Kane Williamson reacts to the ‘uncontrollable’ moments of the final | 2019 Cricket World Cup
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson speaks after his side’s loss to England in the 2019 Cricket World Cup final at Lord’s. Williamson weighs in on whether it was fair that his side lost on boundaries scored, after both teams were on equal runs after both innings and a thrilling Super Over. He defends the decision to put out Martin Guptill to bat for the one-over eliminator, despite the fact that Guptill had been underperforming with the bat. The Black Caps skipper reflects on the ‘uncontrollable’ moments in the match, like Trent Boult treading on the boundary rope and the ball deflecting off England allrounder Ben Stokes’ bat and going for four, and weighs in on whether or not New Zealand were unlucky not to be the ones lifting the ICC Cricket World Cup trophy.
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