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Kyle Jameson with the ICC Test Mess and Man of the Match trophy.
New Zealand won the first ICC World Test Championship by defeating Team India. The match was level for the first 5 days. On the reserve day, the Indian team was all out for 170 runs and the Kiwi team got the target of 139 runs. Even this goal was not very easy on the last day’s pitch. When New Zealand’s second innings began, there was tension and pressure in their dressing room. It has been revealed that 6 feet, 7 inches tall fast bowler Kyle Jameson, who was the man of the match in the final.
Toughest period of my career
Jameson said that he was getting very nervous during New Zealand’s innings. The spectators were cheering on every ball of the Indian bowlers. Every ball looked like the wicket would fall. To avoid this, he went to the bathroom and hid so that he could take some time away from the match.
Jameson took 7 wickets in the final, bowling excellently.
Kane and Ross were trusted
Jamieson said that even though he was nervous, he had faith in team captain Kane Williamson and veteran batsman Ross Taylor. Both shared a 96-run partnership for the third wicket to give New Zealand victory. Before him, Tom Latham (9) and Devon Conway (19) got out and returned to the pavilion.
Played again 48 hours after the final
Jameson didn’t get much chance to celebrate after winning the World Test Championship final. He was playing for Surrey in county cricket only after 48 hours of the match. It was a T20 match. Jameson had twice dismissed his captain Virat Kohli in the Royal Challengers Bangalore team in the final of the Test Championship. He also did the feat of taking 5 wickets in the first innings of the match.