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ICC T20 World Cup 2021: England Cannot Quite Get Right In Death Bowling: Nasser Hussain

Former England captain Nasser Hussain highlighted the considerations concerning England‘s dying bowling after dropping to New Zealand within the semi-final on Wednesday.

England’s hopes of profitable their second T20 World Cup title dashed after they suffered a five-wicket loss to New Zealand in Abu Dhabi.

New Zealand knocked out England from ICC T20 World Cup 2021

Riding on Moeen Ali (51*) and Dawid Malan’s (41) 63 runs stand for the third wicket, England posted a complete rating of 166/4 within the first innings.

England pacer Chris Woakes bought the early wickets of senior New Zealand batters Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson.

Chris Woakes. Credits: Twitter

Liam Livingstone bought the wickets of Devon Conway and Glenn Phillips because the required charge for the Black Caps went close to 15 by the top of sixteenth over.

It was a frightening activity for the Black Caps to chase 167 as they required 57 from the final 4 overs.

England didn’t get their dying bowling “fairly proper: Nasser Hussain

The recreation turned within the seventeenth over as Jimmy Neesham charged up towards Chris Jordan and hammered him for 2 sixes and a 4 to fetch 23 runs.

Neesham slog-swept Adil Rashid’s googly over mid-wicket for one more most earlier than getting caught by Morgan at further cowl.

New Zealand opener Daryl Mitchell continued from the place Neesham left the sport. Mitchell completed the continuing by smashing a few sixes and a 4 within the penultimate over bowled by Chris Woakes.

Hussain identified the absence of Tymal Mills, who was dominated out owing to a thigh damage, in England’s dying bowling.

Hussain mentioned th repute Jordan has for his dying bowling wasn’t noticed within the semi-final match towards New Zealand.

England did not get their death bowling “quite right” with Tymal Mills sorely missed within the T20 World Cup semi-final defeat to New Zealand,” Nasser Hussain wrote in his column for Sky Sports.

“Jordan has earned a repute as a death-bowling specialist over time however with Jofra Archer a long-term absentee and Mills sustaining a thigh damage through the Super 12s, England discovered themselves in need of alternate options late within the innings.

Chris Jordan
Chris Jordan. Credits: Twitter

“Whether, suddenly, because it is going pear-shaped you change your plan, I do not know but it is an area, still, that England cannot quite get right. For all Chris Jordan’s skills, in the last year I wouldn’t say he has got his death bowling absolutely spot on,” the previous England captain added.

The Black Caps will face wither of Australia or Pakistan within the last of the 2021 World Cup on Sunday (November 14).

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