T20 WC: Bairstow departs within power play, Kiwis celebrate

Abu Dhabi: 

Adam Milne is proving to be a danger for the English opponent as he sends back the opener on his first ball for mere 13 runs.

Bairstow had walked to the crease with Jos Buttler as Jason Roy was ruled out the game due to an injury he suffered against South Africa.

The opening partnership garnered 37 runs before the loss of the wicket after 5.1 overs. Bairstow leaned into a cover drive to play Milne, crunching this flat towards cover, where Williamson dived to the left and forward to take this. 

NZ bowling in powerplay this tournament

30/1 v Pak

35/2 v Ind

48/1 v Sco

36/0 v Nam

23/3 v Afg

40/1 v Eng

Highest innings scorer (101*) of the tournament will pose as a challenge once again for Black Caps, given his history of remaining unbeaten against Kiwis bowlers in the shortest format

Williamson won the toss and chose to bat first in the semi-final fixture between England and New Zealand of the ongoing T20 World Cup. 


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