Munro looks to set his future plan for upcoming years
New Zealand opener Colin Munro says that he’s now looking forward to his future plan and according to this he will set his goal which includes playing T20 cricket more and more.
Munro is well-known as devastating opener in limited-overs cricket but his form had been going down since last year. He scored just 125 runs in 6 matches in World Cup 2019 and after that performance he was excluded from the ODI side. Even he’s not given a central contract this year which clearly indicated that he’s not in board’s plan for future.
“I missed out on a contract for New Zealand this year. It sort of shows me that they chose other players ahead of me in one day cricket and that’s acceptable. It’s time for me now to also start looking after myself and my family and what the best decision that is moving forward,”
Munro was quoted as saying by cricket.com.
“I am 33, probably got another two years of good cricket in me and then I can reassess my goals after that. So try to play as much T20 cricket as I can over the next little while and see where that puts me on at the end of next year,” Munro added.