Tim Southee, the New Zealand pacer, stated Monday that although the BlackCaps don’t have many superstars among their coaching staffs but that what makes them stand apart is the team spirit and camaraderie. Amazon Prime Video will launch live cricket streaming on January 1, 2022. This follows multiple years of being India’s most beloved entertainment destination. The platform will live stream the New Zealand series against Bangladesh.
“Yes, we don’t have superstars in terms X-players coaching staff, but we have a great environment. It is not just the players who buy into this, but also the support staff. We respect everyone. We try to have lots of fun and work hard. During a virtual conference, Southee responded to an ANI question. Kane Williamson, skipper, stated that he doesn’t mind his side being the underdogs at big ICC tournaments despite making it to the semi-finals on almost every occasion over the years.
“I have yet to hear the favourites tag, but for us it is always about focusing our attention on the bigger picture as an aspect and trying to put all our energy into moving one step ahead. There is a lot planning involved. Williamson stated that you can go to tournaments and each team is strong. “Anyone can beat anyone if you look at the last T20 World Cup. There are no guarantees in these situations. It is all about going out and being prepared to win. There are many challenges along this journey, but as a side, it is about sticking together to keep moving forward.” he said.
Williamson was asked if he would like to see a documentary on BlackCaps. He replied: “We are yet have the opportunity (documentary on BlackCaps). It’s about being authentic to the team environment that we have. (ANI)
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