New Delhi: New Zealand and Pakistan are set to fight for the spot in the finale of the T20 World Cup 2022. The two teams will fight on 9th November 2022. While talking about the strengths of his side, Kane Williamson said that his bowlers have been important in their journey.
While talking in the pre-match press conference, Williamson said, “I mean, they’re experienced players for us. They’ve played for us a long time, whether that’s taking wickets or, in particular, adjusting to conditions which certainly we need them to come to tournaments, world events, that’s a big part of playing.”
“So they’ve been outstanding throughout this tournament. And tomorrow we’re at another venue against another opposition, and we’ll have to make those adjustments again,” he added heaping praises on his boys.
Kane Williamson talks about pitch conditions
Talking about the pitch conditions and ground of Sydney, Kiwis captain said that they played there before but it behaved differently both times. Thus, his team will just ry to adjust to conditions.
“ suppose it’s kind of interesting, the first game we played here, the wicket was a very good one. And then the second time we played here it had changed. And sometimes you can take perhaps what you were expecting the wicket to be like in the first game and think it would behave in the same way, which it didn’t,” he said.
Pakistan are strong opponent – Kiwis Captain
“They’ve got an outstanding pace attack. Like I mentioned, they’ve been playing really good cricket. They’ve got very experienced players on their side, who are match-winners. So, that’s a real strength for them,” Williamson had said.
“You come to these tournaments, and as we’ve seen, all teams can beat each other and it’s definitely a pretty exciting event. I guess you’re going through it trying to adjust to conditions as quickly as possible, make those changes to the different opposition and really go out and try and express yourselves. It’s been nice that we’ve been able to see that throughout this competition. And certainly, want to be doing that again tomorrow,” concluded.