NZ vs IND, 3rd T20I: Big Blow For Kiwis, Kane Williamson Ruled Out Of The Third T20I, Southee To Take Charge

The last and the final T20I match of the three match T20I series between New Zealand and India will be played on November 22 and for the same a disappointing news is coming from the hosts dressing room. According to a latest report, the Kiwi captain Kane Williamson has been ruled out from the third T20I against India.

As the captain is out from the team, the management has added Mark Chapman as the replacement for Kane Williamson for the final game.

It is being said that Kane Williamson will not be the part of the third T20I due to some medical appointment. Cricinformer wants to highlight that the batter was the highest scorer for the Kiwis in the second T20I where he scored 61 runs batting at number three. However, New Zealand lost the match by 65 runs and with this India is leading the series 1-0.

Cricfinfomer brings the latest update that in the absence of Kane Williamson, star bowler Tim Southee will be taking up the captaincy duties. Not to forget Southee got a hatrick in the second T20I against India.

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