Kane Williamson collides with Will Young to be run out for 1st time in Tests since 2012

Kane Williamson, the famous cricket player from New Zealand, got out in a Test match against Australia in Wellington. It was the first time since 2012 that he got run out. This happened on Day 2 of the match when New Zealand was having a hard time against Australia. Mitchell Starc bowled out Tom Latham, who was the Blackcaps’ wicketkeeper, in just 4.4 overs. This made the Kiwi team feel sad. Then, Australia’s Cameron Green and Josh Hazlewood, the last pair of batsmen, together added 116 runs. This made Australia’s score go from 267-9 to 383.


After this recovery, Australia‘s bowlers struck early, making things worse for New Zealand. When Williamson came out to bat after Latham’s dismissal, he faced a challenging delivery from Starc and then tapped the ball towards mid-off, hoping for a quick single. However, his partner, Will Young, was slow to respond, and as they tried to take the single, they collided in the middle of the pitch. Labuschagne took advantage of this confusion, collecting the ball and hitting the stumps at the non-striker’s end. This was Williamson’s first run-out since 2012.


Cameron Green, who made 174 runs in the first part of the game, talked about the match. Even though it was hard, he felt happy about how well he played and where the team stood. He said the field was tricky to play on but was happy they could score a good amount. Green also talked about how he and Mitch Marsh played together, knowing each other’s style, and how Marsh’s strong approach helped them. Though he got cramps, Green kept going, knowing that New Zealand had good batters and they needed to bowl well in the next part of the game.

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