Cricket News sort by New Zealand

New Zealand all-rounder Jimmy Neesham took a hilarious dig at the International Cricket Council (ICC) after cricket’s governing body, on Monday, announced that the controversial boundary rule that declared England 2019 Cricket World Cup winners will no more be used. The 2019 World Cup final was tied after both teams faced 50 overs, and the situation was same even after the Super Over, as both teams scored same number of runs. However, England were declared winners, having hit more boundaries.

Lasith Malinga, who recently retired from ODI cricket, proved that he can still be lethal at the T20 level, by claiming a hat-trick and making it four wickets in four balls to destroy New Zealand

Despite all the time lost due to rain in the Colombo Test, New Zealand managed to level the series against Sri Lanka with a combative triumph by an innings and 65 runs

A week after the incredible World Cup 2019 final, Martin Guptill, who was in the thick of things in key moments despite not having made any major contribution in the series, was finally coming to terms with life.

Even as the controversy over the four runs conceded to England via overthrows after the ball hit a diving Ben Stokes' bat refused to die down, a new development has emerged.

England was declared winners of World Cup 2019 after a pulsating final at Lord's. Batting first, New Zealand managed to post 241 for 8 on the board.

Favourites England somehow managed to overcome a fighting New Zealand in a pulsating final that had all the ingredients of a thriller and was completely worthy of a World Cup final.

So here we are then. After many permutations, combinationd and predictions, England are New Zealand are the two sides that will battle it out for the World Cup 2019 crown at Lord's on Sunday. The hosts making it to the summit clash was very much on expected lines even as New Zealand continue to shine with their methodical ways.

Australia's 1999 World Cup-winning captain believes that England have it in them to become one of the greatest ODI teams by defeating New Zealand in the final at Lord's on Sunday. England made it to the summit clash by overpowering defending champions Australia while the Kiwis got the better of a much fancied India.