Kane Williamson

New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson will lead Sunrisers Hyderabad after Australia's David Warner was earlier banned from playing the 11th edition of IPL along with Australia captain Steve Smith in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal. Williamson has a good captain experience as he has been leading New Zealand for quite sometime. The Williamson-led Kiwi side tasted success against England in Tests at home. Williamson began his cricketing career against India in an ODI in August 2010 while donned the

Test jersey against the same opposition later that year. Since, his Test debut, Williamson has scored 5338 runs in 65 matches averaging 50.35 including 18 hundreds. In ODIs, the right-hander has represented New Zealand in 127 matches scoring 5156 runs at an average of 46.87. The Blackcaps skipper has been a part of IPL in three seasons where he has played 15 and has scored 411 runs.

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Kane Williamson becomes first New Zealand player to win Sir Richard Hadlee Medal thrice

Kane Williamson became the first New Zealand player to ever win the Sir Richard Hadlee Medal thrice. Meanwhile, women's all-rounder Amelia Kerr picked up national player-of-the-year award for women at a ceremony in Auckland on Thursday.

ICC Test rankings: Virat Kohli still on top but Kane Williamson narrows gap

Kane Williamson's 200 not out against Bangladesh in the first Test, which earned him the Player of the Match award, has lifted him from 897 points to within seven points of India captain Virat Kohli.

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New Zealand vs Bangladesh 1st Test: Kane Williamson's 200 takes Kiwis to record 715/6

Bangladesh were 174-4 at the close of play, still 307 runs adrift from making New Zealand bat again and staring at a massive innings defeat. Soumya Sarkar was 39 not out with stand-in captain Mahmudullah on 15 at the close of play.

Excited to test New Zealand's bench strength in T20I series against India, says Kane Williamson

Kane Williamson said he is excited about the prospect of testing unheralded players against a 'top' team like India in the T20 series starting Wednesday.

India vs New Zealand 4th ODI: One of our worst batting performances in a very long time, says Rohit Sharma

With Trent Boult picking a fifer, India were dismissed for just 92 runs in lowest score since 2010 when Men in Blue mustered 88 runs, also against New Zealand at Dambulla.

India vs New Zealand 1st ODI: It was not our best performance, but experience against India will help, says Kane Williamson

New Zealand suffered an 8-wicket loss in the first ODI against India in Napier. The two teams will meet for the second ODI on Saturday.

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Our focus is how best we can combat Virat Kohli, says Kane Williamson

Kane Williamson and Virat Kohli applauded each other's achievements and what they bring to the field ahead of the much anticipated five-match ODI series between India and New Zealand.

James Neesham pushes World Cup claims in New Zealand win over Sri Lanka

James Neesham was on three at the start of the 49th over bowled by Thisara Perera and proceeded to smash five sixes.

New Zealand vs Sri Lanka: Kane Williamson praises stubborn Sri Lanka pair after drawn first Test

Kusal Mendis and Angelo Mathews had saved their team from defeat on Tuesday when they took advantage of a placid wicket to bat the entire day.

Kane Williamson masterclass puts New Zealand in strong position against Sri Lanka

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson provided a batting masterclass against Sri Lanka in Wellington on Sunday to keep up his chase of Virat Kohli to become the world's top Test batsman, just as the Indian skipper was showing his class in Perth.

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ICC Champions Trophy 2017: 'Dark horses' New Zealand are the team to watch out for

New Zealand are capable of producing surprising results and with their ability to perform as a unit in crunch situations of the match they can go on to win their second ICC Champions Trophy title.

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