Hi luck! New Zealand reached the final twice in a row, could not win the title, see how this time’s team is

New Delhi: The ICC T20 World Cup to be held in Australia begins on Sunday, 16 October. More than one strong team is participating in the tournament, in which New Zealand is there. New Zealand is considered one of the strongest and best teams in world cricket. However, it has been unfortunate that she has not won a single title of the ICC World Cup so far. Although the team made it to the finals on several occasions, luck did not favor them and they had to be content as runners-up.

In the last two ICC World Cup tournaments, New Zealand have reached the finals. The first 2019 World Cup final against England and the second T20 World Cup 2021 final against Australia but the result was that she went away from victory. Even before this, the New Zealand team had reached the final of the 2015 World Cup.

However, forgetting their past bitter memories, under the captaincy of Kane Williamson, New Zealand will try to make a strong start in the tournament again to present themselves as a strong contender in the title race. In such a situation, let’s know how New Zealand’s team is in T20 World Cup 2022.

New Zealand batting

In the T20 format, New Zealand has more than one strong batsman. The team has explosive batsmen like Martin Guptill, Devon Conway and Daryl Mitchell. He not only knows how to bat fast but can also stay on the wicket for the team when needed. Apart from these, Captain Williamson is one of the strong pillars of the batting order. Although the way Williamson bats in the Test and ODI formats does not seem relevant in the T20 format, but despite this he has proved in big tournaments like the Indian Premier League that he has the ability to do well in T20. Players like Finn Allen, Michael Bracewell, Mark Chapman and Jimmy Nisham add depth to the batting.

New Zealand bowling

New Zealand will challenge the opponents in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 with a dangerous bowling lineup. There is no bowler in the team whose qualifications can be questioned. New Zealand’s batting in international cricket may have raised questions, but the performance of the team’s bowlers has been excellent for a long time.

New Zealand’s team in this tournament is a trio of Trent Boult, Tim Southee and Lockie Forguson, who have the ability to destroy any batting order on Australian pitches. To support this team of fast bowlers, the pair of Ish Sodhi and Mitchell Santner can also make a lot of noise. At the same time, Jimmy Neesham can also show his amazing in bowling apart from batting.

Who will be the X Factor of the team

Although there are many strong players in New Zealand’s camp in the T20 World Cup, but the ones who have the power to turn the match for the team are Martin Guptill and Trent Boult. The entire cricket world knows Martin Guptill’s explosive batting. If he loses his bat, he again destroys the bowlers. Whereas Trent Boult wreaks havoc with the new ball. Although Boult’s lack of bowling in the death overs can be considered but his record has not been that bad.

In Alley, the opposing teams will have to come on the field with a strong strategy for these two players.

New Zealand’s performance in T20 World Cup

2007: Made it to the semi-finals
2009: Out of the second round
2010: Out of the second round
2012: Out of the second round
2014: Out of the second round
2016: Made it to the semi-finals
2021: Runner Up

New Zealand’s schedule for T20 World Cup 2022

22 October New Zealand v Australia
26 October New Zealand v Afghanistan
29 October, New Zealand v A1
November 01, New Zealand v England
04 November, New Zealand vs B2

New Zealand squad-Kane Williamson (capt), Tim Southee, Ish Sodhi, Mitchell Santner, Glenn Phillips, Jimmy Neesham, Daryl Mitchell, Adam Milne, Martin Guptill, Lockie Ferguson, Devon Conway, Mark Chapman, Michael Bracewell, Trent Boult, Finn Allen.

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