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Kane Williamson Lauds India’s Test Series Win In Australia
By CricShots - Feb 3, 2021 4:44 pm
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The New Zealand skipper, Kane Williamson was seen praising the Test series win of the Indian team in Australia and said that playing without so many of their key players because of injury and beating the hosts is a ‘remarkable’ achievement. He also went on to say that the series was extremely thrilling and that the Indian fans would’ve enjoyed every bit of it. 

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Talking about the same during a chat on Sports Today, Kane Williamson said, “Anytime you play Australia it’s incredibly tough and to play in their backyard is an added challenge. For India to go there and perform the way they did, in particular with so many injuries and players out. It was truly a remarkable victory. You throw in the Test Championship context that’s added but I think just the challenge they faced and the way they stood up”.

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He further added, “I think their bowling unit collectively had 7 or 8 Tests between them going into the last game and at the Gabba as well. No doubt, India would have been absolutely thrilled, the supporters watching that match I am sure the team got a huge buzz out of that as well. Also, after such a long time away, after the IPL they went straight to Australia, so no doubt they must be enjoying their time with family.”

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Kane Williamson

The Kiwi skipper was also of the opinion that watching such a big series after a prolonged break from the game of cricket would have been a treat for the fans.

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The Tour Down Under was the Indian team’s first international assignment since the abandonment of their home ODI series against South Africa in March last year t the sudden rise of the Covid-19 pandemic. Most of the players had taken part in the Indian Premier League that was held in the UAE in 2020 in the months of September to November.

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