Kane Williamson broke down badly after retirement, became emotional in the press conference itself, gave an emotional statement

Kane Williamson: New Zealand participated in the T20 World Cup 2024 under the leadership of Kane Williamson. But the team’s performance was poor. After losing the first two matches, the Kiwi team’s journey ended from the Super 8. The team played the last match against Papunua New Guinea and ended its campaign with a spectacular win by 9 wickets. However, after the match, captain Kane Williamson became emotional while talking about retirement. He said something big in the post-match interview.

Williamson gets emotional about retirement

  • New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult had told before the match against Papua New Guinea that he is playing the last T20 World Cup of his career.
  • Obviously Bolt wants to retire from the T20 format. However, while talking about his retirement, captain Kane Williamson became emotional during his post-match conference.
  • They said, “It was sad to see Trent Boult go. As a player, he had a lot of hunger. He trained very hard. He always kept the momentum. He has been involved in many ICC events and has made a significant contribution to our game.”

Such has been the performance of Bolt

  • Trent Boult, who started his T20 International career in 2013, did a great job with his bowling in the World Cup 2024. He took 2 wickets against Afghanistan in the very first match.
  • While Bolt bowled lethally against West Indies and took 3 wickets. Bolt also performed brilliantly against Uganda and Papua New Guinea and took 2 wickets each. In the 4 matches played in the mega event, Bolt took a total of 9 wickets.

Saddened by poor performance in World Cup

  • Bolt expressed regret over New Zealand’s poor performance. He is saddened by his poor performance in his last T20 World Cup. Bolt said in his conversation,
  • “Of course we didn’t want to start the tournament like this. It’s very difficult to digest. We are disappointed that we couldn’t go further. But when you represent your country, it is a proud moment.
  • Our record has been excellent for the last several years. Unfortunately, we could not play well last week.”

Also read: Afghanistan helpless in front of Nicholas Pooran’s stormy batting, scored 36 runs in 1 over, West Indies won by a huge margin of 104 runs

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