This star player will play his last match in T20 World Cup today, will compete with this team

The T20 World Cup is currently underway in the West Indies and America. The group stage is nearing its conclusion, and all eight teams have qualified for the Super 8 round. A notable star player will be playing his last T20 World Cup match today. Trent Boult, New Zealand’s star fast bowler, has announced that the match against Papua New Guinea will be his last in the tournament. Boult had made this announcement after New Zealand’s victory over Uganda in the World Cup, stating that this will be his last T20 World Cup.

Boult, 34, has been a crucial part of the New Zealand team since his debut in 2011. He has played in several big tournaments in all three formats for his country and has been an important member of the team. This will be his fifth T20 World Cup, with previous appearances in 2014, 2016, 2021, and 2022.

The match against Papua New Guinea is significant not just because it will be Boult’s last, but also because it marks the end of an era for the New Zealand team, which has not had a particularly successful tournament so far. Afghanistan and West Indies have secured their spots in the Super Eight from Group C, while New Zealand has already been eliminated.

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