England v New Zealand Cricket: Champions Trophy Highlights


England v New Zealand

Highlights from the Champions Trophy group stage, where England and New Zealand are doing battle at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff.


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The trophy shared between India and Sri Lanka. West Indies courageous.

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2013 - India! Hello and welcome to Cardiff for England versuses New

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Zealand in the ICC Champions Trophy. It's the second round of games in

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Group A and a win for England will cement their place in the

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semi-finals having beaten Bangladesh in their first match. A no result

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against Australia, New Zealand know they need a win here to keep their

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hopes of progressing alive am with frustrated by the weather again

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yesterday, England sit on top of Group A. New Zealand are third with

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a point from that first washed out match. One change to the England

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team that replaced Bangladesh last Thursday. Adil Rashid returns to

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rereplace Chris Woakes who will miss the remainder of the tournament with

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a side train. Eoin Morgan confirmed that Ben Stokes is fit enough to

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bowl his full quota of ten overs. As expected, New Zealand are unchanged

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keeping fate with Neil Broom batting at five. Kane Williamson and Luke

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Ronchi will look to produce a formidable attacking play that they

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became Fay mouse for back in 2015. The weather has been much talked

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about over the last few days of this tournament. It's no different here

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in Cardiff with very windy and unsettled conditions forecast for

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the whole day. Eoin Morgan's poor record of winning toss conditioned.

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New Zealand chose to bowl first. Jason Roy and Alex Hales opening the

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batting for England. COMMENTATOR: First ball. There is a

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little bit of shape there. They want the appeal for lb. They feel it just

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flicked the pad on the way through. Driven nicely. He's off the mark,

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even with the swing. He went with the shape. He's not going to hold

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back. He's a little bit long there. A little bit long, a little bit

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wide. Don't bowl there to him. He likes it

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wide. Boundary for Roy, a boundary for Hales.

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Pulled away. Is it a maximum? It is. First of the day. That's the shorter

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boundary on that side. Hales has taken advantage of it. Loose ball

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from Boult. Was struggling with his rhythm at the crease. Come round the

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wicket. Feels he can tuck H app les up. It's too short. 11.00am today

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there will be a minute's silence all round the UK. After what happened on

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Saturday evening. Tragic events. The players know that. Everyone here

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knows that. Even if it's mid-over. That could just run away for four.

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It does, a couple of bounces. 31-0. Just going to see a replay of that

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boundary. Then after that, the umpires have informed the players

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that, after the tragic events of Saturday night, they and the country

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will pause for a moment's sigh lens. The terrible adros trolls 'tis on

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London on Saturday our thoughts are with those whos lost their lives,

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their family friends and everyone who has been affected. In tribute,

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please join us in a national moment of silence.

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Ladies and gentlemen, thank you. APPLAUSE

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COMMENTATOR: Good shot. To the off-side. Almost like he was going

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to target the leg-side. Down the ground. Yeah. You're right. He was

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looking leg-side here and mid-wicket. You can see how far

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across his stumps he went. I think, for that reason, millen decided to

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push it a little bit further outside off stump. Oh, he's got him. He

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himmies across the off-stump again. It's straight to the delivery.

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Clatters into the leg stump. Roy very disappointed. Yep, as earlier

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in the over Roy shimmying across his stumps, looking to open up that

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leg-side. This time, millen, instead of pushing it he goes the other ruin

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route. In the end he's gone for 13. England have lost their first for 37

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-- Milne. That's whipped away from off-stump. Risky from Hales. It

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wasn't a bad delivery at all. Use of the feet and use of the feet

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successfully. Beautifully played by Joe Root. That was the temptation.

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Normally you would have that man back, if you're allowed five out.

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You can't. One guy in the circle. Root takes advantage. Yeah they got

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him back for Hales, not for Joe Root. Square on the leg-side.

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Aggressive use of the feet. All the way. Good strike from Joe Root.

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Beautiful shot. Repeating what he did earlier. Brave, trying to look

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for turn. Flight in the ball. Getting the ball up there as he

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should with the field set for him. Joe Root more than up for the task.

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Very fine indeed. That will go all the way. Four now in the over.

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Classic example of a bowler bowling exactly to his field. A bit afraid

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to toss it too far up. Oh, straightaway. 100 comes up. A little

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bit streaky, but no slip and place. Very good delivery, but the edge New

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Zealand were looking for, coming a bit too late.

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That will be four more, I think. Outfield's not quick, but it's good

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enough. Timed well enough, Trent Boult couldn't get around. Well

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placed. Root did very well to catch up with that. Even better to time it

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as well as he did. It raced across the ground.

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Needed a change. They've got a change, Alex Hales, another 50.

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Fifth in his last eight matches. APPLAUSE

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Now, yes, releases the shackles there. So hard to down over long off

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for six. Fantastic shot. Got to his 50. He's taken a breath. Milne

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bouncing him the delivery before. It's almost certain he will be going

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back, searching for a better length next delivery. Alex Hales read it

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perfectly, down the track. A flat six. Quite dangerous if your' a

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spectator, right in front of the pitch on the short boundaries

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because these batmen, in the modern-day, can hit the ball hard.

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Long and straight. Having said that, he breaks through inside edge onto

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the stumps. New Zealand have the breakthrough that they have wanted

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for the past ten overs. Expecting a short ball. He's sitting back there

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expecting a short ball after running down the wicket. Slower from Milne

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achl very good slower ball. Hales is waiting. He thinks it's going to be

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short. Milne gets revenge. Six and then out for Alex Hales. Good half

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century, but he departs the scene, 118-2 as Hales goes for 56. 118-2

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with Hales just bowled by Milne for 56, the danger signs were there for

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New Zealand. A very damaging partnership was developing with Joe

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Root. Second slip came in. Morgan fighting

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fire with fire. He's away. Sums him right, 123 had of 2 after 21 overs.

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Good position. Foundation laid. His role is to come out and fight fire

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with fire. Williamson put it in to show them that they are on the

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charge against them. He's responded beautifully.

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It was straight on this occasion. Morgan has answered it with the

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straightest of bats as well. Sawdust has possibly cost Morgan a boundary

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there. There is that short ball. Morgan pulls to the longest part of

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the ground. Confident pull shot from Morgan. Seen him hit on the head. He

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suffered concussion. Pulling to deep square leg and fine leg.

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Pulls again behind square. It won't go to the fence this time. Morgan,

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in excellent touch. 133-2. An around about way of saying he has

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no weaknesses. An edge from Morgan. Very wide and Morgan looking to skip

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down and hit that over the off-side. Another big wicket for New Zealand

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in this crucial middle phase of the game. The in-form Morgan has gone.

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He's got a golden arm corpy Anderson. It can be expensive times.

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He went wide. Looked like he was trying to sell it as well. Not in

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this day and age, he's off. Yeah. It was there to be hit. All Morgan

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could do was faet ter through to the wicket keeper. He's gone for 13, and

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England are 134-3. First dab from Root down to the

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short side. Shows you just how short it is because it didn't look as

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though he got anything on that, really. It nearly went for four. It

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touches the rope. Yeah. That's going to have to be a boundary.

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That's why there is a price tag on his head. He has just pumped a

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shortage ball from Anderson. Straight over mid-wicket for six.

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Stokes will scamper to the striker's end. 150-3. Slower ball. Stokes was

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waiting for. It just pumped that down the ground.

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Another excellent shot from Stokes as well. Corey Anderson bowls there,

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it's an easy clip to the on-side for Root, who will scamper back for two.

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Oh, it could be out there. Got a hand on that. They're going to have

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a look. Joe Root has already been run outbacking up this summer.

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Against south Africa. They look at each other. Root's smiling.

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Joe Root has been run out already this summer backing up. That's why

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he was smiling at Ben Stokes. This time he's fine.

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This time he has to dive out of the way. Watch out the non-striker's end

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when Ben Stokes is batting. Have a laugh about it. Just bludgeoned this

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down the ground. Advancing, on top of the bounce. None of it. Jimmy

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Neesham. It's a nice shot. It will get through. It will definitely get

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through. You're not catching it up now. That's the issue. To bowl, it's

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a floater from Jimmy Neesham. This field is certainly not the length he

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should be looking to bowl. I'm sure that's not the plan they talked

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about. Lovely planning from Ben Stokes and good placement.

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If it up, it's off. Not the biggest of hits. It doesn't have to be here

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at Cardiff. That's a maximum. Pressure straight encory Anderson.

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On Corey Anderson. Good batting. Oh, dragged on. Dragged on. Frustration

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from Root. He hadn't much of the strike. That's a big blow for

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England. It was building the whole time the fact help couldn't get down

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on strike. He couldn't keep the rhythm am he had built going. Very

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unlike Joe Root that for me. That is spot on. That's just frustration.

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Walks off shaking his head. Good innings. Not good enough. 64 off 65.

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He's frustrated still walking off, 188-4. England's touch player may

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have gone in Joe Root. They have two big hitters at the crease now. Jos

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Buttler comes in. Ranking number 17. He's been quiet of late.

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That's not where you bowl. Leans on it. It's too full. Too full from

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Milne. Tim Southee showed the way. At the moment Stokes is going to

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take the single. 200 comes up for England. Regulation. Plenty of overs

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to go and plenty of batting to come. Goes for the ramp. He could be on

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his way. He is. He thought he'd just paddle it to the short bount

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boundary with the wind, ramp it over the keeper. He got more contact than

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he was over. The short ball worked a trick for Boult. A massive wicket

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for New Zealand. An ideal time to get a wicket as well. Shows off the

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skill of Ben Stokes. Unfortunately, straight down to third man. New

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Zealand could not have asked for a wicket at a better time. Getting rid

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of Stokes. He's walking off a bit de-8 jebthed. Two short of his 50.

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England are 210-5. The The next man to the crease, ranking of 71. Strike

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rate pretty good, just over 100. Average just under 28. Moeen Ali

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works that away. To could have gone the whole distance. Yes, it has.

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With the wind. Got just enough contact. It sailed over the

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advertising cushion. Got him. Brilliant catch by Trent

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Boult, at short fine leg. Another drag down delivery. Moeen Ali's eyes

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lit up. He thought he had another boundary coming his way. Not to be.

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A flying Boult puts paid to his innings. Wonderful catch by Trent

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Boult. For a faster bowler, he's so athletic. Again, what I would term a

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poor delivery. Yes, very, very lucky that Moeen Ali hit it straight,

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slightly to the left of Trent Boult, for a flying Trent Boult. England

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have just lost an important wicket, 230-6. Adil Rashid, he didn't play

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the first match. That was against Bangladesh. He gets a nice freebie

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to put away. Is it off the pad? No. Anderson thinking of a nice Yorker.

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The umpires are holding their nerve. Charges into the wind, into the

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rain. Drags it in, top edge. Over the keeper. It's going to work it is

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way to the boundary. Jos Buttler of the first boundary off 24

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deliveries. That doesn't often happen. He took it on. It's actually

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off the helmet. Was it off the bat or just off the helmet? Tim Southee

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was asking the umpire, did he get an edge on that. Or leg butt. No

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contact. Anything to make their figures look good. Ten runses from

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that Tim Southee over brings up 250 for England. Really varied hiss post

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beautifully. You will do well to catch that up. You won't. He fires

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it in, inside off-stump. Beautiful defendant touch. Rashid scores in

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unusual areas. He squirts the ball off, very strong off-side player.

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He's playing a little cameo here. 12 from 10 deliveries. Oh, close. Yeah,

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given. England have a review. Rashid's debating on height.

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. He's going to ask his partner. He needs to be quick here.

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Eventually they use their review. Thank you, that's a fair delivery.

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Thank you. OK, that looks like he's missed that. We will go to hotspot

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just to confirm. Thank you. I've got nothing on hotspot. We will check

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ultra edge, please. Thanks. Split screen will show he's missed it

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clearly as well. Pitching in, impact is in line. Hitting the wickets. So

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you'll be staying with your decision, which was out. You are on

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screen. Yeah, given out on the field.

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Given out under review. Tactical review with England, with six overs

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left. They trialled, they failed. Rashid made 12, 260-7. Tsh tried.

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Short again. Tennis shot from Buttler. The pace out there can't

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cut it off. Three men out. He finds the gap.

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What a shot that is. What an incredible shot. Right up on our

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camera men there. Ball back, please. That has gone a long way.

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APPLAUSE What an unbelievable shot from Jos

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Buttler. Trent Boult has bowled brilliantly in this over. He bowled

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a pretty good ball there. He hasn't even got down on one knee. He

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dropped the shoulder a little bit, flicked his hand. It's so hard to

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do. So hard. Buttler wants two. He will come back

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for two. It started over a good over. He still goes for ten. 278-7.

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Is As I said when Plunkett came in. On a tailender, he's very quick on

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the pull. Can't bully Liam lunge he. Plunkett. Again, over mid-off. Not

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an easy shot to play. A maximum, 50 for Jos Buttler. He loves batting

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against New Zealand. He really is a danger man. 291-7.

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Pulled away. That could be a maximum. That is a maximum.

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APPLAUSE 300 up for England, yet again. It's

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not quite up enough. Again, will he cut it off? Yes, he

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does. Times his dive perfectly. Up in the air. It should be out. It's

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looking into the sun though, the fielder there used his hand well.

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Looks easy on the TV there, but for a long time that ball went up in the

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sun. Southee caught it and grabbed it well. Yeah, third wicket, Milne,

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it's been expensive today. He's come out. Kept that score card ticking

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along. Played a nice hand in unison with Buttler. 309-8.

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Gone. Buttler won't get back on strike. First ball duck for Wood.

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New Zealand continue to take wickets.

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Bounce. Out to Taylor. In on the one as well. Simple catch taken. New

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Zealand will be very, very happy to pick up another wicket. More

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importantly, keep Jos Buttler and the non-strikers in. Number Eleven,

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Buttler wants to get back on strike. He's gone. Good bit of fielding at

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square leg. Buttler doesn't get back on strike. England don't use up

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their overs. A good final over from Southee. At least half of it, it was

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in three deliveries. He's got two wickets. England have been bowled

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out for 310. Short ball fended. Good catch coming forward. Trent Boult at

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square leg. Buttler starved of the strike in that last few overs.

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England did well to get up to 2310. A pretty even contest. New Zealand

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will not feel daunted. Owen Morgan will be pleased to get a score. As a

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captain you always want a few more but that leaves the game nicely

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poised. England finish with 310 all from overs. Jason Roy continued his

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recent struggles but there was a bit half-century from his fellow opener

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Alex Hales who made 56. Backed up by Joe Root with 64, 48 from Ben Stokes

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an unbeaten 61 from Jos Buttler. The New Zealand bowlers shared the

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wickets around. Trent Boult also bowled effectively late on to

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restrict the England run-scoring but the painfully slow over rate did not

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go unnoticed. But England will be confident that they can defend their

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total with windy conditions and damp in the air. Personally I feel good

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and we are batting well as a unit. Hopefully we can bowl well and

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defend. How was the surface? Having batted on it, hopefully we might see

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some low in the second innings. Hopefully 310 should be a good

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score. Do the blustery conditions affect you? A little bit, you just

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need to be smart with your options and be clear what the plan is that

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both ends. Hopefully we can use that to our advantage. Is there magical

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medication but without them and the bowlers? Quite a lot, it is

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important especially with one-day cricket now. So there will be

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communication and a chat before we go out on the field, on the best way

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to get wickets and defend the score. A rain shower lengthen the lunch

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break but a strong wind quickly blew the clouds away. Martin Guptill and

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Luke Ronchi took to the field chasing three and 11 to claim the

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first victory for New Zealand in these champions Trophy. A better

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fielding from the England captain, a strong wind that the ball is

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operating into. And they're off the mark. Note inside edge involved.

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Gone! First delivery, the ideal start for England. Well done Jake

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Ball, a perfect length, hitting the pitch hard. And getting the ball

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just to nip back from the scene. Luke Ronchi does not cover

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off-stump, shows his stumps to the bowler. A confidence boost for Jake

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Ball. The dangerous Luke Ronchi gone first ball. New Zealand 141.

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A beautiful drive. Slightly overpitched but nicely played. Only

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marginally. He hammered away on a good length. This was just a little

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bit fuller. What not a bad ball at all.

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A slight bit of wits from Jake Ball. Few deliveries to latch onto but

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Martin Guptill does it superbly. Another blustery squall here at

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Cardiff. Over the top. Williamson. This could

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race away and it will. Not that far away from Alex Hales. Mark Wood had

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his hands on as headbutt I'm so well Alex Hales could not get round to

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cut it off or the catch. -- but time does so well. Lovely, a little hint

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of wits and Guptill on it so quickly. He had to bide his time but

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a fraction shorter than normal and it just bounced up on him to give

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him the room to free those hands. He thought about it. Down the

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ground. Could go away for four. 39-1.

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Good, very good short ball. A little bit tough on Jos Buttler but an

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excellent short ball. Martin Guptill so quickly on it. Ben

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Stokes, just one delivery every now and again at this level against

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players like Guptill. You bowl him the ball anywhere near hittable and

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he will put you away. He absolutely nailed that.

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Gone. The golden touch. Guptill has nicked it. You sum up Ben Stokes in

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those two deliveries, for ball followed by Golden arm. Guptill

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really disappointed. Perhaps expecting another short one. You

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just back with his weight. And the catching man and a fifth slip was

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waiting and the very dangerous Martin Guptill has gone. A big

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wicket for England, Guptill made 27. It is 63-2. That is nasty. This one

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did not get up as high as the previous one and crashed into the

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side of Ken Williamson. Thank goodness for that helmet.

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Right on the side. Thankfully came Williamson is fine. He will be a

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little bit rattled. And perhaps some ringing in that left ear. Efficient

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so far with the use of variations and crossings. Taylor has yet to get

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off the mark. Morgan brought a couple of catches in. At gully as

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well, deep square leg is coming. Just kicked as well, maybe the pitch

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a little bit moist, something is happening out there. That little bit

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of rain just put some moisture on the surface. Ballyronan we saw that

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it looked a little bit tacky and crusty in places as well. Just with

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that bit of moisture it will have brought that up. He's also big and

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tall, hitting the wicket hard. This jumped and I think it has hit him

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again in the helmet. That came off the back of the bat. Williamson

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looked to duck a shortish ball once again. It has flown off the back of

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the bat over Jos Buttler. Bizarre. Rashid could have picked up a couple

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of wickets. One chipped past him by Williamson in the first over. Just

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beaten mid-on on this occasion. That could go all the way. Over the

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man in the deep but bounces before the rope. That is why it brings that

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smile. Another boundary for him. That is a bit too wide. The ball

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reaches the boundary. Beautifully clicked. Went with the drift, Rashid

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on the breeze drifting it in an Williamson clipping it away for

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four. Beautiful use of the seat. Rashid bowling a little bit too flat

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for my liking. Hit away. Over the man catching on

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the leg side right into the gap. Williamson up to the challenge. Just

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across the stumps. Just got across onto off-stump and picked it up on

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length. He goes the other way and hits it over extra cover. Over extra

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cover for four. An expensive over from England, 11 from it. 134-2.

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Chipped over leg side. He loves that on-side. That is his greatest

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strength. It has been a hallmark of his batting ) when he first on. --

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right from when he first came on. Unafraid to hit through the line.

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Chipped back over his head, that does not happen to Mark Wood too

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often. But he does not bowl to Kane Williamson too often. Beautiful

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shot, all timing, all class. Just a little extension is again I think

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the wrong length. Perhaps a metre shorter than Liam Plunkett. Gone!

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Rips the glove and Kane Williamson is disappointed but he has to be on

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his way. A vital breakthrough for England. Yet again, yet again.

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Jumping off the seam. Cross seemed delivery. Not much that came

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Williamson could do. This really... It is turning out to be the go to

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delivery. Ripped the glove. Williamson, a fine innings comes to

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an end. 87 he has gone, 158-3. Drag it straight to the man. Joel

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Root, a massive wicket. Pressure was building, Taylor tried to take

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Mathie debt -- Taylor tried to make matters -- to take matters into his

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own hands. Jake Ball has been excellent today. Joe Root takes

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another. Further trouble. And further joy for England as Ross

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Taylor goes for 39. 168-4. Taking on the attack to Liam

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Plunkett, Jimmy Neesham. That will help matters. How is that over

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mid-on. Hit that sweetly. There he goes again. Joe Root out at deep

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square leg. Correction, Alex Hales at deep square leg. Just what New

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Zealand did not need. Not 100% commitment from Jimmy Neeson into

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that shot. Jimmy Neesham walking back. 191-5.

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That is close. Sweeping a straight ball, leg-spinner from Rashid.

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Batsman will have a chat and wonder whether to review but it looked to

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be straight enough. New Zealand has to review this. And Neil Broom

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reviews it. It is a fair delivery, thank you. We can go to front on.

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The original decision is out. OK, nothing there to suggest he has hit

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it. We can go to Hot Spot, please. I have nothing there. I'm happy there

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is no bat involved so we can go to ball tracking. Still pitching in

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line. Impact in line. That is out. We stay with your decision. Original

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decision was out so the umpire, that call means that we stay with the on

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field position. You heard the third umpire referring to pistol. And he

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has pulled the trigger. On Neil Broom. Mid-off is up inside the

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circle so that is the boundary option for Corey Anderson.

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Powerfully down through mid-off. Brilliant. Down the leg side,

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brilliant. White given. But that is fine. Jos Buttler, the stump is

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really full, maybe not had a good sighting of it. I think it was a

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goodly as well. Look how awful it is, a could take from Jos Buttler.

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Done. New Zealand seven down. 206-7. Mitchell Santner goes for

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three. I think he put that down, fairly certain that was a return

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catch to Adil Rashid and not a difficult one either.

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Hit straight back at Rashid and almost surprised him. Pretty

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regulation for the these days. -- for the bowlers. He is going to pick

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up another wicket antique does. More success for Liam Plunkett, more

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success for England. The dangerous Corey Anderson has gone for ten. New

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Zealand are eight down. Great intent shown by Corey Anderson but too

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little and too late. Saw him going down the track. Dropped it short and

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another catch taken on square leg boundary. This is probably get for

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New Zealand. Almost 40 now. Corey Anderson goes for ten. Down the

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ground but should be taken. He is. Rashid diving forward, Liam Plunkett

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deserving of these wickets. His first spell was exceptional. Did not

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get his reward but he is now. He has been hostile all day and getting his

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reward now. Coming down the wicket trying to manufacture something, but

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just manages to get a slice on the ball and gets caught at mid-on quite

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comfortably by Rashid. That has gone a long way up and this

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should be the end of the game and it is. That is the hammering. England

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win and they are the first side through to the semifinals in this

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year 's champions Trophy. They win by 87 runs, and absolute hammering

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in modern one-day cricket. There are two from two and living up to the

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tags of favourite for the tournament. Using an lost Luke

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Ronchi in the first over but recovered of Martin Guptill and Kane

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Williamson made slow but steady progress until the dismissals

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Williamson for a fine 87 and Taylor for 39 turned the game in the favour

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of England. The New Zealand batsmen clearly unhappy with the

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unpredictability of the pitch but as required rate crept up they had no

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answer and were bowled out for 223 in 44.3 overs falling 88 runs short

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of their target. An impressive performance all round from the

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England bowlers, plenty of pace from the seamers who all got some reward.

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The used across same tactic very well, ably supported by Rashid in

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conditions that offered him little assistance. England came victory but

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87 runs and move into the semifinals with the group games still to play.

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New Zealand, their challenge failed to get going really and once

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Williamson and Taylor had gone the results looked inevitable. We put

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yourself in a good position to go on and get 340 but we continued to lose

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wickets. Today it did not work even though the guys did the right thing.

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You're always in with a shout close to 300. England outplayed us today.

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It was tough out there. Credit to the way they went about their

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business especially with ball in hand. They did not give us a lot.

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They deserve everything they get today. That is the game. It wakes

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you up a little bit. It was a little bit up and down. I probably did not

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watch the ball as hard as I should. All the batsmen came in and said it

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was a little way. We used a lot of crossed theme and variations today.

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The bowlers did outstandingly well. A maximum four points in those two

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games puts England in pole position in group a and their last spot is

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now guaranteed. To have any chance of progressing New Zealand must beat

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Bangladesh in Cardiff on Friday and await the result of the England

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match with Australia the following day.

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it makes no difference whether you watch my show or not.

:49:20.:49:24.

Highlights from the Champions Trophy group stage, where England and New Zealand are doing battle at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff. It is a repeat of the fixture from the 2013 event, when England won a rain-affected match by ten runs to clinch a place in the semi-finals.


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