Ross Taylor, the middle-order batsman who has scored the highest runs in international cricket for New Zealand, believes that the World Test Championship (WTC) title has largely removed the disappointment of the ODI World Cup two years ago. Let us inform that the Kiwi team reached the final of the 2019 World Cup, but after the title match and then the Super Over tie, it had to face defeat under the boundary rule.
Ross Taylor said in the virtual press conference, “I had some ups and downs early in my career. Our team lacked consistency then, but the team has consistently performed well over the years. WTC after the World Cup 2019 disappointment The title is definitely a big achievement and he probably made up for that.”
Ross Taylor and captain Kane Williamson’s unbeaten innings helped New Zealand win the World Test Championship title by defeating India by eight wickets in the final. Taylor scored the winning run and then came the moment he will never forget.
The batsman, who scored more than 18,000 runs in international cricket for New Zealand, said, “Once the winning run is scored, his coming back with Williamson and the discussions that followed, are something I will never forget. When I bat The situation was difficult when he landed for K.K. We batted in those difficult times and Kane is a great captain of our country and a messenger of the game.
He continued, “He was there then and before that last ball he stared at me saying hurry up and finish it so he doesn’t have to do that. So it was great to hit boundaries and celebrate the win.”