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Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson lead their teams to succeed in Test cricket: Brendon McCullum

June 4, 2021

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Brendon McCullum praised Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson for the success of their teams in Tests cricket. They led their teams brilliantly to qualify for the World Test Championship final. According to the former New Zealand captain, Brendon McCullum, both the teams deserve to be finalists of the WTC.

New Zealand and India would face each other in the WTC final at Southampton starting on 18th June. It would be a one-off test between the two teams. The would conclude on 22md June. At present, New Zealand is playing against England at Lord’s for a two-match Test series. On the other hand, the Indian squad reached England on 3rd June for the WTC final.

According to McCullum, both the captains have done a brilliant job of guiding their team to succeed in Test cricket. It is a great achievement to qualify for the WTC finals. It has been a two-year-long tournament to decide the best test teams in the world. Kohli and Williamson have pushed their team to excel and they deserve the chance to play in the finals.

Brandon McCullum analyzed the contrasting style of both the captains

He stated that although they have different techniques, they both know how to get the best out of their teammates. Virat Kohli and Williamson are inspirational leaders with different leading styles. While Kohli is an aggressive leader, Kane Williamson on the other hand is a dominant leader. Both of them are the must-watch talents of the modern era.

Both the captains have proved themselves as impressive players in international cricket. Their most amazing quality is the ability to get the best out of the people around them. They have helped achieve great things for their respective countries.

Brendon McCullum diplomatically stated that any one of the qualified team can lift the WTC trophy. He also did not rule out the possibility of both the teams sharing the trophy based on the new ICC rules. The rule stated in case of a draw or tie, both the teams would have to share the trophy.

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