Kane Williamson says that patience was his key to batting

Kane Williamson, who became the youngest cricketer of New Zealand scoring a century on his debut, said that the hard grind while he prepared to face the spinners of India was worth it for him in the 1st cricket Test match.

Williamson, 20, said that they knew before they came here that they have to be facing the top class spin bowling. He said that patience was his key and they had prepared really hard. That’s why it paid off for them.

Batting for over 6 ½ hours and hit 10 fours, Williamson said that they’re aggressive by nature and their bowling Martin had a superb effort to it and they were charged up and had a go at their batsmen after the 3rd wicket fell.

Scored 173 in the 1st innings, Virender Sehwag was running out by a fielding superb piece by Martin Guptill, a substitute.

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