New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson has retired hurt during the second T20I of the ongoing five-match series against Pakistan. Kane Williamson is unlikely to resume batting in this ongoing T20I match, and his participation as the captain remains uncertain.
Kane Williamson walked off the field after receiving treatment from the physio during New Zealand’s batting. According to the commentary, the skipper’s decision was influenced by a hamstring issue, raising questions about his further availability in the ongoing match.
Kane Williamson has retired hurt on 26 in 15 balls. pic.twitter.com/oZvAgXSdSB
— Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) January 14, 2024
The home team started the five-match series with a 46-run victory against the Shaheen Afridi-led team in Auckland on Friday, January 12. Williamson smashed a half-century in the series opener, scoring 57 runs off 42 deliveries with the help of nine boundaries.
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