Jamieson was under a lot of stress while chasing New Zealand’s target. Not only this, fast bowler Kyle Jamieson locked himself in the bathroom in tension and nervousness. Jamieson was sitting in the dressing room watching the match on TV but he was very nervous then.
Jamieson described the chase as the most difficult phase of the match. Jamieson said, “Given the match, this was probably the toughest phase of cricket that I have been a part of.”
Jameson was upset by the noise
Jamieson was upset at the noise of Indian fans. The star all-rounder said, “We were sitting inside and watching the match on TV. The live telecast was happening with a slight delay. The Indian spectators present in the field were making noise on every ball as if the wicket had fallen. It was however a run or a dot ball.”
Captain Kane Williamson and experienced Ross Taylor, however, chased down the target of 139 to give New Zealand an eight-wicket victory. He said, “It was very difficult to watch. I actually tried to go to the bathroom several times. where there was no noise. Just got away from her for a while because it was too stressful.”
Jamieson, however, did not get enough time to celebrate this victory. He had to take the field again within 48 hours of the Jameson final. Jamieson is now playing cricket for his county team Surrey.
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