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New Zealand wins against England by 8 wickets in Wellington ODI: Cricket World Cup 2015

Cricket World Cup 2015, New Captain and Star batsman Brendon McCullum, Fast medium Bowler Tim Southee were stars in Wellington ODI as New Zealand Crushes England in a low scoring game. Chasing a low total of 123 runs, New Zealand openers started off the things well and Brendon McCullum created a fastest fifty in World cup with his name. He made half century in 28 balls and scored 77 runs in 25 balls, missed fastest century record opportunity. In England bowling, Chris Woakes took 2 wickets. New Zealand chased the total in 12.2 overs and scored 125/2. Earlier England captain Eoin Morgan won the toss and elected to bat first, Tim Southee took 7 wickets and registered career best, best results by an New Zealand bowler he achieved his career best bowling with 7/33. Tim Southee was awarded with man of the match.


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