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New Zealand vs England, 1st T20I, England tour of New Zealand 2013

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England won by 40 runs | New Zealand Vs England Live Score, 1st T20I

So that's it for the day from this match, enjoy your day, take care...
Stuart Broad: 'Well, credit to the boys for setting a record total, every one contributed. With the ball the plan was to bang it in short and make it uncomfortable for the batsmen, we did that well. I thought a total of 170-180 was par on this surface but to get such a huge total was absolutely unbelievable. I personally felt good with the warm-ups, I thought building pressure was key to our success today, and you cannot forget that catch by Eoin Morgan to send Brendon McCullum back. Probably a game changing one. Hopefully we can continue this and take it forward to Hamilton as well.'
Brendon McCullum: 'We were completely outplayed today, England were brilliant in all departments. We will have to pull up our socks for better show next time around. The slower bowlers bowled pretty well, but England's timing was perfect. Their bowlers also bowled well, banged it in and changed the pace and that made life very difficult for us even though we started well.'
Well with a mammoth score of over 200, the scoreboard pressure will always be telling on the side that is chasing. That was the case here as well as New Zealand, though for a brief moment looked like they were in the hunt, could never really build solid partnerships. Balls being skied to the fielder and credit to the England bowlers as well for banging the ball in and generating extra bounce. In the end skipper Stuart Broad led from the from the front with a four wicket haul and that pretty much sums up a fantastic day for England. Stay tuned for the presentation.
End of over 20, 11 runs (1 . 4lb . 4 nb 1 )
NZ: 175/9
Mitchell McClenaghan - 6(7) This over: 5 runs
Ronnie Hira - 21(12) This over: 1 runs
Jade Dernbach
(4.0 - 0 - 29 - 0)
19.6 Jade Dernbach to Mitchell McClenaghan 1
1 run, that's it a fuller length delivery being clipped gently to mid off to conclude proceedings for England, what a win
19.6 Jade Dernbach to Mitchell McClenaghan 1nb
no ball, byes, FOUR, Oh dear a deadly full toss and Mitchell McClenaghan manages to sit under it, keeper misses
19.5 Jade Dernbach to Mitchell McClenaghan 4
FOUR, short ball againa nd it plays it away past the wicket-keeper and to fine leg for a boundary
19.4 Jade Dernbach to Mitchell McClenaghan 0
no run, slower delivery outside off stump, Mitchell McClenaghan plays and misses
19.3 Jade Dernbach to Mitchell McClenaghan 4lb
leg byes, FOUR, short delivery on the stumps, Mitchell McClenaghan back away and it its him on the helmet as he looks to duck and it goes for a boundary. Thankfully no harm done
19.2 Jade Dernbach to Mitchell McClenaghan 0
no run, good length delivery on the stumps, Mitchell McClenaghan fails to connect the scoop
19.1 Jade Dernbach to Ronnie Hira 1
1 run, good yorker that, fast on the leg stump, R Hira works it to short mid wicket
End of over 19, 5 runs (1 1 W . 1 1 1 )
NZ: 164/9
Ronnie Hira - 20(11) This over: 4 runs
Mitchell McClenaghan - 1(1) This over: 1 runs
Stuart Broad
(4.1 - 0 - 25 - 4)
18.6 Stuart Broad to Ronnie Hira 1
1 run, short of length delivery on the stumps, R Hira pulls this to deep square leg, that is the end of Broad for today, what a spell, leading from the front
18.5 Stuart Broad to Mitchell McClenaghan 1
1 run, fuller length delivery on the stumps, Mitchell McClenaghan manages to dab it gently for a single
18.4 Stuart Broad to Ronnie Hira 1
1 run, to third man, short of length delivery outside off stump, R Hira plays it for a single
18.3 Stuart Broad to Ronnie Hira 0
no run, fuller length delivery outside off stump, R Hira misses his scoop

Match details

Toss : New Zealand won the toss and elected to field

Umpires : Chris Gaffaney (NZ) and Derek Walker (NZ)

TV umpire : Gary Baxter (NZ)

Match referee : Roshan Mahanama (SL)

Teams

New Zealand : Hamish Rutherford, Martin Guptill, Brendon McCullum(c & wk), Ross Taylor, Colin Munro, James Franklin, Andrew Ellis, Nathan McCullum, Ronnie Hira, Trent Boult, Mitchell McClenaghan.

England : Alex Hales, Michael Lumb, Luke Wright, Jonathan Bairstow, Eoin Morgan, Jos Buttler(wk), Samit Patel, Stuart Broad(c), James Tredwell, Steven Finn, Jade Dernbach.

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