Here is the complete detail of the last (2019) 50 over cricket world cup final detail. The kiwi team won the toss and their team captain KS Williamson decided to bat first. New Zealand scored 241 runs with the loss of eight wickets in 50 overs. The opener of the team MJ Guptill faced 18 balls and scored 19 runs. HM Nicholls scored 55 runs off 77 balls. The captain of the team KS Williamson scored 30 runs off 53 balls. LRPL Taylor has gone with scoring just 15 runs off 31 balls.
Toss: New Zealand won and elected to bat first.
England team: MJ Guptill, HM Nicholls, KS Williamson (c), LRPL Taylor, TWM Latham †, JDS Neesham, C de Grandhomme, MJ Santner, MJ Henry, TA Boult, LH Ferguson.
New Zealand team: JJ Roy, JM Bairstow, JE Root, EJG Morgan (c), BA Stokes, JC Buttler †, CR Woakes, LE Plunkett, JC Archer, AU Rashid, MA Wood.
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The New Zealand team batsmen were four down in 33.1 overs it was a very good achievement for the England bowlers. After four down TWM Latham † 47 runs off 57 balls gave New Zealand hope. CR Woakes, LE Plunkett both English bowlers took three wickets each. JC Archer and MA Wood two dismissed two New Zealand batsmen.
Now because of a comfortable total to achieve on the board the home team England team batsmen were very confident. But!! the New Zealand bowlers showed their bowling skills on that day. JJ Roy scored 17 runs, JM Bairstow 36, JE Root 7, EJG Morgan (c) 9, CR Woakes 2, LE Plunkett 10, JC Archer 0, AU Rashid 0, and MA Wood also gone with duck.
Post Match Presentation.
JC Buttler † and BA Stokes two were the heroes of this world cup 2019. JC Buttler † scored 59 runs off 60 balls. BA Stokes scored 84 runs off 98 deliveries and goes not out and match tied. England scored 15 runs in the Super Over and the New Zealand team also did get managed to score 15 runs. England ahead on the boundary count: 26 to 17.
Eoin Morgan: “There wasn’t a lot in that game, jeez. I’d like to commiserate with Kane. The fight, the spirit they showed. I thought it was a hard, hard game. This has been a four-year journey, we’ve developed a lot over those years, particularly the last two. To get over the line today means the world to us.
The guys in the middle keep us cool, the way they play, the experience. It’s calming at times. Not a lot between the teams. Just delighted we’re lifting the trophy today. As long as he wasn’t too cooked [sending Stokes back out for the Super Over]. Full credit to those two boys and Jofra. Every time he plays, he improves. The world is really at his feet at the moment.”
Kane Williamson is the Player of the Tournament. “Look, it certainly wasn’t just one extra run,” he says. “So many small parts in that match that could have gone either way as we saw. Congratulations to England on a fantastic campaign. It’s been challenging, the pitches have been a little different from what we expected.
Lots of talk of 300-plus scores, but we haven’t seen many of those. I’d like to thank the New Zealand team for the fight they showed to keep us in the tournament and get us this far. A tie in the final. So many parts to it. The players are shattered at the moment. Obviously, it’s devastating. They’ve performed at such a high level through the tournament.”
He continues, on the match: “We were weighing up the overheads versus the pitch, it was on the drier side. runs on the board, as it proved, was going to be challenging. We would have liked another 20, but in a World Cup final, we’ll take 240-250. Both sides showed a lot of heart, a lot of fight.
For it to go to the last ball, and the last ball of the next match, it was pretty hard. That [the Stokes deflection] was a bit of a shame, wasn’t it? You just hope it doesn’t happen in moments like that. You can nitpick, but perhaps it just wasn’t meant to be for us. It is perhaps tough to review the match and such small margins.”
Ben Stokes is the Player of the Match. He gets a handshake from Sachin Tendulkar, who’s part of the presentation party. “I’m pretty lost for words,” he says. “All the hard words that have gone in over these four years, this is where we aspired to be. To do it with such a game, I don’t think there will be another like this in the history of cricket. Jos and I knew if we’d be there close to the end, New Zealand would be under pressure.
Not the way I wanted to do it, the ball going off my bat like that, I apologized to Kane. We backed the new kid, Jofra Archer, the talent that he’s got, he showed the world today. The lads, in this one-day team, the Test team, my family, their support has been massive. Now I’m just looking forward to tonight, mate.”
Match Timings: 10.45 start, First Session 10.45-14.15 Interval 14.15-14.45, Second Session 14.45-18.15
Umpires – Kumar Dharmasena, Marais Erasmus
TV Umpires – Rod Tucker
Match Referee – Ranjan Madugalle
Reserve Umpire – Aleem Dar
Match number – ODI no. 4192