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Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Ross Taylor 119* - England vs New Zealand 2nd ODI 2015 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Ross Taylor 119* - England vs New Zealand 2nd ODI 2015


Watch the highlights of Ross Taylor 119* - England vs New Zealand 2nd ODI 2015 - New Zealand tour of England 5-match one-day international series of the 2nd ODI match played between New Zealand and England at The Oval in 12th June 2015.

Tim Southee and Trent Boult combined to complete a remarkable catch of the boundary after Ross Taylor masterclass century helped to New Zealand DLS method 13-runs victory over England and level the series in the epic game at Kennington Oval.

* 398-5 : This was New Zealand's second-highest total in ODI cricket after their 402 for 2 against Ireland in 2008.

* 764 : Never have more runs been scored in an ODI in England and only twice, in the 3,655 game history of ODIs.

* 764 : Highest match aggregates game in England in ODI's and overall third highest aggregate match in the One-day international cricket history.

New Zealand scored 398-5 in 50 overs with top scorer by Ross Taylor 119 not out - who struck his 13th ODI hundred, Kane Williamson 93 who fell seven-run short of his century including 12-fours and a six, Martin Guptill scored a delightful 50 off 54 deliveries included 6-fours and a six, Brendon McCullum scored 39, Luke Ronchi 33 and Grant Elliott 32.

England best bowler by Ben Stokes picked up two-wickets for 66-runs from 9 overs, Steven Finn, Liam Plunkett and Chris Jordan each took one wickets.

England scored 365-9 in 46 overs - due to rain overs reduced to 46 overs to needed target of 379 with top scorer by Eoin Morgan scored rapid 88 off 47-balls including 6-fours and 6-sixes with strike rate of 187.23, Alex Hales 54 off 49-balls included six-fours and three-sixes, Liam Plunkett 44, Jos Buttler 41, Jason Roy 39 and Adil Rashid 34.

New Zealand best bowler by Nathan McCullum picked up 3-wickets for 86-runs from 8-overs, Trent Boult, Mitchell McClenaghan and Mitchell Santner each took 2-wickets.

Ross Taylor named Player of the match for his spectacular batting display of scoring unbeaten 119-runs off 96-balls including 10-fours and 4-sixes.