West Indies vs New Zealand Scorecard

World Cup 2019

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Match Ended   
Old Trafford, Manchester , Jun 22, 2019
286 (49.0/50)
291/8 (50.0/50)
New Zealand beat West Indies by 5 runs
NZ 291/8
Bat Top batsman
Kane Williamson
Kane Williamson
148 (154)
  • 14x4s
  • 1x6s
  • 96.10SR
Ross Taylor
Ross Taylor
69 (95)
  • 7x4s
  • 0x6s
  • 72.63SR
Bowl Top Bowler
Bowler
Sheldon Cottrell
ECON 5.6
10
OVERS
56/4
R/W
Bowler
Carlos Brathwaite
ECON 9.66
6
OVERS
58/2
R/W
WI 286/10
Bat Top batsman
Carlos Brathwaite
Carlos Brathwaite
101 (82)
  • 9x4s
  • 5x6s
  • 123.17SR
Chris Gayle
Chris Gayle
87 (84)
  • 8x4s
  • 6x6s
  • 103.57SR
Bowl Top Bowler
Bowler
Trent Boult
ECON 3
10
OVERS
30/4
R/W
Bowler
Lockie Ferguson
ECON 5.9
10
OVERS
59/3
R/W
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Right then! Another double header comes to an end. Two thrillers to boot. India beat Afghanistan at Southampton while New Zealand managed to shake off a powerful West Indian resurgence. The caravan moves to Lord's next where Pakistan take on South Africa in match 30 at 10.30 am local (0930 GMT). ADIOS! TAKE CARE!
Victorious New Zealand captain, Kane Williamson, admits that Trent Boult took a wonderful catch to seal the game but also admits that there were a few dropped catches today. Analyses the game as a brilliant one, with sixes bringing the run rte required down, then wickets pushing it back up before more sixes rained in. Praises his bowlers for their performance and just credits the West Indies batsmen as well for clean striking. Puts down this match as a massive learning experience. Kane says that such matches are very important as they help you learn and when such things happen against quality sides, you use that experience to end up on the right side of the result. Summarizes that from such matches, some things need to be learnt and taken forward while some need to be moved on from. On the possible team changes for the upcoming fixtures, Williamson says that the unit is fresh and because every team is so good, it becomes all the more important to try and win as many games as possible.
West Indies skipper, Jason Holder, says that he is disappointed with the result but is proud of his team. Praises Chris Gayle for setting the tone. On the game overall, Holder is proud of the fight shown but also believes that one or two moments in the game could have been seized properly and the game could have been won. Blames the collapse in the middle order for the slipping of the momentum. Praises Roach and the tail for fighting hard. On the upcoming games, Jason wants to win all the matches and play for pride.
KANE WILLIAMSON HAS BEEN NAMED THE MAN OF THE MATCH. Smiles on being asked about his heart rate and says that the West Indies are an unbelievable side. Admits that the Kiwis did not get the best of starts with the bat, crediting the Windies bowling but then believes that himself and Ross Taylor stitched a partnership. Is happy to finish on the right side. On the pitches in this tournament, Williamson says that from where they started, the tracks have got a lot slower and it feels nice to be adapting to the conditions. On his own innings and consistency, Kane says that his aim is only to contribute and every day is a fresh one, but his thoughts are more or less the same.
Full marks to the Kiwi bowlers. For doing well under pressure. Boult rocked the Windies early but then the Caribbeans launched into a counter-attack. Being under the pump, the Black Caps found a way to come back again with wickets of the middle order. Then once again, the game felt like going away before they held their nerve at the very end. Trent Boult was back at his best, with 4/30 in his 10 overs while Lockie Ferguson took 3. Matt Henry took a pounding and he will be thanking his stars that his batsmen managed to get those 5 runs more than the Windies. Please stay tuned for the presentation...
Once the penultimate wicket fell, the big man took it upon himself to close the game. He started playing his shots but the killer blow came in the 48th over. Matt Henry was taken to the cleaners and he ended up conceding 25 and at that stage, it looked like the tables had turned. However, in the final moments, the big man could not quite take his team over the line.
Enter Carlos Brathwaite. Begin the fight. The never-say-die spirited man believed in himself and transferred the same onto his mates. First, he found an able partner in Kemar Roach, adding 47 for the 8th wicket, then got another 34 for the 9th, forming an alliance with Sheldon Cottrell.
When 292 was set as the target, not many gave the Windies a chance. And when they were reduced to 20/2, those chances went even down further. But Chris Gayle and Shimron Hetmyer stitched a 122-run stand for the third wicket and that revived the hopes. However, a collapse from 142/2 to 164/7, all but sealed the deal. Or did it?
Spare a thought for Carlos Brathwaite. He is on his knees in disappointment, thinking what could have, what might have happened, had he got an extra metre on that shot. He slowly gets up now and starts shaking hands. What a game of cricket. What a day of cricket. A thriller at Southampton between India and Afghanistan and a thriller here. Wow. Just wow.
Unbelievable scenes at Manchester. How sporty are the Kiwis? They are not even celebrating. Kane Williamson and Jimmy Neesham are having a word with Brathwaite, consoling him. Well played, Brathwaite. But what a gesture by New Zealand. Hats off.
48.6
W
Jimmy Neesham To Carlos Brathwaite OUT!
SIX? NO! OUT! YES! Caught! Oh dear me! I don't know what to tell you! Boult has stunned the crowd here. Neesham bowls a slower bouncer outside off, Brathwaite looks to pull. It looks like, this is the end. It looks like West Indies have sealed the deal but NO! TRENT BOULT! He holds his nerve, keeps his calm and considering the situation takes a blinder at long on. He takes a very good catch just, just before the ropes. Brathwaite cannot believe it. He is down in disbelief. The Kiwi players are riding with joy. NEW ZEALAND WIN BY 5 RUNS!
48.5
0
Jimmy Neesham To Carlos Brathwaite
Slower ball outside off, Brathwaite looks to play it and then decides to leave it thinking it will be wided but it has not been.
48.4
2
Jimmy Neesham To Carlos Brathwaite
100 FOR CARLOS BRATHWAITE! What an innings this has been! His maiden one in ODIs but he knows the job is not done. Back of a length ball on off, Carlos pulls it to deep mid-wicket and takes a couple to bring up his century. The hero of the 2016 T20 World Cup might be the hero here as well.
48.3
0
Jimmy Neesham To Carlos Brathwaite
Three dots in a row and now something has to give. Another bouncer outside off, Carlos misses his pull once again.
48.2
0
Jimmy Neesham To Carlos Brathwaite
Bouncer! It is away from Brathwaite. He looks to pull but misses. 8 off 10 needed.
48.1
0
Jimmy Neesham To Carlos Brathwaite
Good length ball outside off, Brathwaite punches it to cover.
Jimmy Neesham to bowl the 49th over. 5-0-33-0 so far. Will there be a 50th? Will Carlos Brathwaite finish it off in this over itself? A century is there for the taking!
over 48 : 284/9
25 runs
  • 247.1
  • 647.2
  • 647.3
  • 647.4
  • 447.5
  • 147.6
C. Brathwaite
99 (76)
O. Thomas
0 (4)
M. Henry
9-0-76-1
47.6
1
Matt Henry To Carlos Brathwaite
Smart batting. Back of a length ball on off, Brathwaite hits it over point and gets a single. 25, I repeat 25 runs have come off this over. 8 off the last 12 needed. Out of nowhere West Indies are in the driver's seat now.
47.5
4
Matt Henry To Carlos Brathwaite
FOUR! Edged! But who cares? 24 runs off the over. Henry bangs it in short, Carlos goes for the pull but top edges it over the keeper's head for a boundary.
47.4
6
Matt Henry To Carlos Brathwaite
SIX! Not full, but a full toss! Brathwaite is becoming the hero but dear me! Henry is becoming a villain here. He bowls a full toss on off, Brathwaite smokes it over long off for a maximum.
There is a mini-conference going on out there. Henry, Williamson, Boult and Santner are involved. Henry looks under immense pressure. Williamson is doing really well not to show any nerves. Just two men in the deep on the off side. Fine leg and third man are up. Will Henry bowl it full?
47.3
6
Matt Henry To Carlos Brathwaite
SIX! Fasten your seat belt, Brathwaite is on a mission here. Full toss wide of him, Brathwaite slices it over backward point for another maximum. 19 needed of 15 balls. With West Indies you just don't know what's going to happen. Even New Zealand. They have provided a lot of thrillers.
47.2
6
Matt Henry To Carlos Brathwaite
SIX! Can Brathwaite take his side home? Back of a length ball on off, Carlos flat bats it like a bullet over long on for a maximum.
47.1
2
Matt Henry To Carlos Brathwaite
In the air...but safe. Short on off, Brathwaite looks to pull but does not time it well. It goes towards backward square leg. The fielder from mid-wicket cleans it up but they take a couple.
49 OV
2 run
J. Neesham to C. Brathwaite
  • 048.1
  • 048.2
  • 048.3
  • 248.4
  • 048.5
  • W 48.6
48 OV
25 run
M. Henry to C. Brathwaite
  • 247.1
  • 647.2
  • 647.3
  • 647.4
  • 447.5
  • 147.6
47 OV
7 run
L. Ferguson to C. Brathwaite & O. Thomas
  • 046.1
  • 046.2
  • 646.3
  • 046.4
  • 146.5
  • 046.6
46 OV
7 run
T. Boult to C. Brathwaite & O. Thomas
  • 445.1
  • 245.2
  • 145.3
  • 045.4
  • 045.5
  • 045.6
45 OV
1 run
L. Ferguson to C. Brathwaite & S. Cottrell
  • 044.1
  • 044.2
  • 044.3
  • 144.4
  • 044.5
  • W 44.6
44 OV
1 run
T. Boult to C. Brathwaite & S. Cottrell
  • 143.1
  • 043.2
  • 043.3
  • 043.4
  • 043.5
  • 043.6
43 OV
8 run
J. Neesham to S. Cottrell
  • 042.1
  • 042.2
  • 442.3
  • 442.4
  • 042.5
  • 042.6
42 OV
8 run
M. Santner to C. Brathwaite & S. Cottrell
  • 441.1
  • 141.2
  • 041.3
  • 141.4
  • 241.5
  • 041.6
41 OV
5 run
J. Neesham to C. Brathwaite & S. Cottrell
  • 140.1
  • 040.2
  • 040.3
  • 140.4
  • 240.5
  • 140.6
40 OV
4 run
M. Santner to S. Cottrell & C. Brathwaite
  • 039.1
  • 239.2
  • 039.3
  • 039.4
  • 139.5
  • 139.6
39 OV
7 run
M. Henry to K. Roach & S. Cottrell & C. Brathwaite
  • W 38.1
  • 038.2
  • 138.3
  • 138.4
  • 138.5
  • 438.6
38 OV
2 run
M. Santner to C. Brathwaite & K. Roach
  • 137.1
  • 037.2
  • 037.3
  • 137.4
  • 037.5
  • 037.6
37 OV
1 run
M. Henry to C. Brathwaite & K. Roach
  • 036.1
  • 136.2
  • 036.3
  • 036.4
  • 036.5
  • 036.6
36 OV
2 run
L. Ferguson to K. Roach & C. Brathwaite
  • 035.1
  • 135.2
  • 135.3
  • 035.4
  • 035.5
  • 035.6
35 OV
10 run
de Grandhomme to C. Brathwaite & K. Roach
  • 434.1
  • 134.2
  • 034.3
  • 134.4
  • 034.5
  • 434.6
34 OV
8 run
L. Ferguson to C. Brathwaite & K. Roach
  • 033.1
  • 133.2
  • 133.3
  • 5 WD 33.4
  • 033.4
  • 033.5
  • 133.6
33 OV
3 run
de Grandhomme to C. Brathwaite & K. Roach
  • 132.1
  • 032.2
  • 1 LB 32.3
  • 132.4
  • 032.5
  • 032.6
32 OV
15 run
M. Santner to C. Brathwaite & K. Roach
  • 631.1
  • 131.2
  • 031.3
  • 631.4
  • 131.5
  • 131.6
31 OV
2 run
T. Boult to K. Roach & C. Brathwaite
  • 130.1
  • 030.2
  • 030.3
  • 030.4
  • 030.5
  • 130.6
30 OV
1 run
M. Santner to K. Roach & C. Brathwaite
  • 029.1
  • 029.2
  • 129.3
  • 029.4
  • 029.5
  • 029.6
Match Detail
  • Series World Cup 2019
  • Venue Old Trafford, Manchester
  • Weather Clear
  • Toss West Indies won the toss and elected to field
  • Result New Zealand beat West Indies by 5 runs
  • Man of the match Kane Williamson
  • Umpire Ruchira Palliyaguruge (SL), Ian Gould (ENG) and Nigel Llong (ENG)
  • Referee David Boon (AUS)
Match Notes
  • Referral 1 (0.1 ovs): WI against M Guptill (LBW) Successful (NZ: 1, WI:1 )
  • New Zealand 0/1 : M Guptill lbw b Sheldon Cottrell 0(1)
  • Power play 1 (1-10): New Zealand 30/2
  • New Zealand 50/2 in 14.1 overs
  • Drinks: New Zealand 56/2 in 15.0 overs
  • 3rd wkt Partnership: 51 off 89 balls between K Williamson (20) and R Taylor (28)
  • New Zealand 100/2 in 23.4 overs
  • K Williamson ODI Fifty: 50 runs in 75 balls (4x4) (0x6)
  • R Taylor 49th ODI Fifty: 52 runs in 68 balls (7x4) (0x6)
  • 3rd wkt Partnership: 100 off 142 balls between K Williamson (44) and R Taylor (53)
  • New Zealand 150/2 in 31.0 overs
  • Drinks: New Zealand 153/2 in 32.0 overs
  • 3rd wkt Partnership: 150 off 191 balls between K Williamson (78) and R Taylor (67)
  • K Williamson 13th ODI hundred : 103 runs in 124 balls (8x4) (0x6)
  • Power play 2 (11-40): New Zealand 199/3 (169 runs, 1 wickets)
  • New Zealand 250/4 in 46.0 overs
  • C Gayle dropped on 15 by T Boult in 7.1 overs
  • West Indies 50/2 in 9.0 overs
  • Power play 1 (1-10): West Indies 59/2
  • 3rd wkt Partnership: 51 off 29 balls between C Gayle (26) and S Hetmyer (24)
  • C Gayle 53rd ODI Fifty: 50 runs in 51 balls (5x4) (3x6)
  • Drinks: West Indies 92/2 in 16.0 overs
  • West Indies 100/2 in 16.3 overs
  • C Gayle dropped on 58 by M Henry in 17.3 overs
  • 3rd wkt Partnership: 100 off 78 balls between C Gayle (54) and S Hetmyer (46)
  • S Hetmyer 4th ODI Fifty: 53 runs in 42 balls (8x4) (1x6)
  • West Indies 150/4 in 23.3 overs
  • Drinks: West Indies 185/7 in 32.0 overs
  • West Indies 200/7 in 34.1 overs
  • Power play 2 (11-40): West Indies 222/8 (163 runs, 6 wickets)
  • C Brathwaite ODI Fifty: 50 runs in 52 balls (6x4) (1x6)
  • West Indies 251/9 in 45.2 overs
  • C Brathwaite maiden ODI hundred : 101 runs in 80 balls (9x4) (5x6)
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Stats
Player Teams Runs Avg.
Rohit Sharma IND 648 81.00
David Warner AUS 647 71.88
Shakib Al Hasan BAN 606 86.57
Kane Williamson NZ 578 82.57
Joe Root ENG 556 61.77
Player Teams Wickets Eco.
Mitchell Starc AUS 27 5.43
Lockie Ferguson NZ 21 4.88
Jofra Archer ENG 20 4.57
Mustafizur Rahman BAN 20 6.70
Jasprit Bumrah IND 18 4.41

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