Mayank Agarwal shares special details about his century after the first day

India vs New Zealand Test: Mayank Agarwal, who made a comeback to form by scoring a century in the second Test against New Zealand, says he has helped his century at the end of the day.

Mayank Agarwal shares special details about his century after the first day

Mayank Agarwal, who was criticized for performing poorly in the first Test against New Zealand, has now responded to criticism. Although he is likely to be dropped from the 2nd Test, both sides have at last given up the opportunity. Karnataka's batting partner Mayank Agarwal, who has been lonely in spite of the failure of veteran and star players, helped Team India to a second and final Test against New Zealand in Wankhede, assisted by a glamorous century. Speaking at a news conference after completing the first day, Agarwal said of his century.

After suffering a series of failures for the past two years, Mayank made his comeback on the first day of the second Test against New Zealand, scoring his fourth century. Before the match, Team India coach Rahul Dravid and legendary Sunil Gavaskar made some valuable suggestions. Mayank Agarwal has claimed that he was able to make a century because of these suggestions.


"Sunil Gavaskar had suggested to me to hold the bat down at the beginning of the innings. I can't change it in a short period of time. But I certainly do. I noticed his shoulder position. I understood what I needed to do. ”

Recalling Dravid's play, Mayank said, "After Rahul Dravid came to me after he had joined me in this match. In this case I said to control what was in my hands. Get down to the field and play as good as you can. We only want you so much, ”Mayank revealed to Rahul Dravid.

Left-arm spinner Ajaz Patel (4 for 73) suffered a lethal attack in spite of a good start by India, who won the toss and won the toss in the opening match at Wankhede Stadium on Friday. As a result of Mayank's solitary performance, India were bowled out for 221 for 4 in 70 overs.

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