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England win their first-ever World Cup after beating New Zealand in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 final

England win their first-ever World Cup after beating New Zealand in thrilling super over . England team made history in Cricket History by defeating Kiwi’s team in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 final to grab the title first time in history.

NZ won the toss and elected to Bat First , by playing first Kiwi’s Team scored 241/8 in 50.0 Overs . The Nicholls and Latham topped in innings by scoring 55(77) and 47(56) respectively. On the NZ bowling side Woakes and Plunkett  3-37 and 3-42 respectively.

The England team in 2nd innings got fell under pressure and their four batsmen got out 86 Runs , then Stokes and Buttler took the partnership of 112 Runs on 132 Balls . Their partnership broken by Ferguson when he out Buttler in 45th over.  The Stokes took completely responsibility and took his team to the 241-10 in 50.0 Overs.

The Match got tied and England played 1st in Super over and scored 15 Runs in 1.0 over and NZ again scored 15 Runs in 1.0 over , but as per Rules of Super Over , England declared as Final Winner of #CWC19.

As we go through , CWC history in 2015 , Australia defeated NZ in 2015 Final to win the title , this shows hard luck for NZ team .

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Final Records : 
1- The England team scored 397/6 in 50.0 overs against Afghanistan in Manchester on 18 June 2019.
2- The Mitchell Starc (Aus) got 27 Wickets in 10 Matches.
3- RG Sharma (IND) scored 648 Runs in 9 Matches.

 

At the End , We congratulate England Team on this marvelous victory , they really deserve this title , Thanks

 

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 final

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Event
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Final
Location
Lords , London,
Description
The ICC Cricket World Cup Final played between New Zealand and England teams and England defeated NZ in a thrilling super over.
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