Standing in the camera dressing room at Hegley Oval in Christchurch, the camera was showing Captain Ken Williamson repeatedly pointing to his crew on the crease, Daryl Mitchell, that you have an over in which you can score a century. Because I also have to declare an innings.
Darrell Mitchell got not one but two overs to complete his first Test century. Gave the captain a chance to declare any more delayed innings.
When Williamson decided to end New Zealand’s first innings at 659 for six, the Pakistani team was crushed by a huge deficit of 362 runs.The question is, after dropping Ken Williamson’s catches and scoring his double century, which batsman in the Pakistani team can stand on the crease for two days and play an innings like Williamson and save the Pakistani team match?