New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson has been in the news following his group’s impressive exhibition during the Test arrangement against Pakistan.
In spite of the fact that the Kiwi captain has fans across the world, today he found another fan, who interfered with his post-coordinate public interview.
Williamson’s colleague and wicketkeeper-batsman BJ Watling interfered with the media instructions after the Kiwis finished the arrangement against Pakistan, to approach him for a signature.
“What’s happening?” Williamson asked as he looked confounded immediately.
At that point in came Walting, who stated: “Heartbroken, enormous fan,” as he gave him a pen and a shirt to sign.
New Zealand whipped Pakistan by an innings and 176 hurries to go 2-0 up in the Test arrangement.
Pakistan got bowled out for a hapless 186 runs in the subsequent innings, completely outmatched by Kyle Jamieson and Trent Boult’s speed assault.
The 30-year-old Williamson is considered as a part of the best batsmen around the globe in each of the three arrangements of the game.
He has played 83 Test coordinates and scored 7,115 runs at a great normal of 54.31 runs per coordinate.
The New Zealand captain has hit 24 centuries up until this point and scored 32 half-hundreds of years.