Published: Mon, July 15, 2019
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Ben Stokes stars in dramatic finale against New Zealand

Ben Stokes stars in dramatic finale against New Zealand

England have won their maiden Cricket World Cup in dramatic style, beating New Zealand by boundary countback after both the super over and 50-over game were tied. He spoke to the host broadcaster STAR in the end, conceding it was a bitter pill to swallow, the loss to England on boundary count after 100 overs and two Super Overs had ended with nothing to separate the two teams. As soon as he opened the mark against England in the ongoing final match, Williamson broke the record to become the new leading run-scorer among team captains in any single edition of the prestigious tournament. Ben Stokes produced a masterclass to anchor and drive England's run chase, whereas Colin de Grandhomme, Henry Nicholls, Trent Boult, and the New Zealand team were very unlucky to lose.

Both teams had just six deliveries to score has many runs as possible, with the victor taking the trophy.

While England celebrated, it was another heart-breaking loss for New Zealand, who also finished as runners-up in the previous World Cup in 2015 after losing to Australia in the final.

Henry Nicholls made 55 and Tom Latham 47 without ever really looking comfortable but the score began to look challenging as England slumped to 86-4 before Stokes and Buttler put on 110 to set up the awesome finale. "I hope that we keep putting out best foot forward for the final that is coming up", Stead said during the pre-match press conference here on Friday.

The New Zealand bowling attack was up to the challenge.

I gave them little chance when.

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"I'm pretty lost for words", the match-winner said.

"We want to reflect on the good things we did in this match and the things we want to improve on". It's hard to sum it up, what a day, what a tournament.

"To see them at the end when the pressure was on, it was nearly written in the stars for Ben".

Eoin Morgan´s side was fuelled by three wickets each from Liam Plunkett and Chris Woakes. "I couldn't be more proud, pleased for him in particular".

Skipper Kane Williamson could barely hide his glee as Matt Henry and Trent Boult tore through India's top order, reducing them to 24 for four at the end of the tenth over.

Speaking about recording the broadcasts, Agnew, who played for England in the 1980s, said it had been "great fun spending time in the control room".

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