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The shirt name was misspelt 'Willamson', but the McLean Park crowd had no trouble identifying No.22 in New Zealand's opening six-wicket Twenty20 win over Bangladesh last night.
Captain Kane Williamson worked as the hosts' GPS, navigating them across tricky terrain to post 73 not out from 55 balls, his highest score in the international format.
As the cliché goes, there's no 'I' in team and, in an apparel sponsor gaffe, there was no second 'i' on Williamson's shirt as he complemented a collaborative Black Caps bowling and fielding effort with his willow.
"I just had to wear a shirt... it still felt the same," Williamson said.