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10:30  10 november  2019
10:30  10 november  2019 Source:   skysports.com

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England have won the Cricket World Cup for the first time after a thrilling victory over New Zealand at Lord’s in a match that had to be settled by a super over .

a baseball player wearing a red shirt: Chris Jordan and Eoin Morgan were heroes in England's Super Over © Getty Chris Jordan and Eoin Morgan were heroes in England's Super Over

England again beat New Zealand after a Super Over, following a barely believable conclusion to a rain-reduced T20I series decider in Auckland. 

Eoin Morgan's side edged the Black Caps in a Super Over in the World Cup final at Lord's in July, and followed suit at Eden Park on Sunday - albeit not on boundary countback - to take the series 3-2 after the sides had scored 146 runs apiece in a truncated 11-over-a-side game.

Morgan and Jonny Bairstow tonked one six apiece off Tim Southee in England's Super Over as the tourists totalled 17-0, before Chris Jordan conceded only eight runs in New Zealand's and dismissed Tim Seifert thanks to a superb tumbling catch from Morgan at cover.

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A Super Over , also called a one- over eliminator or officially a one over per side eliminator or Oopse, is a tie-breaking method used in limited- overs cricket matches, where both teams play a single

ENGLAND won another Super Over against New Zealand as history repeated itself with a remarkable twist of fate. The fifth and final Twenty20 It meant that an England team made up mainly of novices and youngsters won the series 3-2 - which is a fine start to Chris Silverwood’s reign as head coach.

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - NOVEMBER 10: Colin Munro of New Zealand  takes a shot during game five of the Twenty20 International series between New Zealand and England at Eden Park on November 10, 2019 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Fiona Goodall/Getty Images) © 2019 Getty Images AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - NOVEMBER 10: Colin Munro of New Zealand takes a shot during game five of the Twenty20 International series between New Zealand and England at Eden Park on November 10, 2019 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Fiona Goodall/Getty Images)

New Zealand were far more brutal once a shortened game finally got under way at 4pm local time, with Martin Guptill slamming a 19-ball fifty as the Black Caps cracked 83 from their first five overs after being inserted.

Adil Rashid - back into the side at the expense of fellow leg-spinner Matt Parkinson - had Guptill caught by Tom Banton at deep midwicket, while the also-restored Saqib Mahmood dismissed Colin de Grandhomee (6) in similar fashion.

Guptill's opening partner Colin Munro hit 46 from 21 deliveries, while Seifert (36 off 19) pounded Sam Curran for boundaries late on before being yorked by his brother Tom.

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England won the World Cup for the first time as they beat New Zealand in a dramatic Super Over after a nerve-shredding final ended in a tie at Lord's on Sunday.

England won the Cricket World Cup for the first time after New Zealand matched their 15 in a Super Over but lost on fewer boundaries scored in the match after an extraordinary England scored 14 in the last over but Mark Wood was run out seeking the second run that would have won it for the hosts.

England's Jonny Bairstow bats watched by New Zealands Tim Seifert (L) during the 5th Twenty20 cricket match between New Zealand and England at Eden Park in Auckland on November 10, 2019. (Photo by MICHAEL BRADLEY / AFP) (Photo by MICHAEL BRADLEY/AFP via Getty Images) England's Jonny Bairstow bats watched by New Zealands Tim Seifert (L) during the 5th Twenty20 cricket match between New Zealand and England at Eden Park in Auckland on November 10, 2019. (Photo by MICHAEL BRADLEY / AFP) (Photo by MICHAEL BRADLEY/AFP via Getty Images) The Black Caps' score of 146-5 looked challenging but chaseable on a small ground - despite England leaving out Dawid Malan, who had thumped their quickest-ever T20I ton, from 48 balls, in the previous game in Napier.

The tourists' hopes were dealt a couple of early blows with Banton (8) out lbw to Trent Boult - after his unsuccessful review had initially shown the wrong delivery being displayed by ball-tracking - and James Vince chipping Southee to mid-off.

Morgan (17 off 7) rallied England from 9-2, only to hole out off Boult after smashing the left-armer for three boundaries in as many balls.

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England won the World Cup for the first time as they beat New Zealand in a Super Over after a nerve-shredding final ended in a tie at Lord's on Sunday.

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Bairstow (47 off 18) and Sam Curran (24 off 11) - the latter promoted to No 5 in the order - then ran riot in a stand of 61 from just 24 balls, with Curran taking a Scott Kuggeleijn over for 20 and Bairstow taking the next, bowled by Ish Sodhi, for 22, as he mowed three straight sixes.

England's Sam Curran bowls during the 5th Twenty20 cricket match between New Zealand and England at Eden Park in Auckland on November 10, 2019. (Photo by MICHAEL BRADLEY / AFP) (Photo by MICHAEL BRADLEY/AFP via Getty Images) England's Sam Curran bowls during the 5th Twenty20 cricket match between New Zealand and England at Eden Park in Auckland on November 10, 2019. (Photo by MICHAEL BRADLEY / AFP) (Photo by MICHAEL BRADLEY/AFP via Getty Images) However, England's hopes appeared to be slipping away when Bairstow feathered Jimmy Neesham behind from the final ball of the seventh over, Curran was stumped by Seifert off Sodhi from the first ball of the eight, and Lewis Gregory then went six and out, as they tumbled from 100-3 to 107-4.

Sam Billings (11 not out) and Tom Curran (12) kept England in the hunt and took the equation down to 16 required from the final regulation over, bowled by Neesham.

New Zealand started the over well with England only taking three runs and seeing Curran dismissed across the first three balls, but Jordan then thumped a six over cover, picked up two into the leg side, and then whipped away a match-tying boundary.

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - NOVEMBER 10: Colin Munro of New Zealand watches the rain come down to delay the start of game five of the Twenty20 International series between New Zealand and England at Eden Park on November 10, 2019 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Fiona Goodall/Getty Images) © 2019 Getty Images AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - NOVEMBER 10: Colin Munro of New Zealand watches the rain come down to delay the start of game five of the Twenty20 International series between New Zealand and England at Eden Park on November 10, 2019 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Fiona Goodall/Getty Images) The 31-year-old then proved the hero with the ball - just as his great mate Jofra Archer had done in the World Cup final Super Over - as he recovered from bowling a wide and being hit for four by Seifert to have the batsman pouched by Morgan and then conceded just one run from the final two deliveries.

Morgan, of course, had done his part with the bat in the Super Over as his side edged the Black Caps in a series decider once again, having pipped them 3-2 in an ODI series on home soil in 2015 and in New Zealand in 2018.

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