England beat New Zealand in World Cup 2019 Final after Super Over

By | July 15, 2019

World Cup 2019 Final: England beat New Zealand after Super Over

Man of the Series becomes Williamson, Man of the match gets the Stokes

The final match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 has been a tremendous thorn. The thrill remained in the match until the last ball. It was difficult to decide which team would become world champion, but New Zealand cricket team was unfortunate that despite being equally convincing with the goal of England (England cricket team), he could not become a world champion. The rule of the World Cup under his rule came. According to the World Cup rules, in such a situation, that team is declared the winner, who has put more boundaries. Since the England team had more boundaries in this match, it was declared the winner. In this way, England took possession of the World Cup for the first time, while the New Zealand team, which reached the finals for the second consecutive time, had to be disappointed this time.

England beat Nw Zealand World Cup 2019 Final

Earlier, winning the toss against England, New Zealand first scored 241 runs for 8 wickets in 50 overs, with the target of 242 for England, but the England team could score as many runs in the stipulated 50 overs as well. His entire team was out for 241 runs. In this way, the match reached the super over. In the super over, England first scored 15 runs in an over with a target of 16 runs to win against New Zealand, but this time New Zealand could also make England equal to 15 runs.
The man-of-the-match award, Ben Stokes got the Man of the Series award to New Zealand captain Ken Williamson.

Stokes and Butler play for England

The New Zealand bowlers also offered the best bowling speculation today and did not allow English batsmen to play in the open from the start. Jason Roy (17) and Joey Root were out early. After this, Johnny Bairstow (36) also went on floating. Captain Eoin Morgan also did not stand on the wicket, and England had fallen on just 86 runs in 23.1 overs. Ben Stokes (84 not out) and Jos Butler (59) tried to get out of the crisis by playing a superb half-century. But Butler was dismissed in 44.5 overs, once again England’s wickets were flawed. But Ben Stokes, on one side, played inspirational innings and brought England to New Zealand’s score. The entire England team was all out for 241 runs in the 50th over of New Zealand and the match went into super over. After that, both the teams could make an equal 15-15 runs in the Super Over. In this case, the rules were found in England. He was declared a winner because of putting more boundaries during his innings.

New Zealand batsmen could not face England’s edge

New Zealand batsmen went out cheaply in front of England’s best bowling. Chris Woakes dismissed Martin Guptill (19) cheaply. After this, the infamous batsman and captain Ken Williamson (30) Nicholas (55) was taking the team on the right track. The two shared a 74-run partnership together. This partnership was broken by Liam Plunkett by Williamson. After that Nicholas also walked Ross Taylor (15) and Jimmy Neesham (19) were also dismissed early.
In the end, Tom Latham made 47 off 56 balls with the help of two fours and a six, to give New Zealand a respectable score.
Liam Plunkett and Chris Woakes took three or three wickets from England The success of Jopra Archer and Mark Wood took every success.

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