Devon Conway also shed light on New Zealand’s batting lineup for the 2021 T20 World Cup.
The New Zealand side will tour India in November this year. And New Zealand cricket player Devon Conway took part in this tour. Conway said defeating India in India is a goal Kiwi wants to achieve.
Add that blow Virat KohliNew Zealand’s opening batter said it would be a “serious” outcome for Kane Williamson and his men.
“No doubt. That’s a big goal we want to achieve. Defeating India in the conditions of their hometown is probably a bigger challenge than defeating them in England. As big as the finals of the World Test Championship. If not, it will be a significant achievement. This will be a very important series to prove it, “said Devon Conway in a chat with the staff.
When you travel to the subcontinent, you must be mentally strong: Devon Conway
Devon Conway added that the team must be mentally strong when moving to the subcontinent, as the surface provides many turns. The 30-year-old also thought that the batter had to find a way to record the run. Conway further commented that it is important to ensure that the team develops a plan and sticks to it.
“The surface that moves and turns to the subcontinent is presented where you need a way to be very mentally strong within your defense, trust your defense, and score. You win a run. If you’re not looking for something, you’re not in a good position. It’s going to be difficult, but you need to be clear about your plans and stick to them as much as possible, “says Conway.
Conway also shed light on New Zealand’s batting lineup for the 2021 T20 World Cup. He adds that New Zealand’s top three are made up of Martin Guptill, Tim Seafert, and the “master.” Kane WilliamsonConway concludes by saying that he will help the team when he is in number four.
“Martin Gaptil is at the top and Tim Seyfert is really doing well. Master Kane Williamson is 3 years old. It would be really good for the team if I could slot in at 4 o’clock. They against the spins. Manipulate the interim period and try to run hard between the wickets, “Conway concludes.