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New Zealand manager dries Kyle Jamieson’s cricket gear with fan on ceiling; picture goes viral

The picture was shared by the official handle of the New Zealand cricket team.

Saurabh Ganguly Editor

Updated - 4 December 2021 12:48 pm

Highlights
  • Jamieson faced a bit of a laundry issue before the start of the 2nd Test.
  • It was the Kiwi manager Mike Sandle whose idea to dry the cricket gear which has made him a subject of news.
  • Sandle used a ceiling fan to help Jamieson dry his gear.

New Zealand fast bowler Kyle Jamieson is currently part of the New Zealand cricket team who are playing a Test match against India at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. Although he could not get a wicket on the opening day of the second Test match with Ajaz Patel doing all the damage to the Indian batting lineup. It is being learned that Jamieson faced a bit of a laundry issue before the start of the match.

However, it was the Kiwi manager Mike Sandle whose idea to dry the cricket gear which has made him a subject of news. Sandle used a ceiling fan to help Jamieson dry his gear, a picture of which was shared by the official handle of the New Zealand team.

“Manager Mike Sandle solving an early laundry issue for Kyle Jamieson ahead of day two in Mumbai 👍#KiwiIngenuity #CricketNation,” they wrote in the post with the picture.

Check out the pic here:

Very cool to come out with a draw like that in Kanpur: Jamieson

Earlier, Jamieson shared his thoughts on the first Test match against India where the Kiwis, despite having their backs against the wall, managed to draw the game on the final day with one wicket remaining.

“It was an awesome Test. Pretty nail-biting going down to the last wicket in the dying minutes of daylight we had. Very cool to come out with a draw like that. In Test cricket, we see a lot of victories within day three or four but to go down till the end on day five and have a thrilling draw at the end was pretty cool,” said Jamieson in a video interview by New Zealand Cricket (NZC).

“I hadn’t played anything in this part of the world, especially red-ball cricket. So, trying to learn and see how my game will go in these conditions. I think that’s the beauty of Test cricket, it challenges you to play yourself all around the world. I have had limited experiences overseas and certainly hope through the course of my career that challenges like that. Those are the sort of things that make you drive and strive to get better and take on these challenges and learn from them,” he added.

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