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English cricket world champion for the first time - meaningless drama decided: "A better match will not be played" |  Sports

English cricket world champion for the first time – meaningless drama decided: “A better match will not be played” | Sports

England won their first World Cup gold medal in cricket yesterday. The final against New Zealand was a dramatic show, which had the best possible ending from the point of view of the home audience. “There will never be a better match,” said match champion Ben Stokes.

The Cricket World Cup is one of the most popular sporting events in the world. In South Asia, among other places, competitions gather a large audience.

This sport is still invented in England. A country that has never won a world championship in the branch – until yesterday. England defeated New Zealand in a final tie in a tournament decided on British soil.

The match went into overtime after both teams reached 241 points in the match. Overtime rarely ended evenly after both teams scored 15 points, but England were crowned winners after reaching the largest of four or six points.

England had played the World Cup final three times before this year’s tournament.

“All the hard work over the past four years has got the team where we are today – that’s what we strive for and we’ve been able to come here and do it, according to England star Ben Stokes.” Sky Sports. Stokes was one of the team’s most important players in the match.

It’s almost written in the stars when something like this happens. I don’t think there will ever be a better cricket match.

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