“Our guys were good.” Kane Williamson Reflects on New Zealand’s Performance on Tough Surface

The New Zealand players and fans experienced their most awaited moment of the T20 World Cup 2024. After starting the T20 World Cup with consecutive disappointments, the 

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The Kiwi side experienced their most desired win. On the 32nd match of the tournament, New Zealand locked horns with Uganda and registered a massive 9-wicket win. After that win, New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson reflected on their performance. 

Williamson’s Words After the Match:

The New Zealand side experienced back-to-back defeats since the beginning of the T20 World Cup. After those setbacks, they are out of the Super Eight race. In the match against Uganda, they bounced back after facing those difficulties. The Kiwi bowlers performed exceptionally well and sealed the game for them. As they restricted the side to a low score, it was easy to chase and the Kiwi batters reached the target in no time. 

After that match, Kane Williamson talked about this. He said, “Our guys were good. Was a tough surface. Not a lot of control of ideas and methods. That made a difference. We saw that in the previous match, it has been unique, better to play this way in this match.”

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On Uganda’s Campaign:

From not being a regular side to playing their first edition of the T20 World Cup, Uganda has come a long way. In this edition, they showcased their characters and registered won in only one game. In this match, they must have struggled but showed exceptional fighting effort in the tournament till now. 

After that match, New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson praised their effort and said, “The teams have been getting more exposure at the highest level, helps to develop as a team. Having that exposure is always a great experience to learn from.”

Later he added, “Need to train again and play again. The same discussions all again. Have been respectful about the conditions, we’ll rest and play again in a couple of days.”

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The New Zealand players and fans experienced their most awaited moment of the T20 World Cup 2024. After starting the T20 World Cup with consecutive disappointments, the 

The Kiwi side experienced their most desired win. On the 32nd match of the tournament, New Zealand locked horns with Uganda and registered a massive 9-wicket win. After that win, New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson reflected on their performance. 

Williamson’s Words After the Match:

The New Zealand side experienced back-to-back defeats since the beginning of the T20 World Cup. After those setbacks, they are out of the Super Eight race. In the match against Uganda, they bounced back after facing those difficulties. The Kiwi bowlers performed exceptionally well and sealed the game for them. As they restricted the side to a low score, it was easy to chase and the Kiwi batters reached the target in no time. 

After that match, Kane Williamson talked about this. He said, “Our guys were good. Was a tough surface. Not a lot of control of ideas and methods. That made a difference. We saw that in the previous match, it has been unique, better to play this way in this match.”

On Uganda’s Campaign:

From not being a regular side to playing their first edition of the T20 World Cup, Uganda has come a long way. In this edition, they showcased their characters and registered won in only one game. In this match, they must have struggled but showed exceptional fighting effort in the tournament till now. 

After that match, New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson praised their effort and said, “The teams have been getting more exposure at the highest level, helps to develop as a team. Having that exposure is always a great experience to learn from.”

Later he added, “Need to train again and play again. The same discussions all again. Have been respectful about the conditions, we'll rest and play again in a couple of days.”

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