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Kyle Jamieson takes five wickets as New Zealand dominate India

Kyle Jamieson takes five wickets as New Zealand dominate India
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The 6fit 8in paceman finished with sensational figures of five for 31.

Kyle Jamieson claimed a brilliant five-wicket haul as New Zealand seized the initiative on day three of the World Test Championship final against India.

The 6fit 8in paceman finished with sensational figures of five for 31 in 22 overs as the Black Caps dismissed their rivals for 217 at the Ageas Bowl.

The longstanding gloomy conditions that had prevailed throughout that innings then began to brighten up, as Kiwi openers Devon Conway and Tom Latham responded by guiding their side to 36 without loss at tea.

Jamieson's performance was exemplary, picking up where he left off after conceding just 14 runs from as many overs on Saturday, as well as taking out Rohit Sharma.

This time he started with an even bigger prize, staring down a highly-motivated Virat Kohli and pinning him lbw without adding to his overnight score of 44. After three-and-a-quarter hours of toil at the crease, and 132 balls, it was a surprise to see the India skipper not go through the gears but a last-second call for DRS could not help him.

Jamieson continued his relentless examination, aided by a swinging ball, with Rishabh Pant taking 20 balls to get off the mark only to lose his patience far too quickly and nick a booming drive to Latham.

Kyle Jamieson claimed a fifth Test five-for
Kyle Jamieson claimed a fifth Test five-for (Adam Davy/PA)

India reached lunch at 211 for seven after Neil Wagner suckered Ajinkya Rahane into a desperate shot, plugging a bouncer straight to square leg, and Tim Southee had Ravichandran Ashwin lbw.

The break allowed Jamieson to recharge his batteries and he wrapped up his fifth five-for in just eight Test appearances when Ishant Sharma and Mohamed Shami succumbed to successive deliveries, the latter a hooping yorker.

Trent Boult finished it off with a seventh wicket of the day but India could not add to the tally in 21 overs before tea. Shami was their most dangerous bowler, thumping the bat of each Conway and Latham as he found some unpredictable bounce, only for both ricochets to clear the man at gully.

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Sunday's key events


GOLF
· The men's golf reaches its conclusion, with plenty of players still in medal contention. Home favourite Hideki Matsuyama is one shot off Xander Schauffele's lead, while Great Britain's Paul Casey is another shot further back and Tommy Fleetwood is also in the mix (11.30pm-8am)

CYCLING - BMX
· Great Britain have already made history in the BMX events in Tokyo, something Charlotte Worthington and Declan Brooks will be looking to add to in the women's (2.10am) and men's (3.10am) freestyle finals

SWIMMING
· The final day of swimming action begins with the men's 50m freestyle final. Ben Proud could add to a medal-laden Games in the pool for Team GB so far, although he is up against USA's Caeleb Dressel, who is going for his fourth gold in Tokyo (2.30am)
· From sprint to endurance, Great Britain's second medal hope of the day comes through Daniel Jervis in the men's 1500m freestyle final (2.44am)
· Team GB will again be among the heavy favourites for gold in the last swimming event of the Games - the men's 4x100m medley relay final - having won the mixed event in a world record time on Saturday (3.36am)

BOXING
· Already guaranteed at least a bronze, Pat McCormack takes part in the men's welterweight semi-final against Ireland's Aidan Walsh with a spot in the gold medal final at stake (4.03am)
· Ben Whittaker is also in the semi-finals of the men's light heavyweight and will be looking to continue Team GB's success in the ring (4.51am)

TENNIS
· There will be a surprise on the top of the men's tennis podium after Novak Djokovic missed out on a medal altogether. Alexander Zverev takes on Karen Khachanov in the second match on Centre Court at the Ariake Tennis Park (7am-2pm)

SAILING
· Alison Young will be going for gold in the women's laser radial medal race (7.33am)

ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS
· Team GB's Max Whitlock will look to defend his 2016 Olympic title in the men's pommel horse final (10.41am)

ATHLETICS
· The men's high jump final includes GB's Tom Gale, although his chances of a medal look bleak (11.10am)
· So often the blue-riband event of the Olympics, the men's 100m final takes place as the world's fastest bid to be crowned Usain Bolt's successor. Three Brits have made it into the semi-finals (11.15am-11.32am), and the final looks wide open after an underwhelming display by favourite Trayvon Bromell on Saturday (1.50pm)

HOCKEY
· Great Britain face India in the men's quarter-final (1pm)

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