World Cup 2019 England Team: The 2019 World Cup marks the twelfth edition of the ODI World Cup. This particular event took place in England and Wales. The 2019 World Cup featured the participation of the top 10 teams. In total, 48 matches were contested, culminating in the World Cup final. These matches unfolded across 11 distinct venues situated in England and Wales.
The group stage concluded with the top four teams being India, Australia, England, and New Zealand. Following a pattern similar to the 2011 and 2015 editions, the host nation clinched the victory. In 2019, England cricket team won their first-ever ODI World Cup, which took place on their home ground under the captain Eoin Morgan. Also England Team rewarded with a cash prize of USD 4 million.
In this article we will talk about ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 England Team Squad, Most Runs, and Most Wickets.
World Cup 2019 England Team journey
Here are the complete details on England Cricket Team in World Cup 2019.
World Cup 2019 England vs South Africa
England, as the hosts, encountered South Africa in their first match at the Oval. The match was clearly one-sided. England achieved a score of 311/8 in the initial inning and swiftly bowled out South Africa for a mere 207 runs, securing victory by a substantial 104 runs.
World Cup 2019 England vs Pakistan
However, England couldn’t maintain the same level of performance in the following match and suffered a loss against Pakistan by a margin of 14 runs. Pakistan compiled a total of 348/8 and limited England to 334, resulting in a 10-run victory.
World Cup 2019 England vs Bangladesh
Notably, although Joe Root (107) and Jos Buttler (103) both scored centuries, their efforts fell short in securing a win for the team. In the subsequent game, England achieved a comfortable 106-run triumph over Bangladesh. Jason Roy’s impressive 153 contributed to England’s score of 386, and they subsequently restricted Bangladesh to 280 runs.
World Cup 2019 England vs West Indies
Continuing their winning streak, England secured an 8-wicket victory over West Indies, with Joe Root making an unbeaten 100. In the next match, England dominated Afghanistan with a resounding 150-run win. Captain Eoin Morgan’s exceptional performance of 148 runs led England to a total of 397. Afghanistan, in response, was bowled out for 247 runs.
World Cup 2019 England vs Sri Lanka
Following that, Sri Lanka managed to defeat England by a margin of 20 runs, serving as a wake-up call for the English team. This was trailed by yet another loss in the subsequent match against Australia, resulting in a defeat by 64 runs. This marked England’s third loss in the tournament, prompting a need for them to secure victories in their remaining two games to maintain their standing in the competition.
World Cup 2019 England vs India
In their subsequent match against India, England secured a significant 31-run victory. Jonny Bairstow’s impressive century of 111 runs played a pivotal role in helping them amass a total of 337. Despite India’s pursuit, they managed to make 306 runs and faced a loss.
ICC World Cup 2019 Final, England vs New Zealand
Their final game pitted England against New Zealand, where they triumphed with a commanding 119-run win. Jonny Bairstow, once again, delivered with a century (106), steering his team towards victory.
Subsequently, in the semi-final against Australia, England achieved a resounding eight-wicket win. Australia posted a score of 223 runs, while England managed to secure 226/2 in 32.1 overs, propelling them to victory and earning them a place in the final.
England’s Squad for the World Cup 2019
World Cup 2019 England Squad: Eoin Morgan (c), Jos Buttler (vc, wk), Moeen Ali, Jofra Archer, Jonny Bairstow, Tom Curran, Liam Dawson, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Jason Roy, Ben Stokes, James Vince, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood
Most Runs in World Cup 2019 for England
Here are the Top Batsman Who Socred Most Runs for England in World Cup 2019.
Most Wickets in World Cup 2019 for England
Here are the Top Bowlers with Most Wickets for England in World Cup 2019.
The Path of England to the 2019 World Cup Final
The 2019 ODI World Cup final holds a lasting place in memory. This match possesses a unique set of fans, and there are debates regarding the fairness of England’s victory. The final showcased a showdown between England and New Zealand at Lord’s.
In the initial batting, New Zealand reached a total of 241/8. England managed to score 241 runs before getting all out, leading to a tie in the game. Even the super-over concluded with a tie, as both teams scored 15 runs each. Consequently, England emerged as the victor, primarily due to their higher boundary count.
|Group||South Africa||Oval||May 30, Thu||won by 104 runs|
|Group||Pakistan||Nottingham||Jun 03, Mon||lost by 14 runs|
|Group||Bangladesh||Cardiff||Jun 08, Sat||won by 106 runs|
|Group||West Indies||Southampton||Jun 14, Fri||won by 8 wkts|
|Group||Afghanistan||Manchester||Jun 18, Tue||won by 150 runs|
|Group||Sri Lanka||Leeds||Jun 21, Fri||lost by 20 runs|
|Group||Australia||Lord’s||Jun 25, Tue||lost by 64 runs|
|Group||India||Birmingham||Jun 30, Sun||won by 31 runs|
|Group||New Zealand||Chester-le-Street||Jul 03, Wed||won by 119 runs|
|Semi-final||Australia||Birmingham||Jul 11, Thu||won by 8 wkts|
|Final||New Zealand||Lord’s||Jul 14, Sun||Match tied|
England won Super Over
on boundary count
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