WTC Final 2021: Former India Wicket-keeper batsman Parthiv Patel has praised New Zealand Captain Kane Williamson, for being decisive in his footwork & knowing how to play every ball perfectly to its merits. India & New Zealand will be coming into a face-off in the WTC final 2021 at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton, beginning June 18.
“What Virat Kohli is for India, we are talking for Kane Williamson for New Zealand. Someone who is experienced, someone who knows how to play in the English conditions, he has done really well against England in England, & his ability to play really late. I think, especially when you are playing in England that makes a big difference”, said Parthiv Patel on Star Sports Show ‘Game Plan’ ahead of the WTC Final 2021.
“You have got to play under your eye line all the time, so to get him out, you have got to bowl really well against him. You have to make sure you are hitting the areas more often than not. The ability which he has- with correct defense & is always decisive about his footwork”, Parthiv added.
Kane Williamson will play a vital role when the Blac Caps will come into a face-off with India in the first-ever WTC final starting from June 18 at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton. The Indian Cricket team players have arrived in Southampton & after completing three days of hard quarantine they have resumed their training within the bio-bubble environment.
The Player’s activity will be increased gradually after each round of negative testing, starting from exercise in isolation to small group & then followed by larger squad activity while remaining within the bio-secure environment.
Currently, New Zealand’s team is playing two-match test series against England, with the first match ended in a draw. After the completion of the bilateral test series, the Black Caps will move from the ECB bio-bubble into the WTC final bubble on June 15. And then they will be subjected to regular testing prior to & post-arrival in Southampton.
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