England's high got a new spike when they won the lone Twenty20 International against New Zealand by 56 runs after setting the latter a target of 192 and dismissing them for just 135 at the Old Trafford.
Jonny Bairstow played a terrific knock under pressure against New Zealand to resurrect England from the dead and help them chase down a revised target after a rain delay helping his team win the fifth and final One-Day International by three wickets (D/L) in Chester-le-Street to win the series 3-2.
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Eoin Morgan and Joe Root hit blistering centuries as England recorded the biggest successful chase in all One-Day Internationals in England making short work of a massive target of 350 against New Zealand at Trent Bridge to level the series 2-2.
New Zealand coach, Mike Hesson, impressed by England’s performance in the ongoing One-Day International series between the two nations, termed the hosts as a side that can be very dangerous on their day.
Somerset pacer Jamie Overton has been named in the England squad for the final two One-Day Internationals against New Zealand thereby joining his twin brother Craig Overton who is already part of the squad.
Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor posted tons in a record third wicket partnership to chase down England’s 302 albeit with some late-game drama, helping New Zealand win by three wickets with an over to spare in Southampton going 2-1 up in the series.
Ross Taylor clobbered a scintillating unbeaten century to help New Zealand pile 398 and stave off a record-breaking chase from England partially hampered by rain, helping New Zealand take the game by 13 runs (D/L) at The Oval in the second One-Day International to level the series 1-1.