After WTC success Williamson ICC T20 World Cup: After the World Test Championship (WTC) victory over India, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson set his sights on the ICC T20 World Cup held in the UAE and Oman from October to November this year, and stated that he has “quite equal The side”. Do things well. In the semifinals of 2007 and 2016, Williamson’s team was one of the strongest teams on paper. To enter the T20 World Cup, entering the semifinals is the lowest goal.
“I think we’ve got a pretty well-balanced side with a good mix of exciting new talent and some experience,” said Williamson
New Zealand won the first ICC WTC earlier this year but has not yet achieved the same success in the two White Ball World Cups. After approaching limited fame at the 2019 ICC Men’s World Cup. This team with a group of fast bowlers will have a lot of motivation. In addition to Devon Conway, Finn Allen, and Glenn Phillips. They have become batsmen on the world stage, and many young fast bowlers have also put forward strong arguments for their bowling choices. In addition to a strong batting sequence.
After WTC success Williamson ICC T20 World Cup
New Zealand is strong in both speed and spin bowling. Sailors Tim Southee, Trent Bolt, Lockie Ferguson, and Kyle Jamison got spinners Ish Sodhi and Support from Mitchell Santner.
“I know our guys are really looking forward to another world event and being able to represent New Zealand on the global stage in these challenging times,” Williamson was quoted as saying by icc-cricket.com.
New Zealanders must first negotiate the Super 12 stage, which makes it difficult for Pakistan, India, and Afghanistan. In addition, the first-round group B and second-place finishers of Group A also joined them. And Williamson expressed doubts about the challenge. New Zealand will face Bangladesh and Pakistan in three T20Is in September to prepare for their campaign. Adapting to these conditions is critical to the success of Williamson’s team.