New Zealand moves to final of the WC T20
England performed well throughout the Super Twelve. Its performance in Group One excels in the semi-finals. But in the last four fights, Captain Eoin Morgan's team lost. Farewell to the T20I World Cup.
New Zealand beat England by 5 wickets to reach the final of the T20I World Cup for the first time. The thrilling victory of the black caps comes with that in hand.
The start of New Zealand's batting was bad. Martin Guptill and Ken Williamson lost their wickets for 13 runs. In the sky of the Kiwis there was then batting disaster.
Another opener, Daryl Mitchell, took the helm of the batting line-up at the right time to overcome the danger of the team. Accompany him to Devon Conway. After settling down at the crease, the two of them overcame the batting disaster of the team.
Fifty could not snatch Conway even after fighting with the bat. He returned to the dressing room with 46 runs. He smashed an innings of 38 balls with 5 boundaries and one six. By then New Zealand reached 95 runs.
Daryl Mitchell, the match-winner, fought with the bat even though he was without Conway. He left the field only after taking the team to the final. Mitchell played 47 balls with 4 boundaries and 4 sixes in an unbeaten 72 * run innings.
And 27 runs came from the bat of James Nisham. Black Caps camp lost 5 wickets in 19 overs and reached the target of 167 runs.
Chris Wokes and Liam Livingstone took two wickets each for England. A wicket goes to Adil Rashid's pocket.
Two openers, Joss Butler and Johnny Bairstow, got off to a good start by batting first. However, the two could not last long at the crease. The team broke their opening partnership by 37 runs.
Johnny Bairstow returned to the dressing room with a personal 13 runs. Later, however, Joss Butler tried to settle on the wicket. However, he could not play any big innings. Josh Butler was out for 29 in Ish Sodhi's LBW trap. England's score (53) then exceeded fifty.
David Malan and Moin Ali put on 63 runs for the third wicket. Malan was deprived of fifty. He played 4 boundaries and one six off 30 balls in a very effective innings of 41 runs.
Moin Ali took the batting storm by blocking one end of the crease. Although Malan missed the half-century, Moin Ali picked up the fifth 50. Moin played an innings of unbeaten 51 * off 37 balls with three boundaries and two sixes. And 17 runs came from Liam Livingstone's bat.
England lost 4 wickets in 20 overs and averaged 166 runs.
James Neesham, Ish Sodhi, Adam Milne and Tim Southee took one wicket each for New Zealand.
Earlier, New Zealand won the toss and elected to field at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi.