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Trend Boult says, ‘this will be my last T20 World Cup’ for New Zealand.

WEB DESK: The fast bowler Trent Boult has said that “this will be my last T20 World Cup” for the country.

Fast bowler Trent Boult confirmed that he would not be playing another T20 World Cup for New Zealand, Boult reflected on New Zealand’s disappointing campaign in the Caribbean.

New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult said the early exit in T20 World Cup 2024 is probably not the end of an era for the BlackCaps. However, the 34-year-old confirmed that the 2024 edition would be his last World Cup in the shortest format of the game. Boult spoke to the media after his match-winning performance with the ball against Uganda in a Group C match at Brian Lara Stadium in Trinidad on Saturday.

Trent Boult said there is still plenty of quality in the dressing room to make sure New Zealand return to their best in ICC tournaments. New Zealand exited an ICC men’s white-ball tournament without making the semi-final for the first time since 2014. Kane Williamson’s side were shown the door early after they lost to Afghanistan and West Indies in a tough group in the T20 World Cup.

“I obviously haven’t seen too much of them, but there’s been some great upsets in this tournament I see Nepal unfortunately missed out by one run It shows you the closeness of this format and the quality that’s in this in this World Cup So like I said, we’re devastated to not qualify. We’ve been outplayed earlier in the tournament and yeah, we haven’t qualified for good reason so it’s unfortunate but that’s how T20 cricket goes – speaking on behalf of myself this will be my last T20 World Cup. Yeah, that’s all I have to say,” Boult said.