England revived their title hopes with a comfortable six-wicket win over New Zealand in their Super Eight match of the ICC World Twenty20 on Saturday.

 

Finn achieved his as well as England's best figures in the ICC World Twenty20 — three for 16 — before Wright hit a 43-ball 76 as England chased down the target of 149 with seven balls to spare.

 

After Finn and Co's disciplined bowling restricted New Zealand to a modest 148 for six, England got off to a cautious start but soon Wright, who smashed five fours and equal number of sixes, sent the bowlers on a leatherhunt.

 

He was well supported by Eoin Morgan (30) at the other end and together they put on a 89-run stand for the third wicket.
England lost opener Craig Kieswetter (4) early but thereafter Alex Hales (22), Wright and Morgan made sure that there were no hiccup on the road to victory.

 

Super Eight Points Table

 

ICC Twenty20 World Cup 2012: Match time table with group details