T20 World Cup 2024: Williamson Fears “This Team’s Bowling Is The Most Dangerous”

Sangeeta Viswas
2 weeks ago

T20 World Cup 2024: Williamson Fears “This Team’s Bowling Is The Most Dangerous” The T20 World Cup 2024 is off to an exciting start, with several matches already going down to the wire and super overs.

Team Is Fighting Tooth And Nail For Victory

Fans are loving the close competition, and each team is fighting tooth and nail for victory.

In this thrilling scenario, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has expressed his concerns about a particular team’s bowling attack.

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Williamson’s WC Worry

New Zealand will play their first match of the World Cup against Afghanistan on June 8th. Ahead of this crucial clash, Kiwi skipper Kane Williamson has stated that Afghanistan has emerged as a strong team with hardworking players.

He highlighted Afghanistan’s aggressive bowling attack, emphasizing the threat posed by star leg-spinner Rashid Khan.

“Rashid Khan is a big danger,” Williamson said. “He just came from the IPL and can change the game anytime with his bowling.”

New Zealand’s World Cup Schedule

New Zealand has been placed in Group C of the T20 World Cup 2024 alongside West Indies, Afghanistan, Uganda, and Papua New Guinea.

They will face Afghanistan on June 8th, followed by West Indies on June 12th. Later, the Kiwis will play Uganda on June 14th and Papua New Guinea on June 17th.

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New Zealand is yet to win a T20 World Cup title, and they will be hoping to break this jinx this time around.

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