New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill spoke exclusively to Yahoo! Cricket after the win over Ireland about his side's capabilities moving forward in the ICC World Twenty20.
New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill believes his side's ability to cope with their injury epidemic shows they are capable of going all the way in this tournament.
Guptill is among the lesser lights who have come out from the pack to figure prominently for the Black Caps in the ICC World Twenty20.
Guptill smashed 45 off 32 balls in New Zealand’s emphatic 83-run defeat of Ireland at Trent Bridge on Thursday. The 22-year-old has been charged with greater responsibility after the loss of a succession of players due to injury (Jesse Ryder has dropped out entirely, Daniel Vettori is yet to start a game while Ross Taylor and James Franklin have also missed games ).
Guptill spoke exclusively to Yahoo after the win over Ireland about his side’s capabilities moving forward in the ICC World Twenty20.
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