Williamson Congratulates US on Win Over Pakistan

News Desk18 hours ago

With an additional four teams, the World Cup—which is also co-hosted by the West Indies—offers developing cricket nations their first taste of a major competition, but there are also worries that their presence could lead to more biased outcomes.

When Sri Lanka hosted 12 teams for the 2012 T20 World Cup, Williamson made his debut and called the larger field a “fantastic thing.”
In a video conference from Guyana, he informed reporters, “That kind of exposure is only beneficial for all teams.”

“The excitement of the sport is that anything can happen during tournament time.”But in the end, it’s fantastic for cricket’s growth.

The U.S., who were assured of a spot as co-hosts, defeated fellow tournament newcomers Canada before defeating Pakistan in the Super Over in Dallas.

Now leading Group A, the Americans are set to take on giants India the following week. The group’s top two players move on to the Super 8 stage.

According to Kane Williamson, his team was watching the Pakistani upset from their Caribbean-based camp.

“That cricket match was incredible,” he continued.

All of the teams competing in these events have incredibly skilled players, regardless of whether they have faced test-playing nations before or not.

“How you play depends, in part, on the day.”

After a long wait to play, New Zealand, who is vying for their first World Cup victory, will take on Afghanistan in Guyana on Friday.

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“We’re among the last teams to begin, so I know we’re all excited to get the tournament underway after maybe ten or so days of practice,” he remarked.

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