England vs New Zealand

England vs New Zealand, England’s ‘knock out’ punch for the second time

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New Zealand has won the T20 World Cup (T20 World Cup Semi-Final) semi-finals with a thrilling victory over England

England vs New Zealand was followed by a new wake-up to the bitter memories of England’s 2016 World Cup

New Zealand has won the T20 World Cup (T20 World Cup Semi-Final) semi-finals with a thrilling victory over England

(England vs New Zealand). Chasing England’s 167-run challenge, New Zealand had a poor start. New Zealand lost the wickets of

Martin Guptill (Martin Guptill) and Ken Williamson (Kane Williamson) for 13, but Darrell Mitchell (Darell Mitchell) and Devon Conway

(Devon Conway) recovered New Zealand’s innings. The duo had a partnership of 82 runs, but Buttler stumped Conway for 46 on

the bowling of Lime Livingstone. England seemed to be making a comeback in the match after taking Conway’s wicket, but James

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Chris Jordan (Chris Jordan) came in to bowl 17th over when New Zealand needed 57 runs to win in the last 4 overs. Jordan had

given up just 10 runs in the first 2 overs, but his same over turned the picture of the match. Jordan’s over came in for a whopping

23 runs. Neesham (James Neesham) hit two sixes and a four in the over, along with one run-off two runs and one off the last ball

Jordan gave away two wide scoring runs and two leg-byes to a ball in the over

Soon after, Adil Rashid (Adil Rashid) hit the second ball in the next over with a six and took a single to give Mitchell a strike.

Mitchell completed his fifty with a six off the next ball. Adil Rashid’s over took 14 runs. James Neesham was dismissed for 27 off 11

balls at a strike rate of 245.45, including 3 sixes and a four. While Darrell Mitchell remained unbeaten on 72 off 47 balls. Mitchell

hit 4 fours and 4 sixes

2016 World Cup Memory

England’s Chris Jordan’s bowling once again awakened England’s memories of the 2016 T20 World Cup. Chris Jordan became a

villain for England this year, while Ben Stokes was a villain in the final against the West Indies. Ben Stokes came in to bowl when

the West Indies needed 19 runs to win the final over of the 2016 World Cup final. Carlos Brathwaite, who was on the strike, then hit

Stokes 4 balls 4 sixes in a big while making the West Indies champions for the second time

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