Watch Eng v NZ highlights today ICC Champions Trophy 6th ODI Match, Group A – from Sophia Gardens, Cardiff (England) Tuesday 6th June 2017. In the very first match of ICC Champions Trophy 2017, England performed so good against Bangladesh. In that match, England batted second and chased 306 runs target with 8 wickets and 16 balls remaining. JJ Roy scored only single and gone, AD Hales tried his best with scoring 95 runs off 86 deliveries and out. He smashed eleven 4s and two sixes in his innings, when his wicket dismissed then it was 27.6 and he’s gone! No century. He can’t restrain himself. Brings out the slog sweep, comes from a little low down on the bat, deep midwicket judges it well 165/2.
Captain of the team EJG Morgan smashed 75 runs off 61 balls not out, But he was JE Root who blasted his innings and smashed every Bangladeshi bowler all around the park and scored 133 off 129 balls with the help off eleven 4s and a maximum and goes not out.LE Plunkett took four wickets in that match, JT Ball and BA Stokes these two took two wickets. Another side New Zealand already struggling with their batting line, they scored 291 runs against Australia by batting first. MJ Guptill scored 26, L Ronchi† 65, KS Williamson* 100, LRPL Taylor 46. New Zealand bowlers are in good form because they took three Australian wickets in nine overs and leaked 53 runs.
Toss: New Zealand won the toss and elected to field.
JJ Roy, AD Hales, JE Root, EJG Morgan*, BA Stokes, JC Buttler†, MM Ali, AU Rashid, LE Plunkett, MA Wood, JT Ball.
New Zealand team
MJ Guptill, L Ronchi†, KS Williamson*, LRPL Taylor, NT Broom, JDS Neesham, CJ Anderson, MJ Santner, AF Milne, TG Southee, TA Boult.
Match Timings: 10:30 local (09:30 GMT)
ICC Champions Trophy, 6th Match, Group A Highlights
ICC Champions Trophy – 6th Match, Group A
ODI no. 3880 | 2017 season
Played at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
06 June 2017 (50-over match)
Umpires – BNJ Oxenford (Australia) and PR Reiffel (Australia)
TV umpire – RJ Tucker (Australia)
Match referee – AJ Pycroft (Zimbabwe)
Reserve umpire – Aleem Dar (Pakistan)
England 310 49.3 overs
New Zealand 223 44.3 overs
England won by 87 runs