New Zealand playmaker Kyle Jamieson – The New Indian Express
CHRISTCHURCH: New Zealand race leader Kyle Jamieson has said the current era is “pretty good” for New Zealand cricket.
“It’s a pretty good time for New Zealand cricket. From my time in a short period of time we’ve started to win games a lot faster and as a collective we’re trying to take 20 wickets. 20 wickets, someone takes five, it doesn’t really matter. It’s about trying to win cricket games, ”Jamieson said during an interaction on Baz and Izzy Breakfast. on SENZ radio.
The 26-year-old praised the efforts of Southee and Boult’s new pair of balls and added that there was no competition between members of the four-pronged attack with him, Neil Wagner, Trent Boult and Tim Southee.
“You saw Tim and Trent. These two did the job and did it long before I arrived. And yes, everything is fine and the pack is fine which is imperative.”
Jamieson, who was named player of the match in the first World Try-Out Championship final against India in Southampton in June, has expressed his desire to play faster.
“Where I was in my first international match and where I am now, there has been a slight increase. In my mind, I want to go a little faster. But it has to be done naturally and not lose a few skill sets you have right now. “
The 26-year-old is careful not to put additional stress on his body. “I watch guys all over the world, at the top of the bowling alley and also those who hit the 140 (km / h) mark, that I don’t put extra stress on my body and end up sitting there for a while. “
Jamieson will next be seen in action for the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the second half of the 2021 IPL in the UAE. They will face the Kolkata Knight Riders in Abu Dhabi on September 20. The franchise is third on the points table with five wins in seven matches.