"After playing good, we know that everything starts again, anything in the past is quickly forgotten."New Zealand have reached six World Cup semi-finals without going any further, including the last two, losing to Sri Lanka both times. While they might have to face the same opponents again in the semis, first they have to overhaul West Indies on Saturday at the Westpac stadium here.
The 24-year-old is wary of the threat Chris Gayle can be and says his team needs to be focused on the demolisher and bowl in the right channels to him. "Everyone knows what Gayle can do, he's one of the biggest matchwinners in world cricket. It's important we put a little bit of focus on him, but more important we look at ourselves. When he plays well, he takes any team down. Still, if you bowl well you can get anyone out," he said.