The tension during New Zealand’s run chase on the final day of the World Test Championship final forced Kyle Jamieson to hide inside the bathroom.
Jamieson, who was the Man of the Match for his seven wickets in the final, said he felt nervous while watching the action from the dressing room.
“It was probably the toughest period of cricket I’ve been a part of, in terms of watching,” Jamieson told Country Sport Breakfast on Gold AM.
“We were sitting inside and actually watching on TV. There was a bit of a delay but it seemed like every ball the Indian crowd was up and about and I was like ‘jeez it’s a wicket’ or something like that, but it turned out it was just a block or a single.”
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Eventually, captain Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor got the team home rather comfortably while chasing 139 for a win.
“It was pretty tough to watch. I…