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Williamson Retires Hurt with Tight Hamstring in Hamilton T20I series Pakistan vs New Zealand | Cricket Fans Express Concern as

During Pakistan vs New Zealand, Kane Williamson experiences a tight hamstring in his right while completing a run in the tenth over. Tim Southee appointed as new captain for the match.

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Kane Williamson : Captain of NZ

In the match Pakistan vs New Zealand, Kane Williamson was batting on 26 off 15, with three fours and a six. During the drinks interval, he then trudged off with Daryl Mitchell coming out to bat in his place.

New Zealand captain Kane Williamson left the ground after the injury in his right hamstring while batting a second T20I against Pakistan in Hamilton on Sunday. The match continues by appointing Tim Southee as the new captain for rest of the match.

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