Kane Williamson said Australia fully deserved the title

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Kane Williamson said Australia fully deserved the title

Dubai New Zealand captain Kane Williamson felt his team failed to create many chances in that match as he defended 173 against Australia in the ICC T20 World Cup final. Having said that, in their first T20 World Cup final, Australia absolutely deserved to be champions by chasing the target. We report that the New Zealand team lost to Australia by eight wickets at the Dubai International Stadium on Sunday.

Williamson said in the post-final press conference: “I thought the efforts that were put in were excellent. The team worked hard, it was a competitive goal. Unfortunately, we were unable to create many opportunities and achieve those successes.” capable. It was a bit disappointing. I think we have observed the conditions throughout the round. They have been quite consistent and the ball skidded a bit, but the Australians were able to chase their target. They had a great campaign. And totally deserved that (title) “.

Williamson believed that “it was difficult to score runs at the start of the pitch as they were only able to score 57/1 in the first ten overs. It seemed tough. A platform like the common features, I think the Dubai pitches.” It was good to build and accelerate from there what we were able to do. I think when you lose, you look at a lot of different areas and you want more of everything. But I think if we look at the team, the campaign and the effort that went into it and the performances that brought us here. But you are going against a very strong team from Australia, they are playing very well and they did it again tonight. They just did. “

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Speaking of his stormy 85-of-48-ball hit with the help of ten fours and three sixes, Williamson commented: “It was good to contribute. I think when you’re done with the bottom line, you always want a little more. You want to make sure of that as a hitter or being part of a partnership that has real value and that was definitely our focus. But unfortunately, today doesn’t get us far enough. Gaya. But there are a lot of good contributions. Our team did their best. “

The 31-year-old said Australia had done well enough to put pressure on him, depriving his players of taking crucial terrain when they needed it most.

He said: “The bowling attack has been a strong point for us during this competition. You have to adapt from place to place, team to team, and that’s the nature of playing in a tournament. Tonight, you always have those. you can see the little things you want to do a little better. “

New Zealand’s next international assignment is a three-game T20I series against India, which kicks off in Jaipur on Wednesday. After the T20I series, the Black Caps will participate in two events to be played in Kanpur and Mumbai.


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