England vs Newzealand match analysis

England vs Newzealand match analysis

What an unexpected start to this World Cup from New Zealand. Winning is fine, but winning this way is some statement. Rachin Ravindra wouldn't have played if Ferguson was fit. Now he's literally demanding his place in the side even when Kane and Southee return. Could he come in for Will Young? Does he keep Sodhi away too? Happy headaches for the Blackcaps. England need Ben Stokes fit very soon. Do they think of Topley? Some important questions on the sheet for them now. But they are a side known to bounce back. They are known for their positive attitude. You never know, the beast in them could have just been woken up. That's curtains for the day. We have Pakistan playing Netherlands tomorrow in Hyderabad.

Highest partnerships in World Cups (any wicket)

372 - Chris Gayle & Marlon Samuels (WI) vs ZIM, Canberra, 2015

318-Sourav Ganguly & Rahul Dravid (IND) vs SL, Taunton, 1999

282 - Tillakaratne Dilshan & Upul Tharanga (SL) vs ZIM, Pallekele, 2011

273* - Devon Conway & Rachin Ravindra (NZ) vs ENG, Ahmedabad, 2023

260 - David Warner & Steven Smith (AUS) vs AFG, Perth, 2015

Fastest to 1000 ODI runs for New Zealand (by innings)

22-Devon Conway

24 Glenn Turner

24- Daryl Mitchell

25 Andrew Jones

29 - Bruce Edgar

29 Jesse Ryder

How did New Zealand Tackle England ?

- Kane and Southee not available for this game due to injuries

- Ferguson picks up last minute niggle, Rachin told to be ready for the game

- Latham wins the toss, Boult not at his usual best - But Henry bowls a nagging line and length and gets


- Santner gets Bairstow

- Latham rotates Rachin, Phillips, Henry, Boult and all of them break partnerships for a captaincy

masterclass - England played poor shots, restricted to 282 when they should have got 320+ Woakes leaked runs in the first over

- Curran began with two maiden-overs, which included a wicket Enter Rachin Ravindra!

- Rachin and Conway took the England bowlers to - the cleaners

England had nowhere to hide - New Zealand register a record-breaking, net run-rate smashing win

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