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Kane Williamson’s captaincy records in all format

Kane Williamson’s captaincy records in all format

Ahead of the T20 World Cup 2024, let us discuss New Zealand's captain Kane Williamson captaincy record in all format.

Kane Williamson will lead New Zealand team in the prestigious T20 World Cup 2024 to claim their maiden trophy in the ninth edition of the tournament. Williamson and Co will start their campaign against Afghanistan on June 8. Ahead of their stint, here are Kane Williamson captaincy record.

Kane Williamson overall captaincy record

Kane Williamson has captained Kiwis in all three formats. He has featured in 202 matches where Williamson has won 105 and lost 82.

Williamson has managed to draw eight matches.

MatchesWonLostTiedDrawNo ResultWin%
2021058228556.08

Williamson captaincy record in Test

The Kiwi batter has outstanding records in red-ball cricket. He has led Black Caps in 40 Tests. He has won 22 games and faced defeat in 10 matches. Williamson has a win percentage of 68.75.

MatchesWonLostTiedDrawNo ResultWin%
40221008068.75

Kane Williamson captaincy record in ODI

In ODIs, Williamson has captained Kiwis in 91 games. He has a win percentage of 53.44 with 46 wins and 40 losses. Williamson has decent records in white ball crickets.

MatchesWonLostTiedDrawNo ResultWin%
91464010453.44

Kane Williamson captaincy record in T20I

Williamson has featured in 71 matches as a skipper for New Zealand. He has claimed victory in 37 games and faced defeat in 32 games with a win percentage of 53.57.

MatchesWonLostTiedDrawNo resultWin%
71373210153.57

Williamson captaincy record in IPL

Kane Williamson has captained Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) starting from 2016. He has played 46 matches as a skipper for SRH where he has won 22 and lost 24. 

MatchesWonLostTiedDrawNo resultWin%
46222400047.82
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