New Zealand Head Coach Gary Stead said that he’s happy that Colin Munro is pissed off.
The New Zealand cricket crew introduced their T20I squads for the upcoming collection towards Pakistan and Bangladesh, in addition to the vastly awaited T20 World Cup that will likely be performed this 12 months in October and November.
And, one man who missed out on a spot within the New Zealand facet is Colin Munro. The explosive batsman didn’t discover a place within the squad for the Pakistan and Bangladesh collection, in addition to the New Zealand squad named for the T20 World Cup.
Munro took to Instagram and said that he was gutted to overlook out on a spot within the Kiwi facet. He additionally added he might need effectively performed his final match for the Black Caps.
“Extraordinarily gutted to overlook out on this, was positively a objective of mine that I wished to tick off. Seems to be like I could have performed my final sport for Black Caps, not by selection,” wrote Munro.
You possibly can see Colin Munro’s Instagram story beneath
Colin Munro is a wonderful participant: New Zealand Head Coach
New Zealand Head Coach Gary Stead said that Colin Munro was solely out there for the T20 World Cup and never for the excursions earlier than that. Stead added that Munro is a particularly wonderful participant.
“Colin was nonetheless out there however for the World Cup solely, and wasn’t out there for some other excursions in any respect. We talked by means of that call, and ultimately we’ve had lots of success with guys in our T20 squad the final six months. We all know Colin’s been a wonderful participant and nonetheless is a wonderful participant,” mentioned Stead as quoted by stuff.com.
The New Zealand Head Coach additional added that he’s happy that Munro is pissed off. Including that not all people can get an opportunity, Stead concluded by stating that he has spoken to Munro concerning his non-selection.
“I’m happy he’s pissed off. While you’ve acquired lots of high quality gamers round you’ll be able to’t match everybody in to fifteen… Sure I’ve spoken to Colin, a couple of week in the past so he’s clear on the place he sits,” concluded Stead.
Right here is New Zealand’s squad for T20 World Cup 2021: Kane Williamson (c), Todd Astle, Trent Boult, Mark Chapman, Devon Conway, Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Kyle Jamieson, Daryl Mitchell, Jimmy Neesham, Glenn Phillips, Mitchell Santner, Tim Seifert (wk), Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee