AUS vs IND: Kane Williamson said, ‘changing diapers of children more important than watching India-Australia match’

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The Test series of Australia and India is considered quite exciting but the captain of New Zealand Kane williamson The priority is something else. Williamson has said that it is more important for him to change baby diapers than watching from a Test match between India and Australia.

He made this statement on the eve of the third match of the series which started from 7 January. He said that it would have been exciting to watch this series, but you cannot see everything.

Williamson said. ‘I saw little when feeding my daughter or changing diapers. It is always great to watch cricket but you cannot see everything.

On the series that ended against Pakistan, Williamson said it was fantastic. New Zealand eliminated the visiting team 2–0 in this series. Williamson batted brilliantly with the bat in this series. He scored a century in the first match and a double century in the second.

New Zealand became the number one team in the ICC Test rankings for the first time with a win in this match. With this, Australia has reached the second place, while the Indian team has reached the third place. New Zealand is the sixth team to reach the number one ranking in Test cricket in the last 10 years.
New Zealand now has 118 ratings, two ahead of Australia and four ratings points ahead of third-placed India. England (106) is ranked fourth and South Africa (96) is in fifth position.