Trent Boult poses with the team bus driver ahead of New Zealand's departure to India

Trent Boult poses with the team bus driver ahead of New Zealand’s departure to India

In the video, Trent Boult can be seen posing for a picture and hugging the team bus driver Santhosh.

Trent Boult
Trent Boult. (Photo Source: Twitter)

The New Zealand side will hardly have any breathing space after the conclusion of the 2021 edition of the T20 World Cup. The Kiwis played the summit clash of the tournament on 14th November 2021, and will immediately travel to India for a three-match T20I series that is scheduled to commence on 17th November 2021.

And, ahead of their departure from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to Jaipur, New Zealand released a video on their official Twitter handle. In the video, Trent Boult can be seen posing for a picture and hugging the team bus driver Santhosh.

The Black Caps also captioned the tweet “Finishing up at the T20 World Cup with a huge hug from our bus driver Santhosh. Next stop Jaipur,” read the tweet.

You can see the tweet from the Black Caps below

New Zealand experienced a scintillating run in the 2021 T20 World Cup

The New Zealand side experienced a superb run in the 2021 edition of the T20 World Cup. Kane Williamson and his men won 4 out of their 5 matches in the Super 12 stages of the tournament and qualified for the knockout stages.

Then, in the semi-final against England, the Kiwis chased down a stiff target of 167, with Daryl Mitchell spearheading the run chase by scoring a sensational 72* off 47 deliveries. However, the Black Caps slipped in their final hurdle and lost to Australia in the final.

In the final of the 2021 T20 World Cup, New Zealand batted first and posted a good total of 172/4 in their 20-over quota, with their skipper Kane Williamson hammering the Aussie bowlers all around the park. Williamson scored a 48-ball 85 for his side.

But then, Australia kept their cool in the run chase and won the match with 8 wickets in hand. David Warner and Mitchell Marsh scored superb half-centuries to help the ‘Men in Yellow’ to their first-ever T20 World Cup title.