Kane Williamson Out from 3rd T20I: The last match of the three T20 series being played between India and New Zealand will be played in Napier on 22 November. At the same time, before this match, the Kiwi team has suffered a big setback. Actually, New Zealand team captain Kane Williamson is out of this match. In such a situation, Tim Southee will be seen handling the command of the New Zealand team in this match.
Kane Williamson ruled out of third T20
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson will not be available in third T20. Its information has been given by the New Zealand Cricket Board. Giving this information from the official Twitter handle of New Zealand Cricket, it was told that ‘Kane Williamson will not play the third match of the T20 series. He has to go for a pre-scheduled medical appointment. In such a situation, Mark Chapman is being given a place in his place in the team. He will join the practice session with the team on Monday. Kiwi fast bowler Tim Southee will be seen captaining the New Zealand team after Kane Williamson is out of this match.
Kane played a half-century in the second T20 match
The Indian team defeated New Zealand by 65 runs in the second T20 match. However, in this match, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson batted well and scored a half-century of 62 runs in 52 balls. He hit 4 fours and 2 sixes in his innings. Although Kane could not win the Kiwi team in this match, but he fought brilliantly in the whole match.
Southee took hat-trick in second T20 match
Star bowler of New Zealand team and Tim Southee dismissed Hardik Pandya, Deepak Hooda and Washington Sundar in the second T20 match against India for his hat-trick. was completed. This was the second hat-trick of Southee’s T20 International career. However, even Southee’s hat-trick could not save the Kiwi team from defeat and the team lost the match by 65 runs. Let us tell you that in the three-match T20 series, India is currently ahead 1-0 after the first match was canceled due to rain and after winning the second match.