England vs New Zealand Match, Cricket World Cup 2019

By | July 3, 2019

Cricket World Cup 2019: England vs New Zealand

World Cup 2019: England becomes the third team to reach in the semi-final

In the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, England won the toss and elected to bat first before winning the toss and scored 305 for eight wickets in 50 overs. New Zealand won the target of 306 runs. In reply, New Zealand’s all-rounder lost all the way to 186 in 45 overs and lost to 119 runs. With this, England became the third team to qualify in the semifinals. Earlier, Australia and India have entered the semi-finals.

Cricket World Cup 2019 England vs New Zealand

New Zealand wait till July 5

Whether or not New Zealand will make it to the semifinals, it will be decided on July 5. There is a match between Pakistan and Bangladesh on July 5 and Pakistan has nine points from eight matches. If he wins the match from Bangladesh, then he will also be 11 points equal to New Zealand. Then the case will depend on the run rate. The team whose run rate will improve will enter the semifinals as the fourth team. However, if seen now, Pakistan’s run rate is much lower than New Zealand, so it will have to overcome Bangladesh with a big margin.

New Zealand batsmen disappointed

None of New Zealand’s batsmen have shown the grounds to settle on the wicket. If the wicket starts falling on the first over, then they stop at 186 runs after being all out. New Zealand opener Henry Nicholas was already out in the over, and shortly after Martin Guptill returned to the pavilion. Captain Ken Williamson (27) and Ross Taylor (28) tried to take charge. When they thought that both of them would take New Zealand out of the crisis, they were both run-outs after one. After this, New Zealand got stuck in a deep crisis. Yet unlike Tom Latham (57), none of New Zealand’s batsmen showed the courage to stay on the wicket and the entire team was out for 186 runs.
Mark Wood bowled well for England, taking three wickets for 34 runs in 9 overs. Apart from them Chris Woakes, Jopra Archer, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, and Ben Stokes got one wicket each.

England’s batsmen did not take advantage of a good start

For England, Johnny Bairstow (106) and Jason Roy (60) gave a fantastic start. Both of them made the third-century partnership in this World Cup. But after both of them were dismissed, the New Zealand bowlers made a tremendous return and prevented England’s team from scoring more than three and a half hundred to score 305 runs. Trent Boult, Jimmy Neesham and Matt Henry took two wickets each on behalf of New Zealand, while Mitchen Santner and Tim Southee got one wicket each.

England set a target of 306 runs to win New Zealand

In the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, the England cricket team, batting first after winning the toss, scored 305 runs, losing eight wickets in the stipulated 50 overs and winning New Zealand against New Zealand cricket team in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. For the target of 306 runs.

For England, Johnny Bairstow (106) and Jason Roy (60) gave a fantastic start. Both of them made the third-century partnership in this World Cup. But after both of them were dismissed, the New Zealand bowlers made a tremendous return and prevented England’s team from scoring more than three and a half hundred to score 305 runs. Trent Boult, Jimmy Neesham and Matt Henry took two wickets each on behalf of New Zealand, while Mitchen Santner and Tim Southee got one wicket each.

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