England vs New Zealand

The England vs New Zealand final match will start at 3:00 pm IST while the toss is delayed by 15 minutes and it will take place at 2:45 pm IST. The match will be broadcast live on Star Sports 1 HD and Star Sports 1 with English Commentary, and on Star Sports Hindi HD with Hindi Commentary. You can also live stream Eng vs NZ cricket match on the Hotstar app and Hotstar website.

England’s cricketers wrote their names into the history books at Lord’s, winning their first World Cup title in a final that will go down as one of the most dramatic ever produced in team sport.

England vs New Zealand
Date: 13 July 2019 Match: Final Start time: 15:00
Venue: Lord’s, London
Umpires: Marais Erasmus / Handunnettige Dharmasena
Toss: New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat.
Match Tied (England win the one-over eliminator)
New Zealand Second Innings England Second Innings
15 for 1 (1.0 overs) 15 for 0 (1.0 overs)
New Zealand First Innings England First Innings
241 for 8 (50.0 overs) 239 for 8 (50.0 overs)

Score Board

New Zealand First Innings RunsMinsBalls4s6sSR
Guptilllbw Woakes19301821105.56
Nichollsb Plunkett55123774071.43
Williamson *c Buttler b Plunkett3077532056.6
Taylorlbw Wood1547310048.39
Latham †c sub b Woakes47104562183.93
Neeshamc Root b Plunkett1928253076
de Grandhommec sub b Woakes1638280057.14
Santnernot out51990055.56
Henryb Archer47210200
Boultnot out1320050
Ferguson       
Extras (1nb 17w 12lb 0b) Total 241 for 8 (50.0 overs)
BowlingOMRWEconnbw
Woakes903734.1114
Archer1004214.205
Plunkett1004234.200
Wood1014914.902
Rashid803904.8800
Stokes302006.6702
Fall of wickets Overs
29Guptill6.2
103Williamson22.4
118Nicholls26.5
141Taylor33.1
173Neesham38.6
219de Grandhomme46.5
232Latham48.3
240Henry49.3
England Innings Runs Mins Balls 4s 6s SR
Royc Latham b Henry1724203085
Bairstowb Ferguson3679557065.45
Rootc Latham b de Grandhomme740300023.33
Morgan *c Ferguson b Neesham934220040.91
Stokesnot out84147985285.71
Buttler †c sub b Ferguson5994606098.33
Woakesc Latham b Ferguson2840050
Plunkettc Boult b Neesham10131010100
Archerb Neesham051000
Rashidrun out (Santner)07000 
Woodrun out (Neesham)03000 
Extras (0nb 12w 3lb 2b) Total 241 all out (50.0 overs)
BowlingOMRWEconnbw
Boult1006706.702
Henry102401400
de Grandhomme1022512.501
Ferguson100503503
Neesham704336.1401
Santner301103.6701
Fall of wickets Overs
28Roy5.4
59Root16.3
71Bairstow19.3
86Morgan23.1
196Buttler44.5
203Woakes46.1
220Plunkett48.3
227Archer48.6
240Rashid49.5
241Wood49.6
New Zealand Second Innings RunsMinsBalls4s6sSR
Neeshamnot out136501260
Guptillrun out (Roy)17100100
Nicholls       
Williamson *       
Taylor       
Latham †       
de Grandhomme       
Santner       
Henry       
Boult       
Ferguson       
Extras (0nb 1w 0lb 0b) Total 15 for 1 (1.0 overs)
BowlingOMRWEconnbw
Archer101501501
Fall of wickets Overs
15Guptill0.6
England Second Innings RunsMinsBalls4s6sSR
        
Stokesnot out85310266.67
Buttler †not out75310233.33
Roy       
Bairstow       
Root       
Morgan *       
Woakes       
Plunkett       
Rashid       
Archer       
Wood       
Extras (0nb 0w 0lb 0b) Total 15 for 0 (1.0 overs)
BowlingOMRWEconnbw
Boult111501500

Post Match Presentation Speech

Eoin Morgan | World Cup-winning captain: There was a lot in that game, jeez. I’d like to commiserate Kane and his team. The fight that they show is worth aspiring to. The example that they lead is hugely commendable to him and his team. It was a very hard-fought game. It was a tough wicket where everyone found it tough to score. We lost a lot of wickets. Buttler and Stokes put together a partnership, and I thought that would take us deep, and it did. This has been a four-year journey. We have developed a lot over those years, especially the last two. We find it hard to play on wickets like that. To get over the line today means the world to us. I was being cooled down by Liam Plunkett, which isn’t a good sign – we were going up and down like a yo-yo. Some of the support staff and the players – not only the best in our team, but in the world, they really helped – quite calming at times. As long as he wasn’t too cooked, I asked Stokes to go for it. Full credit to the two boys who went out for the super over, given that they were there most recently. Archer just improves every time he goes out there. Really incredible – everyone in the change room today, and the ones who aren’t here and missed out on the squad – Willey, Billings. I’d like to mention them too.

The England players now collect their mementos.

Kane Williamson | Runners-up captain: We were thinking about the overhead conditions (the toss decision). The pitch was on the drier side. We thought runs on the board would be a good option – we would have liked 10-20 more. But in a World Cup final this was a competitive total. The bowlers really put the batsmen under pressure on a tough surface. Both the teams showed a lot of fight. It had to go down to the last ball, and then the last ball of the next little match, but a great match all round. Lot of positives for us as well. It was a shame that the ball hit Stokes’ bat, but I just hope it doesn’t happen in moments like that. Unfortunately that sort of thing happens from time to time. It’s a part of the game that we play. I don’t wish to nitpick, just hope it never happens in such moments ever again. They (Neesham and Guptill) both hit the ball very hard, the left-hand right-hand combination was useful in the Super Over, looking at the short boundary, but it’s unfair to critique a match fought with such small margins – especially the match that we saw today.

The New Zealand players are called onto the podium to collect their runners-up mementos.

Kane Williamson | Player of the tournament (578 runs): (receives the award from Sachin Tendulkar) It certainly wasn’t just one extra run. There were so many moments that could’ve gone either way, but congratulations to England – they’ve had an incredible campaign and they deserve it. It’s been challenging. The pitches have been different to what was expected. Not many 300+ totals as expected. The NZ side showed a great amount of heart to get us to this point, all leading to a tie in the final, but it just wasn’t meant to be today. We’re a well-balanced attack. The guys are shattered at the moment – it is devastating. They’ve performed at a very high level throughout the tournament. It’s pretty tough to swallow at this stage. But a fantastic effort from our guys.

Ben Stokes, Man of the Match: *Loud cheers!* Pretty good innit? I’m pretty lost for words. All the hardwork that’s gone on in these four years, and to execute with such a good game is unthinkable. Thanks to everyone for all the support. We just kept talking during the partnership with Jos, and the run-rate wasn’t getting away, and in the last over when the ball hit the bat and went for four – I apologized to Kane for that. I definitely wasn’t going to bowl the last over (laughs). It’s fantastic, the lads, the family, and the support, it’s just been incredible.

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