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Plunkett exposes England to the glory of the World Cup



London – Englandmainly due to Seiler's great effort Liam Plunkettwill have to score points 242 secure the first ever
Cricket World Cup the title of the Lord on Sunday.

It comes after New Zealand carded 241/8 in their 50 promotions in the final
it was tense.

BOX: England against New Zealand

The goal may not be too much of a test for this stellar English
the highest order, but the pressure on the scoreboard will be real, taking into account the circumstances
while conditions also work well for reflectors.

Each ball was encouraged by a packed London crowd at Home of Cricket,
with a small but loud Kiwi support that their common voice heard.

The highest order of all black hats begins, but no one can go on and write
the individual score that wins the match, because the English bowlers picked up the gates
key times.

Plunkett was the difference for the favorites, ending with numbers
3/42 (10)
despite the fact that in the first three years he left 0/19.

With a 15 minute delay due to the wet grid, the captain of New Zealand
Kane & Williams' decision about the first whip was something of a surprise.

The priority for the board was run by New Zealand
publish something meaningful, then send money to your classic fast bowling game
damage to win the game and their first ever World Cup.

It will never blink on a green gate and under a cloudy sky
It was easy to see and it was in the nerves
decision on the drop.

Martin Guptill survived a close call to catch Jerry Archer
while Henry Nicholls received LBW at 0 only for the decision
he fell over after sending him to the top for review.

Guptill (19 off 18) eventually left the LBW to Chris Woakes (3/37) in the seventh
end, wasting a review of New Zealand in the process of black caps falling
29/1.

It was a slow start, but Nicholls and Williamson fought fighting
It's hard for every run because New Zealand was looking for a base to attack
later.

Williamson, as was often the case at this tournament, began
slowly, but when the sun tried to break through, the couple began to tick
they raised their 50-speed partner off 76 balls.

When the black caps reached 100/1 in 21.3 takeovers, they were well positioned as Plunkett,
Mark Wood and Adiel Rashid found it difficult to build up pressure.

The greatest roaring of innings came soon, however, when Williamson
he dropped out for 30 (53) from Plunkett.

Judge Kumar Dharmasena gave Williamson "no" but Englishmen
they quickly sent a decision to review and when Ultra Edge showed softness
Nick on the big screen, Williamson was turned off when the Lord broke out.

Nicholls moved to his 10th ODI 50 with 71 balls in what was his biggest
so far the contribution of the tournament, but was thrown at 55 (77) by
the devastating supply of Plunkett, who passed back to the left person
air. Nicholls could have dragged, and at 118/3 and two new bats in
bend, New Zealand, returned to the square and wanted to rebuild.

Ross Taylor and Tom Latham came to balance with the players
and entering the last 20 rides, New Zealand was 126/3 (30).

Taylor's loss (15 off 31) was a serious blow to their chances.

When Williamson disappeared, the pressure dropped directly onto Taylor's shoulders,
but he got LBW from South African referee Marais Erasmus with bowling
Wood's brand.

Erasmus had a long, hard thought before his finger rose, but he repeated
showed that the ball actually floats over the tops of the trunks.

When Guptill wasted his review earlier, Taylor was left without
choosing, but leaving the fight.

New Zealand, in the competition, not being able to overtake, has survived
rejecting and looking to be making progress against Jimmy Neesham (19 off 25)
he tried to clear himself halfway, only to attack Plunkett in Joe Root.

This made 179/5 the final ten and a lot to do.

The 47-year-old Latham 56, before she came to Woakes, was an important contribution from New Zealand perspective, but Colin de Grandhomme fought to get on the road and was at 16 (28) when his party needed him to deliver something special.

New Zealand lacked this
they recognize this as an equal, but they set a goal that will not be an easy task for
English.

This is a really good game.

@LloydBurnard is in England and covers the World Cup World Cup 2019 for Sport24 …


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