New Delhi: New Zealand star sensation Kane Williamson's success with the bat has been monumental and most of it all it has elevated the 24-year-old to a higher level in modern day cricket. Williamson scored 97 in the fifth ODI match against Sri Lanka to help New Zealand pocket the game and the series.
Williamson's love with batting has been an affair to savour, and with every game it has become an addiction to watch the youngster score runs with class and supremacy.
Williamson missed out on yet another ton. but ensured he gave a platform to the hosts alongside Ross Taylor. The duo stitched in a valuable partnership and were crucial in the victory on Sunday in Dublin.
Williamson's innings of 97 consisted of eight fours and two sixes. With two more games to follow in the series, Williamson will eye more runs to his kitty as that could be more valuable to his confidence.
The brilliant Williamson has already reached 500 international runs in 2015 in 25 Days. In the last 12 months, Kane Williamson has averaged over 70 in both Tests and ODIs.
After a successful Test series against Sri Lanka where he amassed 396 runs in just four innings, Williamson has seen his form shine in the ODIs too. With the ICC World Cup starting next month, Williamson holds the key for the success of New Zealand.
The Kiwi international has been splendid and is amongst the best young batsmen in modern day cricket. He is stated to be alongside the likes of Australia's Steve Smith, India's Virat Kohli and England's Joe Root. All of these players are rising rapidly in both formats with their consistency and value.