Home ICC T20 World Cup 2021 Watch: Trent Boult Poses For Selfie, Hugs New Zealand Team’s Bus Driver

Watch: Trent Boult Poses For Selfie, Hugs New Zealand Team’s Bus Driver

Watch: Trent Boult Poses For Selfie, Hugs New Zealand Team’s Bus Driver

After a brilliant campaign in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021, New Zealand is touring India for T20I and two-match test series. Pacer bowler Trent Boult’s gesture, before leaving for India from UAE has gone viral on social media.

In a video shared by the official Twitter handle of the BlackCaps, Trent Boult is seen posing for a selfie and then hugging the New Zealand team’s bus driver Santosh. The video is shot before New Zealand’s departure from UAE. Posting the video, the Blackcaps wrote:

Finishing up at the @T20WorldCup with a hug from our bus driver Santhosh. Next stop Jaipur! #T20WorldCup #INDvNZ”

Watch the video here:

Trent Boult was the leading wicket-taker for New Zealand in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021. He took 13 wickets in 7 matches, ar an average of 13.31. The Kiwis reached the finals but lost to Australia by 8 wickets.

“Still hurts a little bit to swallow” – Trent Boult on T20 World Cup finals loss

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Reflecting on the loss in the finals of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021, Trent Boult admitted that it still hurts the pacer to end up on the losing side. He added that the team quickly left for Jaipur after the loss, which helped in moving on from the result. Boult said:

“I have had time to process the result. It still hurts a little bit to swallow the result but life goes on. We quickly went back to the hotel, packed our bags, and were on a chartered flight to Jaipur to play the series against India. It’s all good.”

Speaking about New Zealand’s brilliant run in the T20 World Cup, Trent Boult said:

“I think the boys did themselves proud with what we achieved in this tournament. You get to the final stages there, won against England, and get into that last dance. But unfortunately, we came out on the wrong side of the result. The boys are hurting but hopefully next time we can go all the way, pretty much.”

In the ongoing India vs New Zealand T20I series, the Kiwis are trailing 1-0, after suffering a loss in Jaipur. They will be desperate to bounce back strongly in the second T20I in Ranchi on Friday.

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