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New Delhi: Kane Williamson was one among two captains concerned in what has been extensively described as one of many biggest cricket World Cup finals of all time which passed off final yr on the Lord’s. England managed to match New Zealand’s rating which meant that the sport grew to become the primary World Cup ultimate, and actually the primary ODI match, to enter a Super Over.

New Zealand batted second and it was Jimmy Neesham and an off form Martin Guptill who got here out to bat. Williamson not too long ago defined in a YouTube chat with ace Indian Test spinner Ravichandran Ashwin for the latter’s present ‘DRS with Ash’ that Guptill’s penchant for massive pictures and skill to run rapidly helped the group administration to present him the nod.

“I had a very brief discussion with the coach Gary Stead, I had a few guys in my mind who could go out to bat as we were going to bat second in the Super Over, the decision to send out batsmen was dependent on how much we were chasing and who the bowler is probably going to be,” Williamson mentioned.

“It was about giving yourself with the best possible opportunity, Neesham was hitting the ball very well throughout the World Cup and we all know how capable Guptill really is of hitting the ball out of the park, there was a short boundary on one side of the ground. They are both quicks between the 22 yards so this helped too.”

The Super Over additionally resulted in a tie which meant that the title was awarded to England on account of their superior boundary rely — a rule which was later scrapped by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Williamson mentioned that he was padded as much as come on however that was not required. The match ended with a final ball sprint for two runs and England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler whipped the bails off earlier than Guptill might make his floor for the second.

Williamson and his group mates were nevertheless hailed for the graciousness with which they accepted the end result and the New Zealand captain was nonetheless all reward for Jofra Archer, who bowled the Super Over for England, and the match itself.

“I was padded up to come in at three, it was a different experience to be a part of, both Neesham and Guptill did a good job, Jofra Archer is a remarkable bowler, emotions were so high after the final, it was a long tournament when the time comes and it finishes, it`s like of a draining feeling as all of it finishes. The guys were filled with emotion after what really transpired,” Williamson mentioned.