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Kane Williamson’s befitting reply to Ross Taylor, says no one was pressured to retire – India TV Hindi

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Kane Williamson and Neil Wagner

The New Zealand team is currently playing a 2-match Test series against Australia at home, in the first match of which they had to face defeat. Just a day before the start of this series, Kiwi team’s fast bowler Neil Wagner had announced his retirement from international cricket. He was also not included in the playing 11 of the Wellington Test match. Regarding his decision, former New Zealand team player Ross Taylor gave a shocking reaction and said that Wagner was forced to retire. To which now Kiwi team’s veteran player Kane Williamson gave a befitting reply and said that no pressure of any kind was made on any player to retire.

I don’t get into all this stuff

When Kane Williamson was asked a question on Ross Taylor’s statement about Neil Wagner in the press conference before the second Test match of the series to be played against Australia from March 8 at Christchurch ground, he said that I am not involved in all those things. Want to fall. Neil Wagner has retired and I don’t think there has been any pressure on him to retire. Wagner had a brilliant career. I think he had a great week last week and it shows how great his career has been. Wagner has done such incredible things for this team.

Second test is very special for Kane Williamson

When the New Zealand team comes to play a Test match against Australia on the Christchurch ground, it will be the 100th Test match of Kane Williamson’s career. Williamson, who remained out of the field for a long time due to injury, made his debut in Test cricket before big players like Virat Kohli and Joe Root. Williamson is the third highest run scorer in Test cricket after 99 matches, having scored 8675 runs at an average of 55.25, while he has 32 century innings in his name.

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