Photos and videos related to Kane Williamson are now becoming viral on social media. In this, Kennama is seen with bandaged knees and is walking with the help of crutches. Williamson, who is very active on the field, walking with crutches.
New Zealand captain and Gujarat Titans star player Kane Williamson has been ruled out for the entire IPL season this year due to injury. In the first match against Chennai Super Kings at Ahmedabad, Kane’s uncle got seriously injured after stopping the ball. His Macaulay was seriously injured. Williamson, who missed the IPL, went to his home country. But photos and videos related to Kane Williamson are now becoming viral on social media. In this, Kennama is seen with bandaged knees and is walking with the help of crutches. Williamson, who is very active on the field, is saddened by walking with crutches. Looking at Kane’s condition, it seems difficult to recover now. Experts say that more days of rest are necessary. In this order, Williamson’s playing in the ODI World Cup-2023, which will be held in India, has become doubtful.
Kane Williamson, who previously led Sunrisers Hyderabad, has a separate fan following in India. Even before leaving for New Zealand in this event, the star player also sent a message to his fans on the social media platform. Sharing a photo of himself standing with crutches.. ‘Thank you Gujarat Titans. I have met many wonderful players in these few days. My thanks to everyone who has supported me over the past few days. Although I am going to my home country, I will try to step back on the field soon’, he wrote. After seeing this post, fans are hoping for a speedy recovery for Kane. Suresh Raina, Shikhar Dhawan, David Warner, Ruthuraj Gaikwad and other cricketers responded to Williamson’s post. Kane made comments wishing a speedy recovery.
#WATCH: Hear Kiwi cricketer Kane Williamson’s first comments as he touches down in NZ, after a knee injury cut short his @IPL campaign https://t.co/j8QZegWvcu (Via @AlexChapmanNZ) pic.twitter.com/5GUnkugHXa
— Newshub (@NewshubNZ) April 3, 2023
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