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England and New Zealand T20

England and New Zealand: NZ good comeback after lost 2 matches

England and New Zealand

The fourth T20I between England and New Zealand was the closest game of the series, but it was still a one-sided affair. New Zealand won the match by six wickets with 16 balls remaining.

England had won the first two matches of the series, but they were outplayed in the third match. New Zealand’s bowlers were more disciplined and they were able to take wickets at regular intervals. England’s batsmen also struggled to score runs against New Zealand’s bowling attack.

The result of the fourth match England and New Zealand meant that the series was tied at 2-2. However, England won the toss and chose to bat first. This decision proved to be a good one, as England were to 179-4 in their 20 overs.

New Zealand’s batsmen then chased down the target with ease, with Tim Seifert scoring 48 runs off 32 balls.

England and New Zealand

For England
Bairstow: 73 runs 41 balls
Rehan Ahmad: 2 for 27

For New Zealand
Tim Seifert: 48 runs 32 balls
Glenn Phillips:42 runs 25 balls

The fourth T20I was a disappointing end to the series for England. They had started the series well, but they were unable to maintain their momentum. New Zealand, on the other hand, will be pleased with their performance. They showed that they are a strong team and they will be looking to build on this performance in the future.

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