World Cup 2019: New Zealand Make Light Work Of Sri Lanka
New Zealand paceman Matt Henry led an inspired bowling unit to run through Sri Lanka's batting and power the Black Caps to a 10-wicket win in their World Cup opener on Saturday.
New Zealand paceman Matt Henry led an inspired bowling unit to run through Sri Lanka's batting. (All images courtesy: AFP)
Lockie Ferguson also took three wickets to bowl out Sri Lanka for 136 in 29.2 overs in Cardiff.
Colin de Grandhomme, Jimmy Neesham, Trent Boult and Mitchell Santner claimed a wicket each.
Martin Guptill and Colin Munro struck unbeaten half-centuries to make short work of their modest target.
New Zealand cruised home in 16.1 overs to register their third win in a World Cup game by 10 wickets.