England vs New Zealand 2nd ODI 1990 Highlights

Watch the highlights of England vs New Zealand 2nd ODI 1990 - New Zealand tour of England (Texaco Trophy) 2-match one-day international series of the 2nd ODI match played between New Zealand and England at The Oval,  in 25th May 1990.

An impressive economical bowling figures by Debutant Devon Malcolm and A Inspiring captain's innings from Graham Gooch's record-breaking eighth century steers to England convincing six-wicket victory over New Zealand and clinch the two-match series on faster scoring-rate in the second & final ODI.

Match Stats : 
  • Mark Greatbatch became the first New Zealand batsman to scored two centuries against England in One-day internationals.
  • Mark Greatbatch became the first New Zealand batsman to scored two centuries in ODIs after Glenn Turner (3) and Martin Crowe (2).
  • Graham Gooch became the ninth England batsman to score a century against New Zealand in ODIs.
  • Graham Gooch became the first England batsman to scored eighth centuries in ODI cricket history, beating David Gower's record of 7-hundreds.
  • 8 : Graham Gooch hit the fourth most centuries hit in ODIs after Desmond Haynes (16), Gordon Greenidge (11) and Viv Richards (11).
  • Devon Malcolm earned 5 maidens on his debut ODI match - The most maidens earned by an England bowler on debut ODI match and overall the second most maidens earned by an player on debut ODI match after Andy Roberts' five maidens against Sri Lanka at Manchester in the inaugural 1975 World Cup.

England won the Texaco Trophy on a Overall rate in their two matches with New Zealand, Inspiring captain's innings of 112 not out by Graham Gooch and Debutant Devon Malcolm's 2 for 19 in 5 overs including five maidens on his debut ODI match.

* Injuries to key New Zealand players helped turn the game in England's favour by the margin of six wickets after their surprise four-wicket defeat at Headingley.

* Ken Rutherford spent most of the time watching the game on television in Hospital after being hit over the left eye by a ball from Chris Lewis.

* Chris Lewis also broke a bone in Richard Hadlee's bowling hand. He, too, went to Hospital and, between bowling spells, was in the pavilion receiving  pain-killing treatment.

New Zealand scored 212-6 in the allotted 55 overs with top scorer by Mark Greatbatch struck 111 off 130-balls - which was his 2nd ODI hundred and also his second century against England in ODIs - including 10-fours & a six.

Ian Smith hammered a unbeaten 25 off 17-balls including 2-fours & a six with strike rate of 147.05, Mark Priest scored 24 off consuming 51-balls without a boundary, John Wright and Andrew Jones each scored 15-runs.

England best bowler by Debutant Devon Malcolm - who took 2-wickets on his debut ODI match, Phil DeFreitas, Chris Lewis and Gladstone Small each took one-wickets.

England chased 213-4 in 49.3 overs with top scorer by Graham Gooch hit a unbeaten 112 off 152-balls - which was his 8th ODI hundred and his first century against New Zealand in ODIs - including 15-fours.

Jack Russell cracked a unbeaten 47 off 71-balls including 5-fours and Alec Stewart scored 28 off 57-balls included three-fours.

Devon Malcolm named Player of the match for his impressive economical bowling performance to took 2-wickets for 19-runs in 11-overs including five maidens.



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