New Zealand Vs England , World Cup 2019 Final - Live Score, Full Scorecard, Commentary

15:00 PM Jul 14, 2019 ,Lord's, London
England
241 (50.0)
vs
New Zealand
241/8 (50.0)

Match Ended,New Zealand tied with England (England win Super Over by boundaries)

02
nd Innings England
BATTING
R
B
4s
6s
Jason Roy c Tom Latham b Matt Henry
17
20
3
0
Jonny Bairstow b Lockie Ferguson
36
55
7
0
Joe Root c Tom Latham b Colin de Grandhomme
7
30
0
0
Eoin Morgan c Lockie Ferguson b Jimmy Neesham
9
22
0
0
Ben Stokes not out
84
98
5
2
Jos Buttler c sub b Lockie Ferguson
59
60
6
0
Chris Woakes c Tom Latham b Lockie Ferguson
2
4
0
0
Liam Plunkett c Trent Boult b Jimmy Neesham
10
10
1
0
Jofra Archer b Jimmy Neesham
0
1
0
0
Adil Rashid run out (Mitchell Santner)
0
0
0
0
Mark Wood run out (Jimmy Neesham)
0
0
0
0
Fall of Wickets
1-28 (Jason Roy, 5.4 ov), 2-59 (Joe Root, 16.3 ov), 3-71 (Jonny Bairstow, 19.3 ov), 4-86 (Eoin Morgan, 23.1 ov), 5-196 (Jos Buttler, 44.5 ov), 6-203 (Chris Woakes, 46.1 ov), 7-220 (Liam Plunkett, 48.3 ov), 8-227 (Jofra Archer, 49 ov), 9-240 (Adil Rashid, 49.5 ov), 10-241 (Mark Wood, 50 ov)
BOWLING
O
M
R
W
Trent Boult
10
0
67
0
Matt Henry
10
2
40
1
Colin de Grandhomme
10
2
25
1
Lockie Ferguson
10
0
50
3
Jimmy Neesham
7
0
43
3
Mitchell Santner
3
0
11
0
01
st Innings New Zealand
BATTING
R
B
4s
6s
Martin Guptill lbw b Chris Woakes
19
18
2
1
Henry Nicholls b Liam Plunkett
55
77
4
0
Kane Williamson c Jos Buttler b Liam Plunkett
30
53
2
0
Ross Taylor lbw b Mark Wood
15
31
0
0
Tom Latham c sub b Chris Woakes
47
56
2
1
Jimmy Neesham c Joe Root b Liam Plunkett
19
25
3
0
Colin de Grandhomme c sub b Chris Woakes
16
28
0
0
Mitchell Santner not out
5
9
0
0
Matt Henry b Jofra Archer
4
2
1
0
Trent Boult not out
1
2
0
0
Lockie Ferguson
Fall of Wickets
1-29 (Martin Guptill, 6.2 ov), 2-103 (Kane Williamson, 22.4 ov), 3-118 (Henry Nicholls, 26.5 ov), 4-141 (Ross Taylor, 33.1 ov), 5-173 (Jimmy Neesham, 39 ov), 6-219 (Colin de Grandhomme, 46.5 ov), 7-232 (Tom Latham, 48.3 ov), 8-240 (Matt Henry, 49.3 ov)
BOWLING
O
M
R
W
Chris Woakes
9
0
37
3
Jofra Archer
10
0
42
1
Liam Plunkett
10
0
42
3
Mark Wood
10
1
49
1
Adil Rashid
8
0
39
0
Ben Stokes
3
0
20
0
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Cricket World Cup 2019 POINTS TABLE

Team
P
W
D
L
PTS
9
7
1
1
15
9
7
0
2
14
9
6
0
3
12
9
5
1
3
11
9
5
1
3
11
9
3
2
4
8
9
3
1
5
7
9
3
1
5
7
9
2
1
6
5
9
0
0
9
0

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