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Ian Chappell compares New Zealand's pace quartet to West Indies attack of yesteryear

Former Australian skipper Ian Chappell has compared New Zealand's pace quartet of Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Neil Wagner, and Kyle Jamieson to the West Indies quartets of yesteryear. He also added that New Zealand's four take the prize if we only assessed them on the basis of results.
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Vitality Blast watch ft. Ben Stokes, Devon Conway, Kyle Jamieson and Joe Root

Part 2 of Vitality Blast 2021 oversaw a considerably weak field owing to the absence of English national players, but, nevertheless, there was no paucity of fireworks thanks to the Kiwis. Devon Conway, CDG and Glenn Phillips all produced memorable performances to light up the competition.
Anirudh Suresh
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The IPL Dukes ball story was just Christian adding some stuff to make good story, reveals Kyle Jamieson

RCB pacer Kyle Jamieson opened up on whether Virat Kohli had asked him to train with the Dukes or not and revealed that it was Dan Christian adding things to turn it into a good story. He added that the RCB skipper didn't ask him specifically to bowl with the Duke balls during 2021 IPL.
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Watching New Zealand chase in WTC final was probably the toughest period of cricket, reveals Kyle Jamieson

Kyle Jamieson has admitted that watching New Zealand bat in the second innings of the WTC final was the toughest period for him, where at times he visited the bathroom to gain peace from distraction. Jamieson also revealed that he misses home after being away from it for three months.
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WTC Final | India had a fair shot at winning the final if they scored quickly, admits Kane Williamson

Looking back at day 6 of the WTC final, New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson has admitted that India had a fair shot at winning the final if they had scored a few more runs with the bat. He also revealed that he took his chances with the DRS against Ravichandran Ashwin, trying to save his wicket.
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WTC win has urged me to work harder and got plenty of game left in the tank, admits Neil Wagner

Post the memorable win against India, Kiwi pacer Neil Wagner has admitted that the World Test Championship win has urged him to work harder before stating that he got plenty left in the tank. Wagner also stated that the win was definitely the pinnacle for him and hailed Kyle Jamieson’s efforts.
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featurecricketa month ago

Nice guys New Zealand certainly finished l̶a̶s̶t̶ first

New Zealand not only came into this final as the nice guys but also as the favourites, so would they finally put an end to the ‘nice guys finish last’ quote. But will they turn another page in the same notebook?
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
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Kyle Jamieson will be one of the leading all-rounders in world cricket, predicts Sachin Tendulkar 

Former Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar has predicted that New Zealand's Kyle Jamieson will be one of the best all-rounders in world cricket. He added that Jamieson is different from all the other Kiwi bowlers as he tries to hit the deck hard and move the ball off the seam than swinging it.
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WTC final | Kohli and Pujara’s dismissal to Kyle Jamieson was turning point, feels VVS Laxman

VVS Laxman has pointed out that Indian skipper Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara’s dismissal against Kyle Jamieson was the turning point of the WTC final, that the Black Caps won by eight wickets. Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar also had a similar point of view about the final day.
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Kane Williamson-led New Zealand side is the best team in the country's history, claims Sir Richard Hadlee

Sir Richard Hadlee has heaped praise on the New Zealand Test side and has termed the Kane Williamson-led side the best in the country's history. The 69-year-old called it a special day in New Zealand's cricket history and claimed that the Kiwis thoroughly deserved to win the title.
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