McCullum is confident on players for tomorrow’s world cup final
New Zealand Captain Brendon McCullum has shown confidence on his team mates and players for tomorrow’s big final of 2015 world cup against Australia. McCullum also believes that his team can beat Aussies if they perform the way they have been playing throughout the competition. Blackcaps star also expecting that crowd will come tomorrow at MCG to support them and is hoping to have such kind of home support.
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Brendon McCullum said, “The guys have been great about it as well. We know when the World Cup is over we’ll sort of return a little bit to where things were. But at the moment we’ll just try to embrace the fan following and what we’ve been able to achieve for New Zealand.”
Kiwi captain thanked all the supporters and fans who came to ground and support them. He said, “Even while we’re here in Melbourne we are feeling the support of the people back home. So, yeah, we’re thankful for what we’ve been able to achieve and the support that we’ve had, but it would be nice to win and go for another game.”
Blackcaps have been playing some astonishing cricket throughout the world cup and they haven’t lost single match. New Zealand also beat Australia in the group match hence they’ll be looking to do the same. Skipper McCullum faiths on players and hopeful to get best out of them in crucial final.
McCullum said, “We need to play like that, that’s how we’re going to beat teams on regular occasions. We’re not afraid of losing. For us we think about what we can achieve. That’s not always going to work and there are going to be times when we come out on the wrong side of it. But that gives us our greatest chance of success against big opposition teams on a regular basis.
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This is the first occasion when New Zealand team will be playing a cricket world cup final and they played 6 world cup semi-finals previously.