Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Brendon mccullum said new zealand did not fire any bullets in t20 world cup final 2021 against australia

Auckland. Kane Williamson-led New Zealand team missed out on winning their first T20 World Cup (T20 World Cup 2021) title. In the final, he was defeated by Australia by 8 wickets. The Kiwi team, running in excellent form in the group stage, defeated England in the semi-finals and entered the final, but in the final they missed in front of Australia. On this defeat of New Zealand, former Kiwi captain Brendon McCullum said that New Zealand’s players were aggressive in the final, but they could not show it. The Kiwi players were a bit uncomfortable.

McCullum said that the New Zealand players did not use their potential properly in the final, which led to the defeat. He said that I do not want to say that where gun was to be used, we went with a knife. We went with a gun, but we did not fire. We didn’t use the bullets we had taken with us.

New Zealand team should have been more aggressive
He said that New Zealand’s aggressive attitude should have been more to face a team like Australia. He said about Martin Guptill that he expected a little more aggression from him. He scored 28 runs in 35 balls in the final, which does not look good.

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New Zealand’s team missed out on winning a World Cup for the third time. In 2015, Australia defeated New Zealand unilaterally in the final of the ODI World Cup. In 2019, England snatched the ODI World Cup title from New Zealand on the basis of boundaries. In 2021, once again Australia gave New Zealand the pain of losing the final. Talking about the final match of T20 World Cup 2021, New Zealand had given a target of 173 runs to Australia, in response, the Australian team achieved the target at the loss of 2 wickets.

Tags: Australia, Brendon McCullum, Cricket news, New Zealand, T20 WC, T20 World Cup, T20 World Cup 2021

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