The last of the 2019 World Cup is scratched in the pages of cricket history as one of the most sensational games in the game. Britain won the pined for title on limit countback rule after the match and excessively over finished in a tie.
It was an extreme outcome for New Zealand, who had been great all through the competition. Kane Williamson talked about the last a month ago in a discussion with David Warner, and opened up on the match again during a meeting with Cricbuzz.
He said that it is 'hard to understand' what occurred in the last, adding that one needs to acknowledge the outcome and proceed onward.
"To decide if it was a high or a low takes a touch of time. I'm despite everything attempting to work out what it was truly. In some cases it is hard to understand it. You have to acknowledge, which is that it is an a vital part of life," Williamson said.
"We didn't get the natural products however upon reflection, it was a quite fabulous game to be a piece of yet an extremely troublesome game to comprehend and get around on the grounds that you were a piece of the game."
In the dramatization filled finale, a ton of things didn't go New Zealand's way, including Martin Guptill's throw which ricocheted off a jumping Ben Stokes' bat and went over the limit.
"When there were such huge numbers of things that were out of your control, crucial things that were so late in the match.
"It implied that you were attempting to bode well and it was exceptionally hard to do that," said Williamson, who was declared the 'Player of the Tournament' for scoring 578 runs.
The 29-year-old said in spite of the considerable number of things that didn't work out it was an astounding encounter to be a piece of the game.
"In spite of being on an inappropriate side of the outcome you despite everything think you had your impact and were maybe ready.
"It was a stunning encounter, a unimaginably energizing excursion on the off chance that you take a gander at the master plan rather than the most recent few minutes. Be that as it may, a genuine stunner of a game.