Watch Final: England v New Zealand at Lord’s, July 14, 2019 Live Streaming ICC Cricket World Cup

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New Zealand 241/8
(50.0 Overs) RR: 4.82

England 241/10
(50.0 Overs) 4.82
Match tied
Ben Stokes (lhb) *849885.71
Jos Buttler (rhb)596098.33
James Neesham (rmf)7.004336.14
Lockie Ferguson (rmf)10.005035.00
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End of Over No.50 England 241/10 Last Over (14 runs)

7.07pm Thanks, Deiva. So… the Super Over. England will bat first. The teams have only two wickets each. And what happens if we get another tie now? the team that has hit more boundaries in their innings and the Super Over will win.

Who will New Zealand nominate as their bowler? Boult? Right after he’s finished the most draining of final overs? Lockie Ferguson, with his changes of pace? The New Zealand players are gathered in a circle, and all kinds of deliberations must be going on. They look pretty calm, though.

England have nominated Stokes and Buttler as their two openers. It’s Trent Boult to bowl. Neither of these three players deserves to be on the losing team. Neither team deserves to be the losing team. But we must have a winner. A World Cup winner. Here we go.

7.03pm CRAZY SCENES at Lord’s. We will have a Super Over shootout to decide the winner. Karthik Krishnaswamy is back to close it out for good

49.61 Boult to Stokes Holy Moly! It’s a freaking tie. We’re not done yet. We will have a Super Over to decide the winner of the 2019 World Cup. This is a full-toss on middle, Boult searches for the yorker, but can’t get it right, hacked down to long-on. The fielder hares in, gathers the ball. Stokes tears back for the second, Wood dishes out a desperate full-length dive, but the throw is to the bowler’s end and Wood is caught metres short 1 run, OUT
MA Wood run out 0 (3m 0b 0x4 0x6) SR: –

Okay, it’s down to 2 off 1 ball. Breathe

49.51 Boult to Stokes middle-stump yorker, Stokes backs away outside leg and stabs it down to long-off. Santner hunts down the ball at long-off and throws it to Boult, who takes the bails off in ice-cool fashion. Stokes had to go for the second, he had to be on strike, but Rashid is caught short by a long way. Gone for a duck without facing a ball 1 run, OUT
AU Rashid run out 0 (7m 0b 0x4 0x6) SR: –

England need 3 off 2 balls. Williamson chats with Boult, he is slowing things down

49.46 Boult to Stokes It’s all happening at Lord’s. Full-toss on middle, smeared away to deep midwicket. Guptill attacks the ball and sets himself up for a direct hit. It might have well been a direct hit had Stokes not inadvertently deflected it away with his outstretched bat, diving forward to save himself from being run-out. The deflection ensures the ball tickles away to the boundary. It’s six runs in the end. Wouldya believe it? It’s ridiculous 6 runs
49.36 Boult to Stokes Whacked over midwicket. Lord’s raises itself to a massive roar. Boult ditches the yorker. Slower ball, full and outside off, in the slot. Stokes drops down to one knee and smokes a slog-sweep over midwicket SIX
49.20 Boult to Stokes mighty full and outside off, not quite a perfect yorker, jabbed more or less straight to Williamson at extra-cover no run
49.10 Boult to Stokes yorker just outside off, jabbed to the left of extra-cover. Stokes keeps the strike as Williamson swoops down on the ball no run

Right, it’s down to England needing 15 off the last over

End of Over No.49 England 227/8 Last Over (9 runs)

48.6W Neesham to Archer Archer bags a first-ball duck in the final. Pressure can make you do strange things. Another legcutter variation, full on middle, Archer does not spot it. He swings for the hills, deflects this slower ball off the pad onto the stumps OUT
JC Archer b Neesham 0 (5m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00
48.51 Neesham to Stokes back of a length on middle stump, punched down to long-on. Just a single for Stokes 1 run
48.46 Neesham to Stokes Is that six? Yes it is! Crazy scenes at Lord’s. Boult nearly pulls off a hokey-pokey catch at the edge of the midwicket boundary. He catches the ball near the boundary, but well the momentum takes his over the ad boards. His foot is on the ad board as he relays the ball to Guptill. Fine margins. It could have been a match-winning catch. Instead, it’s a six. Stokes manufactures some swinging room, full on the stumps, Stokes belts it in the air… SIX

England need 22 off nine balls. Here comes Jofra Archer

48.3W Neesham to Plunkett Legcutter from Neesham, 114ks, Plunkett aims to launch it over long-off. Nope, he can’t clear Boult at the boundary. This was full and outside off, Plunkett got underneath it and swung it in the air… but was done in by the lack of pace OUT
LE Plunkett c Boult b Neesham 10 (13m 10b 1×4 0x6) SR: 100.00
48.21 Neesham to Stokes inch-perfect leg-stump yorker, floors Stokes, clipped to deep square leg. Neesham gets Stokes off the strike 1 run

Round the wicket

48.11 Neesham to Plunkett slower legcutter, finishes on leg stump, hauled away to the left of deep midwicket. Nicholls moves swiftly to his left and gathers the ball in the outfield 1 run

England need 24 from 12. Plunkett on strike. Williamson #Unleash(es)theNeesh. Try to breathe if you can…

End of Over No.48 England 218/6 Last Over (10 runs)

47.61 Boult to Plunkett middle-stump yorker from Boult, squeezed down to long-on. Santner in the thick of the action once again. He hunts down the ball and keeps it to one 1 run
47.52 Boult to Plunkett full-toss on leg stump, Plunkett pumps it in the air, but it does not carry to Santner at long-on. He tears across to his left and collects the ball 2 runs
47.40 Boult to Plunkett short and angling across off stump, Plunkett aims to bosh it over the leg side. He can’t touch it and that’s a dot no run
47.32 Boult to Plunkett length ball on middle, clubbed away to the right of long-on. Santner swoops to his right and collects the ball. He made a similar superb stop at the edge of the boundary against India. NZ are switched on under pressure. Stokes stands between them and WC glory 2 runs
47.21 Boult to Stokes near-yorker on leg stump, squeezed away behind square. Henry hunts down the ball at long leg 1 run
47.14 Boult to Stokes muscled away between deep midwicket and deep square leg. Boult searches for a yorker, but misses his length marginally. Stokes gets under it and launches it over the boundary like a boss FOUR

WATCHSubstitute Southee takes superb catch to dismiss Buttler (Australia, UK and SEA only). Here is Boult from over the wicket

End of Over No.47 England 208/6 Last Over (5 runs)

46.60 Ferguson to Plunkett Ferguson finishes his spell with another magical slower ball outside off, Plunkett does not spot it. He swings waaaaay too early, loses his shape, and watches the ball float to Latham no run

Midwicket whisked to the deep now

46.54 Ferguson to Plunkett back of a length and angling into middle, Plunkett sizes it up and slugs it over midwicket. He absolutely middled that, Plunkett FOUR
46.40 Ferguson to Plunkett another slower ball on middle, picked away straight to midwicket no run
46.30 Ferguson to Plunkett delightful offcutter from Ferguson, 122ks, grips and sneaks in, beating the inside edge no run
46.21 Ferguson to Stokes short and angling across off, spliced to Williamson at the edge of the circle at mid-off 1 run
46.1W Ferguson to Woakes Two in two for Ferguson! Is this the game? Banged in short on off stump, rushes Woakes for pace, and draws a top-edge as the batsman sets up for a hook. The ball drops from the London skies, a nervous Latham makes a fairly simple catch looks difficult. He keeps his eyes on the ball and clings onto it in the end OUT
CR Woakes c †Latham b Ferguson 2 (8m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 50.00

End of Over No.46 England 203/5 Last Over (7 runs)

45.64 Neesham to Stokes pretty full and slanting in at off stump, Stokes brings his bottom hand into play and shovels it away to the right of deep midwicket. Almost looked like the left-hander’s version of Dhoni’s helicopter. Muscled away FOUR
45.51 Neesham to Woakes slower ball outside off, Woakes stays leg-side of the ball and slices it down to deep third man 1 run

Vijay : “Come on Kiwis. You can KANE ”

45.41 Neesham to Stokes slower and wide outside off – wider than a set of stumps outside off – slashed away to sweeper cover 1 run
45.30 Neesham to Stokes back of a length and angling in to catch the pad. Stokes has an almighty leg-side mow, loses his shape and does not make contact. Off the pad and wanders away towards point no run
45.21 Neesham to Woakes slower ball, full on middle, Woakes can’t quite get underneath it. Hit straight of long-on 1 run
45.10 Neesham to Woakes good length and angling in at off stump, gently dabbed to point no run

What is it?

ICC Cricket World Cup, Final: England v New Zealand at Lord’s, Jul 14, 2019.

When is it?

Match will be played on Jul 14, 2019.

What time does it start?

Starting time of match 2019-07-14 09:30:00 GMT, 2019-07-14 10:30:00 local

In Which Ground is it Playing?

The match will be played at Lord’s, London

Who will Win Final: England v New Zealand ?

With ten nearly equally matched groups, the importance of every game can’t be understated in this tournament. Both sides are expected to emerge out packaged full-strength against each other in what claims to be a cracker of a competition. Contemplating that the 2 sides on newspaper,New Zealand are somewhat more power-packed unit whereas England possess the benefit of being a steady side. For this and another above-mentioned motives, we believe the New Zealand are far more likely to emerge victorious in what will be among the most crucial experiences for either side.

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Score Cards

  • BA Stokes 84*
    v BowlerDot46RBSR
    TA Boult3122313176.92
    MJ Henry400101190.90
    C de Grandhomme191072330.43
    LH Ferguson810121770.58
    JDS Neesham12212725108.00
    MJ Santner4005955.55
  • BattingRB46
    JJ Roycaught wk172030
    JM Bairstowbowled365570
    JE Rootcaught wk73000
    EJG Morgancaught92200
    BA Stokesnot out849852
    JC Buttlercaught596060
    CR Woakescaught wk2400
    LE Plunkettcaught101010
    JC Archerbowled0100
    AU Rashidrun out0000
    MA Woodrun out0000
    Extras(b 2, lb 3, w 12)17
    Total(all out; 50 ovs)241
  • BowlingOMRWEcon
    TA Boult1006706.70(2w)
    MJ Henry1024014.00
    C de Grandhomme1022512.50(1w)
    LH Ferguson1005035.00(3w)
    JDS Neesham704336.14(1w)
    MJ Santner301103.66(1w)
  • Partnerships
    1st28JJ Roy 17JM Bairstow 10
    2nd31JE Root 7JM Bairstow 22
    3rd12JM Bairstow 4EJG Morgan 7
    4th15EJG Morgan 2BA Stokes 5
    5th110JC Buttler 59BA Stokes 46
    6th7CR Woakes 2BA Stokes 5
    7th17LE Plunkett 10BA Stokes 7
    8th7JC Archer 0BA Stokes 7
    9th13AU Rashid 0BA Stokes 13
    10th1MA Wood 0BA Stokes 1
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