Captain says focus is looking forward, not back, with two Tests against England and then India in World Test Championship
For all those books explaining what the British could learn about health, happiness and everything else from the Scandinavians, Japanese and French, no one seems to have done anything much on what the New Zealanders have to teach us. Perhaps the problem is in persuading them to talk openly about their achievements. Like Tim Southee said the other day: “It’s not really the Kiwi way.”
So here they are, one of the smallest cricket-playing countries, with one of the slightest budgets and the sparsest player pools, ranked first in the one-day rankings, second in Tests, third in T20s and about to play India in the first World Test Championship final.
Written by Andy Bull
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2021/jun/01/kane-williamson-new-zealand-england-first-test-cricket under the title “Cool hand Kane Williamson plays down New Zealand’s run of success | Andy Bull”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.