New Zealand's rising batsman David Conway has registered a record in his name by playing a half-century in the final of the World Test Championship. He has become the first cricketer to score a fifty in the WTC final.
Conway played an innings of 54 runs off 153 balls. In reply to India's 217, New Zealand had scored 101 runs for the loss of the wicket by the end of the third day's play. Tom Latham made 30 for the Kiwi team and was dismissed by R Ashwin.
Captain Kane Williamson is currently at the crease after scoring 12 runs. While Ross Taylor is yet to open the account. Earlier, in front of the deadly bowling of Kyle Jameson, the Indian team was bundled out for only 217 runs on the third day. Jameson took five wickets in the innings.
Thus he has become the first bowler to take five wickets in the WTC final. Today the first session has been missed due to rain and it is still raining.