Kane Williamson will miss the remainder of the matches against Pakistan

Kane Williamson will miss the remainder of the matches against Pakistan.Kane Williamson, the captain of New Zealand cricket, will miss the rest of the five-match Twenty20 International series against Pakistan because of a hamstring injury he suffered in the second Twenty20 International. 

Williamson was already ruled out of the third game and is probably going to miss the last two as well, according to coach Gary Stead’s confirmation on Monday. Making ensuring Williamson is fit for the longer format is the top objective, since the first Test against South Africa is coming up in less than three weeks.

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Tim Seifert is anticipated to replace Williamson in the batting order, and at some point during the series, Stead hinted that Seifert would take Devon Conway’s spot as the wicketkeeper. In the Twenty20 International series, New Zealand presently leads 2-0.

After a solid opening partnership of 59 runs for the first wicket between Devon Conway and Finn Allen, New Zealand set 195 runs for Pakistan to chase in the second Twenty20 International. Williamson joined Allen, but a hamstring problem forced him to retire hurt after he scored 26 off of 15. Allen scored 74 runs off of 41 balls as he carried on with his aggressive innings.

Pakistan encountered a difficult pursuit despite the counterattacking duo of Babar Azam and Fakhar Zaman. Zaman’s brilliant fifty off twenty-five was ruined by a Milne delivery. The bowlers from New Zealand then took over, lowering Pakistan from 97-3 to 125-6. Although Babar Azam put up a strong fight, scoring 66 runs off 43 balls, the Kiwi bowlers, led by Adam.

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