New Zealand team was fined 10 percent of the match fee for a slow over-rate in the match against West Indies, at Old Trafford. New Zealand has won the match by just five runs.
Skipper Kane Williamson was fined 20 percent of his match and rest of the team with 10 percent for the slow over-rate.
Williamson would be banned if he is seen attempting the same action in their upcoming matches with Pakistan, Australia, and England.
New Zealand won five out of six matches and the sixth match was a tie with India, which made them be in the top of the list in the world cup. Being with the highest points and one of the teams to be in semi-finals, cannot effort to lose the important players in the upcoming three tight matches.
Kane Williamson has scored back to back centuries in the matches against South Africa with 106 runs and West indices with 148 runs. In four innings he has ended up with a huge score of 373 runs.
Ross Taylor was one of the top-ordered players in the New Zealand team who has contributed 200 runs with an average of 50.
New Zealand will face their next match against Pakistan on 26th June 2019 at Edgbaston.