July 14, 2019 / 8:16 PM / 4 months ago

Factbox: World Cup final Super Over as it happened

LONDON (Reuters) - England beat New Zealand in the World Cup final at Lord’s on Sunday. The match was tied after both teams scored 241 runs. Following is how the Super Over unfolded.

Cricket - ICC Cricket World Cup Final - New Zealand v England - Lord's, London, Britain - July 14, 2019 England players celebrate after winning the World Cup Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Boyers

England batsmen: Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler

New Zealand Bowler: Trent Boult

0.1 - 3 runs, Stokes hits over backward point

0.2 - 1 run, Buttler hits to deep square leg

0.3 - 4 runs, Stokes sweeps through mid-wicket

0.4 - 1 run, Stokes hits to backward point

0.5 - 2 runs, Buttler slices to deep cover

0.6 - 4 runs, Buttler hits over mid-wicket

TOTAL: 15 runs

New Zealand batsmen: Martin Guptill and Jimmy Neesham

England Bowler: Jofra Archer

0 - 1 run, Wide

0.1 - 2 runs, Neesham hits to long-off

0.2 - 6 runs, Neesham clears deep mid-wicket boundary

0.3 - 2 runs, Neesham drills to deep mid-wicket

0.4 - 2 runs, Neesham clips to deep mid-wicket

0.5 - 1 run, Neesham under-edges ball into his pad

0.6 - 1 run, Guptill flicks to deep mid-wicket, fails to complete second run and is run out.

TOTAL: 15 runs

England won the match by virtue of hitting more boundaries in the match and the Super Over, 26 to New Zealand’s 17.

Compiled by Amlan Chakraborty; editing by Ed Osmond

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