WTC Final 2021: BJ Watling, who made his Test debut in 2009, has scored 3773 runs in Test cricket at an average of 38.11. In which 8 centuries and 19 half-centuries are included.
BJ Watling will say goodbye to the international match after the WTC against India
Wicketkeeper BJ Watling, considered New Zealand’s troubleshooter, will say goodbye to international cricket after the final match of the World Test Championship against India.
Watling returns to the team for the crucial match
Watling hopes. That he will bid farewell to his illustrious international career by winning the Test Championship final. This will be Watling’s 75th and last Test. He was ruled out of the second Test against England last week due to a back injury. Watling has returned to the team for this important match.
I am looking forward to this match.
He said, “I am looking forward to this match. It will be interesting and I will try to do well. I will go the same way I go for the rest of the test. My aim will be to win.” Watling made his international debut in 2009. He said that he is lucky. That fitness problem did not come in the way of such a long career.
He said, “A cricketer keeps getting minor injuries. Back pain bothered me on some occasions but with time we learn to deal with these injuries. I am lucky that there no major injury.” He said, “Playing for New Zealand. I thoroughly enjoyed my time. It was a memorable journey.”
Will he be able to emerge as an important player on New Zealand’s team?
Found in the Test series against England. On the win, he said, “It was special to beat England on their soil. We will try To maintain this form in this match as well.” BJ Watling has been a major contributor to the success of New Zealand cricket. After the retirement of Brendon McCullum, Watling emerged as an important player of the New Zealand team.
Watling, who made his Test debut in 2009, has scored 3773 runs in Test cricket at an average of 38.11, including 8 centuries and 19 half-centuries. Watling has also played 5 T20s and 28 ODIs for New Zealand.