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For us, it means concentrating on the type of cricket we want to continue playing; says Kane Williamson


New Zealand, on October 5 will begin their ICC campaign against England, at Ahmedabad. Speaking during the captain’s Welcome ceremony, Kane highlighted his previous World Cup experience and the requirements that they must acquire to maintain their individual style of playing the game.

Remembering Kane Williamson’s thoughts regarding New Zealand’s sadness in the 2019 World Cup, as well as the squad’s commitment to upholding their distinct cricketing strategy for the 2023 World Cup.

In an interview with Cricket News, Williamson said that the team has moved on from the 2019 defeat and is focused on playing their own brand of cricket in the 2023 tournament.

“We want to play a variety of cricket that is true to ourselves, and that we’re proud of. We know that if we do that, we’ll be in a good position to win. “Williamson also said that the team is learning from its mistakes in the 2019 tournament.

“We’ve learned a lot from 2019,” he said. “We know that we need to be better in certain areas, and we’re working hard on that. But we’re also confident in our abilities, and we know that we can beat any team on our day.”

New Zealand’s distinctive cricketing approach is based on teamwork, sportsmanship, and playing with humility. The team is known for its positive attitude and its commitment to fair play.

This approach has served New Zealand well in recent years. The team has reached the final of two consecutive World Cups, and it is currently ranked number one in the world in ODI cricket.

Williamson’s comments suggest that New Zealand will not change its approach to the game in the 2023 World Cup, even though the team is still trying to come to terms with the heartbreak of 2019.

It will be interesting to see if New Zealand’s distinctive cricketing approach can lead the team to its first World Cup title in 2023.

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