New Zealand lost a thrilling World Cup decider to England on boundary count-back in July and that heartbreaking defeat was still fresh in the memory of both sides. However, hosts the Black Caps were unable to exact a form of revenge as England cruised to a seven-wicket victory with nine balls remaining in the opening game of a five-match series in Christchurch on Friday (November 1). 1 46196 James Vince top scored with 59 but captain Eoin Morgan (34 not out) hit the winning runs – a six – to lead England to 154-3, in pursuit of New Zealand’s 153-5 target. Playing without star captain Kane Williamson due to a right hip injury, New Zealand were sent into bat by England at Hagley Park and made a slow start. England debutant Sam Curran – in the side as the tourists rested many of their World Cup stars ahead of the Test series – struck the first blow, dismissing Martin Guptill (2) in the third over. A perfect start to the series!! 🦁https://t.co/Zms56XSuuw#NZvENG pic.twitter.com/n69DgOqyLT — England Cricket (@englandcricket) November 1, 2019 Curran was then clubbed for three sixes within four balls by Colin Munro (21) and Tim Seifert (32) as the… Read full this story
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