One year of the ICC World Cup 2019 finals

One year of the ICC World Cup 2019 finals
One year of the ICC World Cup 2019 finals

The finals of the most thrilling matches in the history of the World Cup, ICC World Cup 2019, has completed its one year. Eoin Morgan’s leading home-sided England defeated the Kane Williamson’s New Zealand. The match is known to have the thrills as it ends after the super over tied either.

After putting an average target of 242, it looked hard for New Zealand to win but the bowlers got dominated over the home-siders as the score tied and players fell short apart.

One year of the ICC World Cup 2019 finals

NZ’s batsmen didn’t do a big deal as Henry Nicholls crossed the margin of 50 and the rest of them remained beyond it.

However, the super over was to decide the fate of the event but Archer got some brilliant tactics as he grabbed Guptill falling short when two runs were needed of the last ball. The super over tied there and the highest number of boundaries adding of the main match and super over chose England as the World Champions.

The eve might have been saddening for Williamson’s Kiwis as they did their well. The bowler played their part in the main match but it was the game of luck.

A few believe that the trophy might have been shared between both, England and New Zealand as NZ played like the real winners and were just a step behind from the victory.

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