ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Pre and Post-Match Sequence – Afghanistan vs. New Zealand; Kiwis confident on their next tackling

Ross Taylor told, New Zealand team members are ready for a match that does not consider being a trial one against Afghanistan on 8 June, as they look to keep their winning consistent throughout the World Cup.

The Kiwis won against Bangladesh by 2 wickets in the preceding week’s Wednesday, with Taylor hitting 82 in his team’s strained pursue at the Oval to record their second win in a row.

New Zealand, who were finalists in the 2015 CWC, have dependent on their paceman to get positive outcomes, however Taylor thinks handling twist will be key against the Asian minnows at Taunton.

I think against Afghanistan, they have a ton of turn there, so something to factor in, said Taylor, who has recorded three 40 or more scores in his last four ODI innings.

If two from two, that was what we needed to do and we had the option to do it.

While Taylor and skipper Kane Williamson got the runs during their 105-run partnership in London, it was their pace assault driven by Matt Henry that went through the Bangladesh batting.

Henry bagged 4 wickets to take his count to seven out of two diversions. He is all around upheld by Trent Boult and Lockie Ferguson, who can clock accelerates to 96 mph.

Ross Taylor thinks that Ferguson with his express pace is the key man for the Kiwis.

Lockie is the best fast bowler. He will be a key factor for us in case we’re going to highlight in this competition, said Taylor.

After-match…

New Zealand team have 3 wins in a row and they sit serenely at the highest point of the table. However, this was practically expected given their installations, with 3 moderately simple amusements set up first. The extreme assignments arrive now, with India scheduled today, June 13.

Successful New Zealand skipper, Kane Williamson, praises the success as an exceptional exertion. Figures Afghanistan got off to a marvellous begin however applauds his seamers for staying on course and getting the ball in the correct territories. On the short given to Lockie Ferguson, Williamson says that Lockie likes to bowl truly quickly and they don’t exactly instruct him to do whatever else. Gestures of recognition the manner in which he hit the deck hard and generally speaking figures that it was an awesome first half while with the bat, Kane says that it was superior to the last game. On New Zealand’s current position, Williamson is glad to have 3 wins on the board and expresses that the team is hoping to have two or three days off, have some rest and after that return invigorated for their next challenge against India.

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