New Zealand entered the general of the ICC T20 Global Cup with a five-wicket win over England in an exciting first semifinal right here on Wednesday.
Chasing 167 to win, Daryl Mitchell anchored the innings with a sensational unbeaten 72 off 47 balls, whilst Devon Conway scored a 38-ball 46. James Neesham smashed 27 off 11 runs to play a a very powerful position within the chase.
Chris Woakes (2/36) and Liam Livingstone (2/22) have been essentially the most a hit bowlers for England.
Previous, invited to bat, England posted 166 for 4 driving on Moeen Ali’s 51 now not out and a few helpful contributions from Dawid Malan (42), Jos Buttler (29) and Liam Livingstone (17).
For New Zealand, Tim Southee (1/24), Adam Milne (1/31), Ish Sodhi (1/32) and James Neesham (1/18) have been the wicket-takers.
England: 166 for 4 in 20 overs (Moeen Ali 51 now not out, Dawid Malan 42; Tim Southee 1/24).
New Zealand: 167 for five in 19 overs (Daryl Mitchell 72; Liam Livingstone 2/22).