Ross Taylor would have retired from International cricket if New Zealand had won the 2019 ICC ODI World Cup

New Zealand cricketer Ross Taylor stated that he might have said goodbye to the International cricket if kiwis had won the 2019 ODI World Cup.

After the 2019 ICC ODI World Cup heartbreak at Lord’s, Blackcaps are ready to play against India in another ICC tournament summit face-off. The WTC final, beginning at the Ages Bowl of the Southampton on Friday, will be Kiwi’s third final at a world event in the past six years. Previous were the finals of the 2015 and 2019 ICC ODI World Cup played at Australia and England respectively.

Taylor spoke about the 2019 World Cup defeat, “It was disappointing to have lost that match at Lord’s a couple of years ago. I guess, when you lose, you feel that it might be the last time you are playing a World Cup final, so it is nice for me to be here. If we did win that game, I might have retired after that. I am glad I did not, and I am here today,” he said during a virtual press conference.

Taylor, who has played for his country for over a decade and a half has achieved a feat of most-capped cricketer with 442 international matches across all formats for the New Zealand Side. Also, Ross is the highest run-getter for New Zealand in just four short of 18,000 international runs.


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