England vs New Zealand: New Zealand Players And Staff Leave For UK | Cricket Newsnewstolive - May 15, 2021 37 0 COMMENTS
England vs New Zealand: Black Caps cricketers and employees depart for the United Kingdom.© Twitter
Ahead of the two-match Test collection towards England and the World Test Championship (WTC) last towards India, New Zealand gamers employees, and gamers on Saturday left for the UK. The contingent took a flight from Auckland airport and now they might be making their approach to the UK. The official Twitter deal with of BlackCaps posted a photograph of the contingent departing from the airport they usually captioned the put up as: “Time to fly! #ENGvNZ #WTC21.” Three gamers — Kane Williamson, Kyle Jamieson, and Mitchell Santner are presently within the Maldives as they headed there after the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 obtained indefinitely suspended.
The trio could be leaving for the UK from Maldives.
Earlier this week, New Zealand Cricket (NZC) had introduced that wicketkeeper-batsman BJ Watling can be retiring from worldwide cricket after the tour of England.
The 35-year-old has been a stalwart of the Test aspect since debuting in 2009 as a gap batsman, happening to determine himself as a world-class keeper-batsman and claiming quite a few information in his 73 Tests up to now.
Watling holds the New Zealand Test dismissals file with 249 catches (excluding 10 as a fielder) and eight stumpings — one of the best numbers of any present Test keepers. Watling’s batting statistics are equally eye-catching: with eight Test centuries to his title and New Zealand information for the fourth and fifth-highest partnerships: 362 with Brendon McCullum towards India on the Basin Reserve in 2014, and 365* with present captain Kane Williamson towards Sri Lanka on the identical floor a 12 months later.
He is simply the ninth Test keeper to attain a double hundred and was the primary to take action towards England, when his Player of the Match efficiency helped win a dramatic Test towards England at Bay Oval in November 2019. He additionally featured in one other New Zealand record-partnership in that match as he and Mitchell Santner placed on 261 for the seventh wicket.
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