Batting requires the right technique and the batsman who has the technical knowledge, he rules the world cricket. Now, former captain of England cricket team, Nasir Hussain believes that Kane Williamson has the most brilliant technique at present. Nasir also told how bowlers had to hold meetings to get Sachin Tendulkar out.
Williamson has great technique: Cricket is at a standstill due to Coronavirus. Cricketers and former cricketers are seen to entertain fans through social media. Now England cricket team veteran Nasir Hussain called Kane Williamson rich in good technology at the present time. Speaking to Ian Bishop and Elma Smit on the latest episode of the International Cricket Council's podcast 'Cricket Inside Out', Nasir Hussain said, For me, scoring is a technique in all parts of the whole world and I like to let the ball come to the bat and play comfortably. According to me, Kane Williamson has a very good technique in the current era, he plays the ball spontaneously. Players currently play very aggressively due to T20 cricket, Williamson can play in all three formats and can change his game accordingly.'
The technique of Sachin Tendulkar was fantastic: In the world cricket, there is talk of batsmen technique and there is no mention of Sachin Tendulkar in it, it cannot happen. Nasir further praised Sachin's batting technique and said, When I talk about the all-time batsmen, Sachin Tendulkar's technique was superb. When I was the captain of England, I do not remember how many team meetings we used to discuss only to dismiss Tendulkar.
Ian Bishop also said: 'Among the batsmen, I bowled in my career, Sachin Tendulkar was one of the most difficult to bowl. He always used to hit 'straight-line'.
Kane Williamson is part of Fab-4: New Zealand cricket captain Kane Williamson may not have won the ICC Trophy to his team, but still, his captaincy in world cricket is discussed today. He is a good player of all three formats and is a part of the current Fab-4. Talking about statistics, Williamson has played 80 Tests, 151 ODIs, and 60 T20I matches so far. In which 6476, 6173 and 1665 runs have been scored respectively.