New Zealand reached the final of T20 World Cup 2021

New Zealand reached the final of T20 World Cup 2021

England defeated New Zealand in the first semi-final of the T20 World Cup and qualified for the final.
In the match being played at Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi, New Zealand captain Ken Williamson decided to field after winning the toss. England scored 166 runs in the allotted 20 overs.
Martin Guptill’s Darrell Mitchell started the innings for New Zealand, but Guptill fell victim to Vokes by scoring 4 runs, captain Ken Williamson 5, David Conway 46, Jimmy Nesham 27 and Glenn Phillips 2
Kiwi opener Darrell Mitchell played an unbeaten 72-run innings, which included four fours and four sixes.
For England, Chris Vokes, Lime Living Austin took 2 wickets each while Adil Rasheed took one wicket.
Earlier, England had scored 166 runs in the allotted 20 overs, opener Jose Butler 29, Johnny Barstow 13, while David Millan and Moin Ali played an aggressive game of 41 and 50 runs respectively.
Among other players, Lime Livingstone scored 17 while captain Ian Morgan scored an unbeaten 4 runs.
Kiwis bowlers Adam Milne, Ash Sodhi, Trent Bolt and Jimmy Nesham took one wicket each.
In the match, Kiwi captain Ken Williamson decided to field first after winning the toss and said that the pitch was looking good and they would try to get England out early by bowling first.
England captain Ian Morgan said: “It is a pity that Jason Roy was not in the main match of the event but he has been replaced by Sam Billings.

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