Indian opener Shubman Gill says that the floodlight during the WTC final has robbed the Indian team to have a crack at Ross Taylor. He also said that the bad light has made further inroads into the New Zealand batting on the third day of the test.
During a virtual media conference, Gill said, “Conway was a crucial wicket for us and I feel that if we would have been able to bowl a few overs to Ross Taylor, we might have been able to get a couple of more wickets. We would have a slight edge tomorrow as both batsmen (Taylor and Kane Williamson) are relatively new at the crease.”
Gill admitted that it’s been a problem as India has now failed to cross 250 against New Zealand on five successive occasions. However, New Zealand scored 101 runs for two with Devon Conway (54).