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Monday, July 15, 2019

Jos Buttler - Ben Stokes guides England New World Champions

Highlights - Jos Buttler - Ben Stokes guides England New World Champions


The first time ICC Cricket World one day international tournament final ODI match played between New Zealand vs England at Lord's in 2019.

Ben Stokes produced one of the greatest under pressure knock of 84 to epic World Cup final match has been tied, Super Over tied and England won by with most boundaries method in Super Over Eliminator.

2019 World Cup final England vs New Zealand highlights
England lift the first World Cup © Getty Images and Video from YOUTUBE
New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson won the toss decided to batting first - England bowler Chris Woakes delivered first ball wide, in the fifth ball Martin Guptill mark with boundary at backward point.

Chris Woakes gets the first wicket of the World Cup final, Dangerous Martin Guptill (19) goes for leg before wicket in the 7th over, and New Zealand lost their first wicket for 29-runs.

Kane Williamson was scored a 30 off consumed 59 deliveries, Liam Plunkett delivered beautiful delivery Williamson missed the defend and Jos Buttler big appeal for catch out but Umpire denied then Eoin Morgan take the Successful review and Kane Williamson was caught out behind the stumps by Jos Buttler off Liam Plunkett in the 23rd Over.

Kane Williamson and Henry Nichols added 74-run stand for second wicket, After Williamson exit, Henry Nichols played beautiful shots and He was completed delightful fifty off 71 deliveries unfortunately He didn't converted big score and He was 55 for bowled out by Liam Plunkett.

After Nichols exit, Ross Taylor failed to settled, He went to pavilion with leg before wicket by Mark Wood, Now New Zealand team truble at 141 for four wickets in 34 overs.

At crusial situation New Zealand middle-order batsmen James Neesham added valuable 19 with 3 fours and He was got out by Joe Root, Root takes a straightforward catch at mid-on off Liam Plunkett.

New Zealand losing wickets consistently their middle order failed to scored a big score, Colin de Grandhomme added crusial 16 without boundary, The only middle order batsman Tom Latham's valuable 47-runs helped to New Zealand set up comfortable total of 241-8 in 50 overs. This is 1996 World Cup final Australia's same score in 50 overs.

While England chasing World Cup final target of 242 required from 50 overs, New Zealand bowler Trent Boult first ball LBW appeal to umpire, Umpire Marais Erasmus doesn't given out but New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson asked for review it's umpire's call on leg stump and Jason Roy survives.

Jason Roy looking good, He was played some glorious fours to scored a 17 off 20 balls and He got out for pavilion with Not too dissimilar to how Rohit Sharma was dismissed in the World Cup semi-final. Nice catch by Tom Latham off Trademark Matt Henry in the 6th over.

Matt Henry line and length delivered to three maidens overs in a row, Joe Root showing his on face World Cup final pressure scored a 7 off consumed 30 deliveries, He was caught out by behind the stumps Tom Latham off Colin de Grandhomme, this is big wicket for New Zealand.

England opener Jonny Bairstow attacking New Zealand bowlers, He was hit beautiful 7 fours to scored a valuable 36 off consuming 55 deliveries, Lockie Ferguson's second ball in the 20th over Jonny Bairstow hit the beautiful shot to four and 3rd ball Bairstow bowled out in same over.

After Jonny Bairstow exit, England score was 71 for 3 wickets in 19.3 overs, Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes takes the responsibility on their shoulder and score drag to 200 plus, Jos Buttler completed his delightful fifty of 53 deliveries and He was caught out by Substitute fielder Tim Southee off Lockie Ferguson.

Jos Buttler and Ben Stoke both batsmen added 117-run stand for fifth wicket partnership under pressure, After Jos Buttler exit, at this stage England needed 46 runs from 37 deliveries.

Ben Strokes not lost his concentration, He was attacking New Zealand bowler, Liam Plunkett added important 10 runs off run a ball, He was catch out by Tom Latham off Lockie Ferguson, other end England falling quick wickets, in the 46th over Ben Stokes hit the beautiful boundary.

In the 49th over Ben Stokes smashed must needed six off James Neesham over, after two balls Jofra Archer got duck out in the same over.

Now England needed 15 runs off 6 balls, Trent Boult delivered first two balls dots, third ball Ben Stokes hit six at over midwicket, fourth ball Ben Stokes 2 runs  by Full-toss ball at deep midwicket. Martin Guptill direct hit. It might have well been a direct hit had Ben Stokes not inadvertently deflected it away with his lunging bat, diving forward to save himself from being run-out. The deflection ensures the ball tickles away to the boundary. And it's six runs at end.

In fifth ball Ben Stokes running for two runs but other end Adil Rashid run out by Santner and Boult and last England needed 2-runs off 1 ball.

Trent Boult delivered under pressure to Ben Stokes, Ben Stokes running for two runs but Mark Wood was run out by James Neesham and Trent Boult, it's Match Tied and Match goes to Super Over.

In the Super Over England batsman Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler comes to batting, both added 15 runs including 2 boundaries against Trent Boult over.

Now New Zealand needed 16 runs off 6 balls, Jofra Archer delivered first ball wide, Second ball takes two runs, third ball James Neesham hit a massive six, fourth ball takes the two runs, fifth ball Archer delivered beautifully to Neesham, He was takes the single.

Now last ball 2-runs needed from last ball of the Super Over.Martin Guptill on strike, Unfortunately He missed big shot and failed to take two runs, He was run out in the last over super over and England won by Most Boundaries in Super Over count.

England lift the first World Cup title after 44 years of the men's competition, After 100 overs.

Ben Stokes glorious unbeaten 84-runs batting performance to earned the player of the match in World Cup Final.

New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson was earned the Player of the tournament.