Are you still thinking about the thrilling final of the World Cup between England and India? We know the answer, Yes you are. Now imagine yourself in the shoes of New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson. It is hard, it really is. Kane Williamson stated that he woke up wondering it was a bad dream, but it wasn’t to be. And it is one of those bad dreams which will always haunt him for life.

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New Zealand didn’t have the rub of their green on their side. To go down on the basis of boundaries count in the final of the World Cup has to be the most heartbreaking thing in the career of a player. And the eleven New Zealand players which had taken the field against England will always need to cope up with the same.

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Kane Williamson. Photo Credit: Getty Images

It is never easy to accept that you gave everything you had and the scores were levelled even after the Super Over. But sometimes sports like life can be cruel to us.

Kane Williamson said while talking to ESPN Cricinfo, “I sort of explained it to a few people, it’s like it sort of hits in waves. You feel it, 10 minutes, you forgot about it, and you make little jokes and then it comes back to you and you go, ‘that just happened and did that just happened’. Is that real? I woke up wondering it was a bad dream and it wasn’t, was it?

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Kane Williamson. Credit: Twitter

Meanwhile, Kane Williamson is an inspiration for the next generation. He has taken this crushing loss on his chin and he has been even smiling while giving his interviews.

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On the other hand, Williamson was superb as a leader as well as a batsman for New Zealand. The stylish right-hander scored 578 runs in the tournament which is the most for any captain in a single edition of the World Cup. Thus, the flamboyant batsman was awarded the Player of the tournament.