The one-time finale offers an exciting setting, but can never really paint a complete picture of how scary Virat KohliThe Indian team is, said the captain of the country that won the World Test Championship in New Zealand Kane Williamson.
New Zealand beat India by eight weekends in the rain-hit WTC final in Southampton, with Williamson scoring an unbeaten half-century in a modest chase of 139 moves.
“The setting creates excitement. A final finale never reveals the big picture,” Williamson told India Today.
“As we know, this Indian team is a great country. It’s a great country and we are proud to win this match, but it doesn’t take anything away from how strong they are and what quality they have.
“There’s no doubt they’ll win a lot more, you know their quality. They’re relentless, they have the best speed attack in the world, amazing spinning bowling and wadding need no mention. The depth they’ve created,” Williamson said. is eloquent.
Williamson described the Indian players as great ambassadors of the game, and also just loves the passion that fans feel for their national country.
“The emotion that a country brings to the sport, we can all appreciate that we have India and their passion is rewarding. They (the players) behave like ambassadors of the game,” he added.
Entering the last day, Williamson felt that all three results were possible in different percentages, but everyone may feel that in the absence of time, the draw seems to be the most forthcoming result.
“For us, it went on during the day, expecting every result to be realistic and trying to do our best. Nothing different from the last few days and see how the games develop and opportunities appear.”
Williamson agreed that receiving Collie and Cheteshwar Pujara from an early age he did it well for them.
“It was great to take early wickets, which created more chances for a result that day. The Indian team counterattacked after that, and India also had a fair shot. Surface offered to the bowlers. It was intense for us,” said the captain of Balck caps.
Williamson was convicted on the pitch by field referee Michael Goff of Ravichandran Ashwin’s bowling alley, but he reconsidered the decision to get a favorable result.
“It was close because you were betrayed. I thought the way Ravi turned the ball offshore, I thought it could give us a chance. It’s good to review it and it came to me.”
Williamson described Kyle Jamieson as a “brilliant player” who “makes a real difference.”
He is a brilliant player. A novelty on the international stage and he has just brought his own attitude, the attitude of the “team in the first place”, he wants to contribute with a ball and a bat. This is vital for us. He has made so many spells .
He has a huge appetite for learning and improvement. He wants to bowl and bowl and brings the real point of difference, “he concluded.