New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson appears to be out of the dramatic loss his face suffered against England in the 2019 World Cup final, declaring that he determined that the count on the border was “not really cricket anymore.” England had been announced as champions on memoirs of their edifying boundary count against the Unlit Caps in the World Cup final played at the Lord’s on July 14, after both the stipulated overs and the ensuing Enormous Over ended in a tie. England scored a total of 26 boundaries for the entire duration of the match as opposed to 17 for the Unlit Caps and was thus crowned as champions.
“I’m just concentrating on the fact that no one ever believed that it was going to happen and it did,” ESPNcricinfo quoted Williamson as announcing when answering news reports earlier than the first England Test.
“You imagine now and then how some of those decisions were made; probably sitting in a room a little formal about this and tossing spherical ideas. That’s all that I can see. And then it’s a pretty horrific thing to really happen.
“I remember that one issue was illustrated and it could not possibly happen again by either way. Or it definitely isn’t cricket anymore and I’m focused on both teams enjoyed it. The ranking used to be laborious. However, these values had already been in place at the same time.
Nevertheless, the Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) repealed the controversial boundary rule in October and said that in future ICC events it could no longer be soft.
England and New Zealand are set to play two Test matches origin Thursday at the Bay Oval.