New Zealand reached the final of the T20 World Cup by beating hard in the last over. In New Zealand, round-round James Neesham scored 27 runs in 11 balls against England. In his innings, he hit 3 six-four. He turned the game around by hitting 23 runs the same way from Chris Jordan of England. The first six to leave the Neesham tour commemorated the finals of the 2019 World Cup. At the end of the 2019 World Cup, England midfielder Ben Stokes fired shots. The shot was caught by Trent Boult at the border, but his foot hit the crossbar and England won the game later and won the title.
In the 17th hour, Neesham played the ball from Jordan, going for six minutes. But Jonny Bairstow grabbed the ball at the edge and threw it out of bounds, which was caught by Liam Livingstone. But once the replays were seen, it could be seen that Bairstow’s foot had touched the border line and 6 runners had been added to Neesham’s account. Following that, Neesham returned to New Zealand for the game with 23 runs across Jordan. After that, he hit six in the next line.
Speaking of the game, after losing, Moeen Ali scored 51 points and David Malan scored 42 more for the team. In the first hit, he scored 4 wickets in 20 overs and scored 166 runs.
A goal of 167 runs was achieved by the Kiwi team losing 5 wickets in over 19 overs, Daryl Mitchell scored 72 unbeaten New Zealand runs. He was selected as the winner of the game.