ICC Cricket World Cup Final-2019: England won the first-ever World Cup title in Super Over. The match in the extreme drama tie after the super overs. There were tie here, and England’s bowlers celebrated the trophy after calculating the boundary of the two sides.
England needed 15 runs to win in the last over. Ben Stokes dotted the first two ball strikes in Trent Boult’s favor. Stuart Broad was bowled by Martin Guptill after he hit two fours in the third over. Yoga is six runs.
Adil Rashid, who was out in the non-striker after being run out for fifth, was run out. If Stokes needs two runs to win, then Mark Wood is run out. The match is tie. Super over to build.
England, batting in the second innings according to Super Over rule, are the first batsmen to bat. Where Stokes and Butler take out 6 batting respectively, 3, 1, 4, 1, 2 and 4. Kiwi fast bowlers Trent Bolt But Guptill and James Nisham, who were dismissed for batting for New Zealand, were dismissed by Wade, 2, 6, 2, 2, 1 in the last over and Guptill was run out by one run when needed.
On Sunday (July 14th), England and New Zealand were confronted in the final of the one-day World Cup in historic Lord’s. Kiwi captain Kane Williamson, who won the toss, decided to bat.
Stokes took England’s innings to Super over after being dismissed by 84 runs for the fourth wicket in reply to the Kiwis. He scored 5 fours and two sixes in 98 balls.
Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler were going on a march to England to win the trophy. They scored 110 runs in the fifth wicket. However, Butler (59) left the field after Lucky Ferguson’s second victim of the one-day career haul of 20th half-century. He made his innings in 60 balls with 6 fours.
Eoin Morgan’s bad shot, Lucky Ferguson’s catchy catch And in this match, New Zealand pulls themselves up England captain Ferguson became the first bowler to score 86 runs in the first innings. He scored 9 runs from 22 balls.
New Zealand beat England’s three top-order batsmen Opener Jonny Bairstow became the victim of Lucky Ferguson. He got bowled by 7 fours in 36 balls. Earlier, Joe Root (7), who was in great form, was out to call Collins D Grandhamer.
If you can make half-centuries, Jason Roy could have scored the record of highest five fifties equal to Shakib Al Hasan and Virat Kohli. However, it was not enough to win only 17 runs in the final. Matt Hennery’s catastrophic batsman, caught by wicket-keeper Tom Latham.
Lucky Ferguson and James Nisham took three wickets each for New Zealand bowlers. Henry and Colin de Grandham also took one wicket.
Earlier, New Zealand, batting first, scored 241 for 8 wickets at the end of 50 overs. The only half-century for the team came from opener Henry Nicholls’s bat. However, Chris Woakes and Liam Plunkett did not allow great balls to make the score very big.
Right-hander Martin Guptill left the field with just 19 runs at the start of the innings. New Zealand opener Martin Guptill batted in the first ball of the World Cup with 73 runs against Sri Lanka only in the first innings. In the final, he kept up with the failure.
Why Williamson returned to Plunkett? After the party century, the ball of his game goes to the England wicket keeper touching the ball. Although the umpire did not give out, England finally took wickets on review. Williamson returned with a personal 30 runs. 53 balls to play two innings in two innings.
Henri Nicholls scored the highest score of the team. The opener was bowled by Liam Plunkett in 55 balls with four fours and a six. This is the ninth Half-Century of his ODI career. Mark Wood then trapped Ross Taylor in a 15-run third-degree partnership with another confident batsman Ross Taylor.
James Neesham leaves the ground after being the third victim of Liam Planck He got 19 runs from 3 fours in 25 balls before catching Joe Root.
Tom Latham helped the New Zealand team cross 200 runs He turned 47 from 56 to become the victim of the oaks. He scored two fours and a six.
Chris Woakes and Liam Plunkett shared three wickets in the English bowlers. Besides, Archer and Wood have taken one wicket.