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No Regrets For Optimistic Gary Stead After New Zealand Fall Short Again

Mentor Gary Stead said he had no second thoughts subsequent to seeing New Zealand lose in the last of a white-ball World Cup cricket last for the third time in six years and stays sure the Black Caps can enjoy accomplishment later on. 

Sunday's eight-wicket whipping by Australia in the T20 World Cup last followed misfortunes to the Australians and England in the finals of the 50-overs World Cup in 2015 and 2019 separately. 

Yet, while the Black Caps were forced to bear a substantial misfortune in Dubai, Stead felt his group had arrived at the last against assumptions. 

"I don't have qualms about anything," he told journalists from Dubai. 

"To make the last in itself is a colossal accomplishment for the group and it's something that I'm by and by extremely pleased with. 

"I believe there's a ton of others that had England and India in the last right from the beginning, so I figure Australia will be pleased with their endeavors also." 

Kane Williamson's 85 runs off 48 balls fueled New Zealand to 172 for four yet a second-wicket remain between David Warner and Mitchell Marsh controlled the Australians towards triumph. 

"At the midway stage when you score 172 in the last you believe you're in with a decent possibility," said Stead. 

"I felt we batted particularly well those last 10 overs. Kane was wonderful truly. The manner in which he hit the ball was unbelievable to watch. It was an expert class truly. 

"Yet, tragically that was coordinated up by Warner and Marsh ... furthermore, we simply didn't make the leaps forward we expected to apply sufficient tension on Australia all through the entire innings." 

New Zealand will have not exactly a year to hang tight for one more shot at the title with the following release of the T20 World Cup due to be played in Australia in October and November 2022. 

Stead, however, is floated by the blend of youth and involvement with the current crew. 

"We had seven players who were in their first ICC world competition at this one out of the 16 that were here, so almost a large portion of our gathering were hanging around interestingly," he said. 

"I imagine that is invigorating for us. 

"We clearly have some extremely experienced campaigners also, yet what invigorates me is that there's a young look that is as yet getting through our gathering. 

"I realize they will learn and they will absolutely ascend to what the difficulties are and get playing in those extremely, large matches. 

"I believe that is invigorating for us over the long haul as far as the profundity that we are building."

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