5 captains who can guide their teams to World Cup in 2019
#4. Kane Williamson
In Williamson resides a batsman who has still kept the old-school batting alive. In modern times, when players follow 'see the ball, hit the ball' approach, Williamson's batting is still governed by building innings gradually and play the anchor's role. His calm demeanor also reflects in his style of captaincy. He has witnessed enough success with Kiwis in his stint as a captain since 2016.
After Brendon McCullum called time on his career, Kane was officially announced as the skipper for the BlackCaps in all the three formats. His ability to control the game at his own pace has been the key to success for Kiwis prominent run in all the three formats.
During the World Cup, it will be essential for the 28-year old to trust his troops and get the best out of them to hand New Zealand a special win in England.