New Zealand batting first, failed to score a massive total. Martin Guptill lost his wicket early. But, Colin Munro played a fascinating innings and Kane Willaimson played the role of an anchor. However, England came back in the match with a bang. New Zealand in the first ten overs scored 91, but in the next ten overs, England made a good come back as they conceded only 62 runs and picked up six wickets. Chris Jordon got one wicket as England conceded only 24 runs from the last four overs.
One boundary in the last four overs. What’s does circket mean for England players? #ENGvNZ
— Meetra (@MeetraAh) March 30, 2016
That collapse at the end really dented NZ’s momentum. But don’t count them out just yet. #ENGvNZ
— Hilton (@RealKingShxzzle) March 30, 2016
— Ben O’Hare (@manxben4) March 30, 2016
Going by Munro’s luck tonight, aaj toh Delhi wali bhi haan bol degi usse #ENGvNZ
— Gunner (@Nicks103) March 30, 2016
— Nick (@cricket_welly) March 30, 2016
The British economy after 1851 or #EngvNZ …..
— Olly (@OliverPierce__) March 30, 2016
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) March 30, 2016
— Avichal (@avichal619) March 30, 2016
— Samay turakhia (@samay_srt) March 30, 2016