Williamson compares World Cup final loss vs England: The New Zealand captain shared an emotional message regarding World Cup loss.
New Zealand might not have won the recently concluded ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 but have allured a lot of respect. Given the intriguing-cum-debatable manner in which the outcome of the final match was decided, the losing team was always bound to gain a lot of sympathy.
The exact same is the case with New Zealand captain Kane Williamson and other players of his team. The Blackcaps have received plentiful support in the last few days with respect to them losing the final despite scoring the same amount of runs and losing less wickets than England.
A primary reason why fans across the globe are feeling for New Zealand is the fact that they ended up losing their second World Cup final in a row. Having not won any World Cup at this point in time, majority of fans wanted them to lift the trophy this time.
Kane Williamson compares World Cup final loss vs England
Speaking in a recent interview posted on the official Twitter handle of ESPNcricinfo, Williamson compared New Zealand’s loss in the final to a “bad dream” and talked about how he has been tacking with it.
“I sort of explained it to few people, it’s like it sort of hits you in waves. You feel like, 10 minutes, you forget about it and then you make little jokes and then it comes back to you and you go… ‘that just happened’ and ‘did that just happen’,” Williamson was quoted as saying.
“I woke up wondering if it was a bad dream.”
— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) July 16, 2019
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