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New Zealand vs England 9th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - New Zealand vs England 9th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2015


Watch the highlights of New Zealand vs England 9th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 - ICC Cricket World Cup tournament of the 9th ODI match played between England and New Zealand at Westpac Stadium, Wellington in 20th February 2015.

New Zealand vs England 9th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Highlights

Tim Southee's record-breaking 7-wicket haul before Brendon McCullum's World Cup record 18-ball fastest fifty steers to New Zealand comfortable eight-wicket victory over England in a one-sided game of the ninth match of a World Cup.

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* Tim Southee's 7 for 33 was the best bowling figures for New Zealand in One-day international cricket history, surpassing the previous record of 6 for 19 held by Shane Bond against India at Bulawayo in 2005, It is the sixth best bowling figures in ODIs and the third best in World Cups.

* Tim Southee's 7 for 33 was the second best bowling figures by a bowler against England in One-day international after Australia's Andy Bichel's 7 for 20.

* Brendon McCullum hammered a 18-ball fastest fifty in World Cup history, surpassing the his own record of 20-ball half-century against Canada at Gros Islet in the 2007 World Cup.

* 7 : Brendon McCullum equalled a joint most sixes hit by an New Zealand batsman in an innings in World Cup, jointly with 7-sixes hit by Ross Taylor against Pakistan at Pallekele in the 2011 World Cup and the joint fifth in the list of most sixes in an innings in World Cups.

* New Zealand's 226-balls spare was their third largest victory by terms of runs in One-day internationals.

* England's 123 was their fourth lowest score against New Zealand in One-day international and their third worst total in World Cups.

* 105 : Martin Guptill and Brendon McCullum set up the fifth highest first-wicket partnership for New Zealand against England in One-day international and also the New Zealand's fifth highest opening stand in World Cups.

England scored 123 for all-out in 33.2 overs with top scorer by Joe Root struck 46 off 70-balls including 3-fours, Moeen Ali scored 20 and Eoin Morgan 17.

New Zealand best bowler by Tim Southee 7-33, Daniel Vettori, Adam Milne and Trent Boult each took one-wickets.

New Zealand chased 125-2 in 12.2 overs with top scorer by Brendon McCullum hammered a 75 off 25-balls including 8-fours & 7-sixes with strike rate of 308 and Martin Guptill 22.

England best bowler by Chris Woakes took 2-wickets for 8-runs in 3-overs.

Tim Southee named Player of the match for his pace bowling attack to claimed a career-best 7-wicket haul for 33-runs in 9-overs.