Kane Williamson on ICC World Cup final game: Teammates are still trying to make sense of it

England were declared as the winners of the ICC World Cup 2019 due to boundary count
Kane Williamson on ICC World Cup final game: Teammates are still trying to make sense of itKane Williamson on ICC World Cup final game: Teammates are still trying to make sense of it
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New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson recalled the finals of the ICC World Cup final where England won by the number of boundaries scored in the match after the super over also ended in a tie. He also felt that his side was really fortunate to be part of such a game.

Speaking to ICC Cricket 360, Kane Williamson said, "It's one of those things that every day, often, you're having small conversations about it. Guys are still thinking about it, trying to make sense of it. That's the credit to the match we were involved in, but also the result and how it all ended up. One of those things that guys will be talking about for a long time."

"It's one of those games which, no doubt, you'll look back on and really have appreciated being involved in it. Then you throw in a bit of context - the World Cup final - and it maybe makes it all that more special."

On their return back to home, Kane Williamson said, "It was really nice coming back home and seeing the reaction it had, and the following it had. It's been overwhelmingly positive in terms of the response and how people enjoyed that match, which is a great thing."

Williamson also lauded the efforts from his boys in a high-profile tournament such as the World Cup. He also praised them for adapting to different situations and seizing the big moments.

"We had a huge amount of fun along the way. The thing I'd be most proud of is the way we stuck together as a side and stayed true to the sort of cricket we wanted to play throughout the campaign. We've got a great bunch of guys in the side that keep each other honest. We know that we want to be true to ourselves in terms of the way we conduct ourselves on and off the park."

  

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