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Cricket world cup live : England vs New Zealand ; England won the World Cup on super over tie !

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Cricket world cup live : England vs New Zealand ; England won the World Cup on super over tie !

Cricket world cup live : England vs New Zealand ; England won the World Cup on super over tie !

England has won their maiden international cricket council World Cup trophy after super over drama against New Zealand at lord’s London on Sunday. Normal 50 over’s has been completed by New Zealand and England on a tie.



Then both the team got one more over to play, the Super Over to decide the winners of cricket world cup 2019. England was the first team to bat and obviously New Zealand balled. England has scored fifteen runs from six balls. New Zealand bowler was Bolt and England batsman was Stocks and Morgan.

New zealand was the second team to bat, Martin Guptil and Jimmy Neesham where the openers on super over of cricket world cup. New Zealand got a total of 7 balls, because Archer was the bowler from England team and his first ball was a wide,

Archer’s first ball was Yorker and the batsman’s used to score two runs from it. Then Jimmy Neesham hit a six on the second ball of Archer on the leg side. The last ball of Archer was a wicket that too of Martin guptil, following a full delivery which he hit in front of deep square. however Roy completed a quick throw at the striker’s end with wicketkeeper Jos buttler removing the bails.



However the game was tie even after the super over and the system choosed England as the winners. England became the winners of international cricket council’s World Cup. It was the first world cup for England. However, We Online Chronicles wish England best wishes on their win against New Zealand.

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