England have started well before Chester Lee went down to bat first against New Zealand
Pakistan’s supporters today are New Zealand’s supporters. England’s defeat at Chester-le-Street today is the advantage of Pakistan. If they can lose Bangladesh in their last match then the semifinal will be confirmed by Sarfraz Ahmed’s team. But Pakistan’s supporters in the opening pair of Kiwis or Jason Roy-Johnny Bairstow can be frustrated. Over 15 overs, Queiro could not break England’s opening pair. New Zealand could lift Jason Rai (60) in the 19th over. At the end of 25 overs until the report was written, England’s wickets were 161 runs per wicket.
The first decision of batting to England before winning the toss could go wrong with the first test. Kiwi captain Kane Williamson brought back memories of Dipak Patel by spinner Mitchell Sannner’s new ball. Sántner’s first survival as the main survivor Jason Roy Left arm spinner ‘armaments’ stamped out of the stumps at the speed of the stumps. Despite trying to cut the ball, the ball crossed the boundaries, with the bat and stamps screwed! After that, however, the identity of the English England.
Ray Southee, who scored 23 runs from 2 overs, Bairstow struck twice in the first over of the Kiwi pacers and three fours in his next over. Bairstow batting 76 runs in 73 balls Roy is on the other side of the Joe root. He was batting 16 runs in 16 balls. During the batting of Roy-Bairstow, there was a funny scene in the field. The ball went into the cover of the pitch placed on the border. Tom Latham and Santanar had to do a lot of trouble to find the ball.