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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cricket

    The Black Caps appear to have found their solution to celebrations

    The Black Caps appear to have found their solution to celebrations


    The first Chappell-Hadlee one day international against Australia in Sydney was played without spectators due to concerns of the coronavirus.

    New Zealand's been bowled out for 187 in the 41st over, after earlier restricting their hosts to 258 for seven.

    In a bid to further keep the players healthy and safe, it's been recommended they don't shine the ball with saliva and avoid person-to-person contact.

    New Zealand spinner Ish Sodhi says they've come up with an alternative.



    Meanwhile Black Caps fast bowler Lockie Ferguson's been put in isolation for 24 hours over fears he may have coronavirus, after reporting a sore throat following the loss.

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