England Clinch Another Super-Over Victory Against New Zealand; Deja vu For Netizens Who Witnessed 'Another World Cup Final'
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Another tied England vs New Zealand encounter, another super-over and another victory for the Englishmen. Well, this was the story of the fifth T20I of the series between these two teams. London was replicated in Auckland as the deciding clash of the series ended in a draw and the Eoin Morgan-led side bagged the match in the super-over. Just like the 2019 World Cup Final, England batted first in the one-eliminator and mustered 17 runs. In reply, the blackcaps could manage only eight on the scoreboard and the visitors won the match and clinched the five-match series 3-2. The netizens were left awestruck by this bizarre repentance and #NZvsENG became the top trend. New Zealand Vs England, Highlights And Cricket Score 5th T20I Match.

Courtesy the rain, the match was shortened and became an 11-over encounter. Batting first, Martin Guptill and Colin Munro gave their side a great start as New Zealand piled up 146 runs in the first innings. The score seemed massive but was in front of the might English batting line-up. Jonny Bairstow scored 47 off mere 18 deliveries while other batsman chipped in with small but effective cameos as England managed to level the scores. Later in the Super-over, England held their nerves and clinched the match. Twitter went berserk after this splendid encounter as the cricket fans couldn’t believe what they witnessed again.

Interesting Fact!!

Morgan Getting Praises!!

Cricket Won At Last!!

Good Idea!!

No Controversies This Time!!

Ahead of the match, the five-clash affair was perfectly poised at 2-2. The fans were expecting another nail-biting clash in the decider but another Super-over was beyond assumption. With this victory, England have added salt to New Zealand's wounds and continued their dominance in white-ball cricket. With the ICC World T20 2020 being less than a year away, Eoin Morgan and Co look all prepared to add another trophy to their name. On the other, the Kiwis will look to get better of their opposition in the showpiece tournament.