while Southee broke his record with 4 wickets in the first innings against India. Southee now has 160 wickets in New Zealand and has come second in terms of highest number of wickets in his country. Just ahead of him is the great all-rounder Richard Headley. He has 201 wickets in New Zealand.

Southey's career

Southee has played 72 Tests, 143 ODIs and 70 T20 matches for New Zealand in which he has taken 274,190 & nbsp; and 78 wickets respectively.

Let us know that in the first Test match of New Zealand and India, Kiwi fast bowlers threw the ball on the fine line, prevented the Indian batsmen from scoring runs and were all out for 165 runs. Whereas by the end of the second day's play, the Kiwi team has scored 216 runs at the loss of 5 wickets and a pair of Watling and Grandhomm are present at the crease for the batting.

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