Kyle Jamison said of WTC final pressure – ‘I’m hiding in the bathroom’

New Zealand pacer Kyle Jamison has revealed that the last few hours of the World Test Championship (WTC) final against India were so ‘difficult’ that he had to go to the bathroom to escape the stress and noise of the match. New Zealand won the WTC title by defeating India by eight wickets in the final. However, there were some moments when India dominated the Kiwi team. Chasing a target of 139 from India, New Zealand lost two wickets for 44 runs. In such a situation, the heartbeat of Kiwi players began to accelerate. But two experienced New Zealand batsmen, Ross Taylor and captain Kane Williamson, combined for an unbeaten 96.

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Kyle Jamison picked up seven wickets in the title match at The Aegis Bowl in Southampton, five in the first innings and two in the second innings. For this he was awarded the Man of the Match. The highlight of Jamieson’s bowling was that he made Indian captain Virat Kohli a victim in both his innings.

According to the New Zealand Herald, Jamison told Country Sport Breakfast at Gold Am: ‘It was very difficult to see. I tried several times to get to the bathroom with no noise. It was a while away from the final moments of the match, as it was pretty nervous. Kane and Ross are good to be there. Our two great batsmen were very quiet and they finished their work brilliantly.

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Jamieson said watching the final moments of the match and being part of it was “the toughest moment in Test cricket”.

He said, ‘Watching such moments and being a part of it is probably the toughest moment in Test cricket. We sat in a corner and watched TV. It seems Indian spectators are standing on every ball. It’s good. We were sitting in the dressing room and we spent our time there. It is good to spend time together and enjoy this time together after a few years of hard work and a long journey. It’s great to sit down and enjoy each other’s company.

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