After thrashing India in their first T20 clash by 80 runs on Wednesday, New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson wants more of the same. The Blackcaps were boosted by the return of pace bowler Tim Southee for the first match and he did not disappoint taking 3-17 in his four overs.
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Williamson will be looking for more of the same from him and overall he wants them to reproduce their Wednesday form on Friday. “It was a complete performance that doesn’t happen every day and hope we can keep the momentum through the series having set the tone,” he said.
While it is a must-win game for India, another victory will seal the series for the hosts who are looking to bounce back after they were outplayed 1-4 in the preceding ODIs.