NS Cricket – New Zealand’s Kane Williamson celebrates with the trophy after winning the final to become the ICC World Test Champion [Photos by John Sibley/Reuters]
New Zealand cricket fans on Thursday hailed a “David and Goliath” win over India in their World Cup opener, crediting Kane Williamson’s players for shrugging off the pain of defeat. that they got in a big competition recently.
The Black Caps players were also praised for their success, with analysts saying that their game was highlighted when they won in Southampton.
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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said: “This was a fantastic performance from a team at the top of their game and at the top of the world.”
“Kane Williamson and the leadership of the team have built a team with intelligence and humility that has become the admiration of many New Zealanders.”
Legendary player Richard Hadlee – known as New Zealand’s greatest player – said “the current squad is the best in our history” [Action Photos via John Sibley/Reuters]
The final was shown last night in New Zealand and viewers remembered the defeat of the Black Caps in the One Day World Cup.
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Rugby New Zealand won three world championships, the All Blacks said the result, painful at the time, could be called “just what was planned for the big event”.
“Congratulations to the @BLACKCAPS for winning the biggest prize in the history of cricket, the World Cup,” the club’s Twitter account said. “You dreamed big and you made us all proud.”
“It’s a David and Goliath story, but Kane Williamson and his team are now world Test champions and have proved that sometimes, sometimes, the good guys finish first,” said former cricketer Simon Doull.
Neil Wagner of New Zealand celebrates after taking the wicket of Ravindra Jadeja of India [Photos via John Sibley/Reuters]
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A former New Zealand player, Mark Richardson, stressed the decision was made to avoid “the disdainful and disrespectful way Australia played when they dominated”.
“They play hard and stand up but I think they are trying to bring back the old cricket of the people,” he told TV3.
“Jamieson was the star player at Southampton, taking figures of 7-61 including the crucial wicket of Kohli in both innings,” he wrote.
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“Sixteen months since they played against India in Wellington, Jamieson has 46 wickets from eight Tests at an average of 14.”
Stuff.co.nz cricket columnist Mark Geenty says the New Zealand team are “killer giants” [Photos via John Sibley/Reuters]
Others noted how appropriate Williamson and batsman Ross Taylor – both key to New Zealand’s rise – were among the top scorers.
All-rounder Richard Hadlee – known as New Zealand’s greatest player – said “the current squad is the best in our history”.
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“Over the past two years, the Black Caps’ performance on the Test pitch has been phenomenal, winning nationally and internationally,” he said.
In excitement, Australian cricket captain Tim Paine was tweeting on New Zealand’s Twitter account following his pre-match prediction that India would win “well”.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the cricket team has become an inspiration to many New Zealanders [File: Dave Lintott/AFP] Consider the statistics from the World Test Championship that show the biggest attacks in world.
Australia’s New Zealand Bowling Coach, Shane Jurgensen, said the Kiwis’ World Cup win and their Test status in the world should put an end to the current debate about the Black Cap players. you have the best cock in the world.
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NZ’s win over India in Southampton last week was the result of a four-hit attack that has been key to their success since the start of the WTC two years ago.
The established trio of Tim Southee, Trent Boult and Neil Wagner was recently joined by rookie Kyle Jamieson, who entered the world stage with 46 wickets in just eight matches.
Jurgensen, a former representative of Queensland, Tasmania and WA, said there was no doubt in his mind that the attacking style was the best in the game.
“I think they are here, and we can say it loudly now. This is not a strange thing and it has been happening for a long time.
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“As I said, the belief in the football team – how organized, how fit, how strong and how they believe in each other, the confidence is amazing.”
According to the statistics of the World Cup, the number of attacks of New Zealand, Australia, India and England is very difficult to separate.
England (255 wickets at 24.12 from 21 matches), New Zealand (188 wickets at 23.17 from 12 matches), Australia (187 wickets at 23.35 from 14 matches) and India (172 wickets at 22.15 from 10 matches) have all achieved similar results. this response. from their games. in two years of WTC.
England are number one away as they scored in the 6th position like Ben Stokes, who scored 34 balls at 26.26 from 17 Tests, while the other three countries did nothing from the player.
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Joe Root’s side, who played the most WTC matches and rotated their players everywhere, had a total of seven players who finished with 15 or more wickets in the tournament, compared to just three for Australia, four of the Kiwis and five in the competition. India.
Australia relied heavily on Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc for their pace in the WTC, with all three finishing in the top six fastest batsmen in the tournament and all under 25.
On the other hand, India – whose kit was stretched during the injury crisis in their famous win over Australia last summer – were more spread out and only two of their bowlers finished in the top 20 .
A major difference between the Kiwi attack and the other four countries that led to the WTC attack was the lack of self-reliance to support the attack.
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The New Zealand players took only 25 wickets at the WTC compared to 143 for India, 102 for England and 59 for Australia, while the Black Caps did not include a player in the final against India last week.
But with the Test tours of India, Bangladesh and Pakistan around the corner, the Kiwi’s all-round talent is expected to take a backseat as players like Ajaz Patel and Will Somerville take on other roles.
“I’m really happy that Ajaz got that chance at Edgbaston when we played England to see him score two goals – it’s really a matter of confidence in him.
“And let’s say again we have an international tour coming up and we have Ajaz, Will and Rachin (Ravindra).
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“There’s a lot of options. (South African Michael) Rippon from Otago could do it soon and there’s a lot of guys putting their hands up. So, there’s going to be some tough choices coming up.” ’22 heroes and nobody wins’: NZ media ignores boundary count after Black Caps’ steal maiden headline “Cricket World Cup final with 22 heroes and nobody wins”, read the headline while the New Zealand media praised the team and criticized the rules” “Black Caps girl name success.
“Cricket World Cup final with 22 heroes and no winner”, read the headlines as the New Zealand media praised the team and condemned the rules for ‘ The Black Caps won their first title.
In a dramatic encounter on Sunday night, the game came to a screeching halt in the final over with England needing nine balls from three balls when Ben Stokes bowled Trent Boult inside. Martin Guptill’s delivery hits Stokes hard as he dives for the second run. The ball goes back over the ropes for another four runs.
This raised the tension of the situation until the competition was extended in the Super Over where the players lifted the trophy of the first World Cup on the borders of the country after 15 goals were scored.
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“Cricket World Cup Final: Limits win for Blacks”, read the headline in stuff.co.nz.
The New Zealand Herald’s top sports story read: “Whatever Monday: Cricket World Cup with 22 heroes and no winner.” “England should have got five, not six runs and overturned?” asked a section in the newspaper.
Former New Zealand coach Mike Hesson says the Super Over is a bad way to decide a big event like the World Cup.
Hesson believes England captain Eoin Morgan and fellow Kiwi Kane Williamson both deserve to lift the trophy.
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“Kane Williamson and Eoin Morgan should take it together