Williamson Breaks Silence: Addressing Taylor’s Accusation Of Neil Wagner’s Forced

The Blackcaps are currently playing two match test series against their archrivals Australia. The second test between the two sides is set to be played in Christchurch on March 8.

However, ahead of the test series against Australia, one of the greatest fast bowlers in New Zealand, Neil Wagner, announced his retirement from international cricket.
Speculations were made that there was a rift between Wagner and Newzeland, which led to his retirement even after getting picked for the series against Australia.

Speaking on the same Former New Zealand captain and cricketer Ross Taylor said that something was not written in New Zealand camp, which forced Wagner to retire from international cricket.

However, Newzeland ex-sailor Kane Williamson refrained from such allegations made by his former teammate.
Speaking on Wagner’s retirement, Kane Williamson said, “[Taylor] might know more than me; I’m not sure. But I see guys that are giving everything, trying to get better as a team, trying to move the team forward, and that’s really a focus for us.” 

Speaking on Wagner’s retirement, Williamson further stated, I don’t think anybody is forced to retire,” Williamson said. “I think last week, he had a fantastic week, and it was reflecting on what was an incredible career.”

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Kane Williamson and New Zealand will face off against Australia on March 8 in Christchurch. New Zealand is currently trailing by 1-0 in the two-match test series.

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