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'Glad' New Zealand hope to improve and push ahead, says Williamson

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson on Sunday said there is consistently a "greater picture" and he sees development in the group regardless of their misfortune to Australia in the Twenty20 World Cup last. 


Williamson's 85 off 48 balls went to no end as Australia defeated New Zealand by eight wickets in Dubai to secure their lady T20 World Cup title. 


Australia's success brought back recollections of their predominant success over the Black Caps in the 2015 ODI World Cup last in Melbourne. 


The Kiwis additionally lost the 2019 ODI World Cup to England in an emotional last that was settled on limit count after a Super Over. 


Williamson intruded on a columnist when helped to remember New Zealand's three misfortunes in World Cup finals, saying "And title last?" 


He was alluding to the current year's triumph in the Test Championship last over India in England. 


"You join to play the game, and you win and you lose, and these are things that can occur on quickly," Williamson told columnists. 


"You know, if you take a gander at the mission on an entire, which we do, and the sort of cricket that we have had the option to play, I can say that we are exceptionally glad for our endeavors all through this timeframe. 


"You get to a last and anything can occur. You referenced maybe that white ball in 2019, which may be a more drawn out conversation on the off chance that you have some time." 


Williamson conceded Australia had the right to win on Sunday as they pursued down their objective of 173 for the deficiency of only two wickets. 


"Would have been clearly more pleasant to be on the right half of the outcome. Yet, Australia played ridiculously well, and you can hear them celebrating nearby, and as it should be. 

"They had a fabulous mission. They are a group loaded with astonishing players and they truly stood up today." 


New Zealand got themselves rapidly after their initial misfortune to Pakistan and won four progressive Super 12 games with pace bowlers Trent Boult and Tim Southee shaking the resistance. 


Martin Guptill, Daryl Mitchell and Williamson scored more than 200 runs in the competition with Jimmy Neesham concocting a mind blowing appearance in their semi-last success over England. 


Williamson said they will search for gains in front of the following year's T20 World Cup in Australia. 


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"The master plan is the significant one, and it is attempting to keep on improving collectively," said Williamson. 


"I thought we came here with some somewhat - or a blend, I assume, of involvement and more youthful players, that a great deal of them, it's their first time in a World Cup and they played very well and are vastly improved for the encounters they have had and there's a ton of development here." 


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