T20 World Cup 2016: New Zealand’s Brendon McCullum retires, while Williamson going to lead

New Zealand cricket team’s B- Mac recently called it a day from the international circuit and passed on the reins to the fascinating classicist Kane Williamson. The Brendon MacCullum, who is also, popularly, known as B- Mac, balled over the cricket fans from around the entire globe by his decision of retiring before the ICC World T20, 2016.

Brendon MacCullum is also famous for his shockingly belligerent batsmanship, however, people may not see him this time, thus, the fun of batting in cricket will be somehow reduced due to this.

He played in the T20I, in the last year (June) and from that time, Kane Williamson held the black caps fortress in Eight match events. Williamson’s men emerged successfully Six times by winning the matches against Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Zimbabwe and levelling one against South Africa. Moreover, the number of runs which he amassed in the matches, has made it more important and significant, as captained. He amassed around 369 runes including 3- 50- plus scores. Thus, considering all such relevant information favouring Kane Williamson, he is set to help New Zealand clinch its maiden World T20 title.

However, the retiring player- McCullum has also been talismanic payer for New Zealand for over the decades. Moreover, New Zealand will be going to miss his service at the top of the order in the Sixth Edition of ICC World T20. McCullum’s way of bating was showing that he never caring for the stats and figures. Thus, notably comparing his leadership statistics, the McCullum’s batting is much impressive, as he won only Twelve out of the 28 T20I, he captained for New Zealand.

In his last played T20, McCullum, ODI double- centurion Matrin Guptill has been playing the aggressor’s role.

Thus, the number of questions can be seen arising, which time only can respond to. These includes, Can Williamson lead New Zealand, as well as, McCullum’s leadership in ICC events? and Will, at the top of the order, New Zealand will be missing Brendon McCullum?

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