New Zealand didn’t get off to a good start in the power play, losing two wickets in quick sessions. However, Daryl Mitchell and Devon Conway picked up steam for New Zealand, putting together a great wicket-to-wicket partnership to lead their side from the front. England’s captain, Eoin Morgan advanced his strategy to break the crucial stand between Mitchell and Conway by calling in Livingstone to attack.
Devon Conway 46 (38) and Glenn Phillips 2 (4) became important picks for Livingstone and a turnaround for restricting the partnerships. Adil Rashid halts the quick knock from James Neesham 27 (11). Hopefully, Mitchell still remained strong for New Zealand, keeping the country’s prospects of reaching the World Cup finals alive. On the other side, Morgan utilizes all his bowling weapons to seize the spot into the finals.