New Delhi, Online Desk. Fast bowler Matthew Pats, who was debuting for the England team in the Lord’s Test against New Zealand under the leadership of Ben Stokes, proved Kane Williamson’s wicket in his very first over that the decision to include him in the team was perfect for the team. Is. Pats got Kane Williamson caught by wicketkeeper Fox in the very first over. He scored only 2 runs.
Pats dominated the debut test
Pats, making his debut in the first Test against New Zealand, created a sensation by taking three wickets in the very first session. The special thing about his career is that he started his international wicket by dismissing New Zealand captain Kane Williamson. He dismissed him in his very first over. He then broke New Zealand’s back by dismissing Darryl Mitchell and Tom Blundell.
The three-match series is the first test for England captain Ben Stokes and coach Brendon McCullum. McCullum took over after Silverwood stepped down and Stokes stepped down as Joe Root.
Decision proved right as captain
As captain, Ben Stokes wanted Stuart Broad and James Anderson to return to the team. Both made a comeback after the Ashes through this Test, and on the very first day, Anderson proved Stokes’ decision right. The pair of these two took 5 wickets.