From former to current international cricketers, everyone is going crazy about the final match of World Test Championship scheduled to be played between India and New Zealand on 18th June, 2021. Cricket pundits have already started to indulge in upcoming clash of two best test teams.
Final match of World Test Championship will be played at Southampton on June 18, 2021. This event in ICC history is interesting, innovative and of its own kind. Both of these participants India and New Zealand have polished their weapons and trained themselves hard to take over the opponent.
Having a time of few days, both the teams have started to get support from their nations, but former Australian pacer Brett Lee stated that New Zealand is stronger and have an edge over India.
The justification narrated by Brett Lee being a legendary fast bowler is understandable and his support still stands with Kiwi players on the behalf of excellent pitch conditions favoring the seamers and swing bowling.
“I think Kiwi has a big advantage of experience of playing at these conditions, they have bowled here like playing at home. It would be tough for the Indians to face Kiwi pacers and swing bowlers” Brett Lee said.
Talking to the official website of ICC “Keeping eye on the batting lineup, there is a massive potential and talent in both sides, but when it comes to the winner is obvious and that’s whoever plays the bowlers better and best will pick the trophy”.
When asked Brett Lee about the better captain and captaincy among both, then he said that “Virat Kohli is now doubt a talented and toughest batsman, but his captaincy contains too much aggressive approach. Kane Williamson led his team to the Final match of World Cup 2019 is really admirable and I think Kiwis were the champion if umpired error is removed. Kane Williamson has shown too much maturity and professionalism in captaincy during recent times.”
I have played under the captaincy of both styles during my days with Australian cricket; I can’t judge and conclude who is right and wrong on the basis of captaincy.