9 Facts About Kane Williamson

1. On Sunday, Kane Williamson sat out the final ODI with Pakistan, when a result was not possible due to rain.

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2. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has allayed fears he will miss the first Test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi with a groin strain.

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3. New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has been cleared of a minor groin injury and will play the first match of the three-Test series, having sat out the last match of the drawn ODI series.

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4. New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson admitted his team did not put a defendable total.

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5. In March 2016, Kane Williamson assumed the position of captain of New Zealand across all forms of cricket after the retirement of Brendon McCullum, beginning with the World T20I cup in India.

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6. In September 2018, Kane Williamson scored his 10,000th run in first-class cricket, batting for the English side Yorkshire in the 2018 County Championship.

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7. On 23 March 2018, Kane Williamson scored the most centuries by a New Zealand batsman in Tests.

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8. On 10 March 2017, Kane Williamson joined Ross Taylor as joint second highest on NZ's Test century list, both one behind Martin Crowe.

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9. On 24 March 2010, Kane Williamson was named in the New Zealand Test squad for the second Test against Australia, but ultimately he did not play in the match.

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