World Cup 2019: "There's a huge amount of respect for Bairstow and Roy" - Williamson
Modified 13 Jul 2019, 21:40 IST
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson said "anything's possible" as he prepared to lead his side into their second successive Cricket World Cup final against England at Lord's.
Williamson has been a hugely influential figure in his side's run to the final through his batting and captaincy - and now aims to be the first New Zealander to lift the World Cup trophy.
The Black Caps - led by Brendon McCullum - lost the 2015 final to Australia by eight wickets.
New Zealand bounced back from three successive defeats in the group stage this year to shock India in a thrilling semi-final at Old Trafford.
Now they face tournament favourites and hosts England in a final which will produce a new winner of the World Cup.
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