Kyle Jamieson, who was the Man of the Match for his seven wickets in the final, felt nervous while watching the action from the dressing room.
New Zealand beat India by eight wickets in the rain-affected WTC final in Southampton with Williamson scoring an unbeaten half-century in a modest 139-run chase.
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New Zealand all-rounder Kyle Jamieson said dismissing India skipper Virat Kohli in the finals of the WTC felt great.
The former India pacer also said conditions in England are more likely to favour New Zealand as the Kohli-led side has not had any Test cricket in recent time away from home.
This week's match will be the Blackcaps first fixture at the 'home of cricket' since their agonising loss Super Over loss to England in a 2019 World Cup final.
Jamieson, along with New Zealand captain Kane Williamson, chose to fly to Maldives from Delhi before they were to take a flight to the UK as they felt unsafe in India's national capital.
Jamieson was picked up by RCB in the players' auction for a whopping Rs 15 crore and the tall pacer is expected to take wickets and then finish off games with his big-hitting.
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New Zealand pacer Kyle Jamieson, who is known more for his performances in Test cricket, secured a massive Rs 15 crore deal from the Royal Challengers Bangalore.
In the face of a withering spell of bowling by Jamieson, Pakistan were all out for 186 in their second innings of the second Test in the third session of day four in Christchurch.
Jamieson, in only his sixth Test, had the figures of five for 69, the third five-wicket haul of his fledgling career.