Abbott, Sangha star as Blues bowl out Vics | Sheffield Shield 2021-22

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Experienced quick Sean Abbott and debutant leg-spinner Tanveer Sangha took nine wickets between them as NSW bowled Victoria out for 199 on the opening day of their Marsh Sheffield Shield clash.

Abbott takes six on day one:

Sangha shines on debut:

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