Eoin Morgan 113 - Joe Root 106* - England vs New Zealand 4th ODI 2015 Highlights

Watch the highlights of Eoin Morgan 113 - Joe Root 106* - England vs New Zealand 4th ODI 2015 - New Zealand tour of England 5-match one-day international series of the 4th ODI match played between New Zealand and England at Trent Bridge, Nottingham in 17th June 2015.

Eoin Morgan 113 - Joe Root 106* - England vs New Zealand 4th ODI 2015 Highlights
Eoin Morgan struck 11 fours and five sixes in a 73-ball century © Getty Images

Eoin Morgan and Joe Root's superb centuries inspired to England record seven-wicket victory over New Zealand and levelled the series 2-2 in the fourth ODI.

* 350-3 : England registered their highest ever successful run-chase in One-day international cricket history and the joint fourth highest chase in ODIs.

* England's 350 was their fifth highest score in One-day Internationals and it is their third highest total against New Zealand in ODIs.

* 198 : Joe Root and Eoin Morgan set up the third highest partnership for England and their highest third-wicket stand against New Zealand in ODIs.

* Eoin Morgan has four scores of 50-plus in the series; no England captain has achieved that before. England have four scores of 300-plus on the bounce. Australia have managed six and Sri Lanka five.

New Zealand scored mammoth total of 349-7 in 50 overs with top scorer by Kane Williamson 90 off 70-balls who fell ten-run short of his century including 12-fours and a six.

Grant Elliott scored 55 not out off 52-balls included four-fours and three-sixes, Martin Guptill struck 53 off 66-balls with 8-fours and a six, Mitchell Santner 44, Ross Taylor 42 and Brendon McCullum 35.

England best bowler by Ben Stokes, David Willey each picked up two-wickets, Mark Wood, Steven Finn and Adil Rashid each took one wickets.

England chased 350-3 in 44 overs with top scorer by Eoin Morgan 113 who scored 71-ball century - which was his 8th ODI hundred, Joe Root scored unbeaten 106 off 97-balls - who struck his 6th ODI hundred including 13-fours, Alex Hales scored 67 off 38-balls included 7-fours and 4-sixes and Jason Roy scored 38.

New Zealand best bowler by Matt Henry picked up two-wickets for 77-runs from 10-overs and one for Tim Southee.

Eoin Morgan named Player of the match for his match-winning 113-runs knock off facing 87-balls including 12-fours and 5-sixes with strike rate of 137.80.



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