New Delhi: India have to face New Zealand in the final of the World Test Championship next month. This match will be held on the soil of England. Just after this big match, India have to face England in a 5-match Test series. Before the WTC final match, former New Zealand cricket team opener Mark Richardson has given a big statement.
Mark Richardson gave a big statement
Former New Zealand cricket team opener Mark Richardson compared the competition against the Indian cricket team to playing ‘golf against his boss’. The left-handed batsman, who played international cricket between 2000 and 2004, said to point to India’s strength in world cricket and the fact that no team wants to make inaccurate rhetoric against Virat Kohli & Co. Let us know that the New Zealand team led by Kane Williamson will take on India in the final of the World Test Championship (WTC) at the Ages Bowl in Southampton from 18 June.
Fear of India’s power
Mark Richardson, 49, told Spark Sport, I see against whom you want to perform in person. I see India at the moment, and it’s like playing golf against your boss. You are allowed to win but in exactly the right way. Richardson was referring to New Zealand’s 2–0 win over India last year. The left-handed batsman, who played 27 Tests and scored 2776 runs with four centuries and 19 half-centuries, said the biggest test for the Black Caps was competition against Australia.
India is in excellent form
Team India is in excellent form at the moment. India had defeated Australia in their home earlier this year. After this, India beat the home test series 3–1. India will face New Zealand next month with a good form.