New Zealand became the first team to get the tickets to the finals of the World Test Championship after Australia canceled their tour of South Africa. The skipper of New Zealand, Kane Williamson has stated that his team is excited to feature in the finals of the first-ever World Test Championship. He believes the final will bring more audience to the stadium in the Test matches as well.
New Zealand qualified for finals with 420 points and a 70% winning percentage. Williamson talked to Sports Today through an online conference and talk about the feelings of getting into the finals.
“It’s exciting to play in the final of the first World Test Championship. Adding the Test Championship has added context to Test Cricket and it has been a really interesting move,” Williamson said.
“I think we have seen that more or so in recent months, here sides have made players benefit from opportunities to advance themselves into the final and that’s really exciting,” he further added.
New Zealand beat Pakistan in the last series they played in the home ground of Pakistan where Kane Williamson did a great job. He is currently the number 1 batsman in Tet Cricket. The 30-year old Kiwi skipper gets his career-best 251 against West Indies followed by a double hundred and a hundred against Pakistan.