The fast bowler of the Australian Cricket Team Josh Hazlewood took 4 wickets in the first innings of the first test against New Zealand and helped his side bowl out the opposition for just 183 runs but he believes in next innings it will be more difficult to dismiss them.
Hazlewood gave his side a great start in the match by picking up 3 of the first four wickets in first 10 overs, as he dismissed both openers Tom Lathan and Martin Guptill. He also got wicket of New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum who is playing the last series of his career.
The Australians also lost first two wickets quickly but then Steven Smith and Usman Khawaja scored fifties and had 126 runs partnership. Hazlewood said that new ball will be a little difficult to face but when it gets old the pitch is not bad to bat on bowlers will have to work hard.
The veteran fast bowler Peter Siddle was also praised by Hazlewood as he said that the experienced bowler builds the pressure very well which also helps the bowler from the other end. He said that Siddle has done it throughout his career and is a great partner to bowl with.
Hazlewood also praised the fielders as all ten wickets of New Zealand were fallen due to catches. The Wicket-keeper Peter Nevill took 4 catches and Hazlewood said that there are not many balls that their keeper lets go which also helps the confidence of bowler.