Williamson’s big statement about the WTC final

Sudev Haldar
3 years ago

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson’s big statement about the WTC final said- Great challenge to play against India

Kane Williamson is thrilled to face Virat Kohli-led Indian cricket team in the World Test Championship final next month and has described it as a ‘great challenge’. India and New Zealand will face off in the final of the first World Test Championship from 18 June.

“Playing against India is a great challenge,” Williamson said in an ICC video released on Twitter. “It’s exciting to play the finals against India and winning,” he said.

Asked about the championship, he said, “The matches in the World Test Championship were very interesting. India Australia series or our series against Pakistan has been very competitive. “New Zealand fast bowler Neil Wagner admitted that India has good fast bowlers to use the situation in England but said that the wickets can be flat at any time.

He said, “India has great fast bowlers who have done well under different conditions. They can swing the ball, but the sun can cause the wicket to become flat, which will not help them. “

Williamson’s big statement about the WTC final

Wagner said, “Things change fast in England, so I am not thinking too much. What to think about things that are not under control.”

Hanuma Vihari said

Hanuma Vihari, an Indian batsman playing for Warwickshire County in England, said that the country It is a great experience to play the World Test Championship final.

He said, “I am thrilled but do not want to get carried away in the light of the importance of the match.” It is always a great experience to play for India as a player. “Most of the New Zealand cricketers have reached the UK where they have to play a series of two Tests against the hosts from June 2. The Indian team will arrive here in the first week of June.”

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