New Zealand tour of England, 3rd ODI: England v New Zealand at Nottingham, Jun 5, 2013
England won by 34 runs
5 June 2013 - day/night match (50-over match)

McClenaghan to Cook, OUT, well bowled! He's given lbw but Cook reviews. Looks out. Well bowled by McClenaghan, beaten by one that nips back off the seam and beats the inside edge. Crashing into middle and leg. A very poor review from the captain.

AN Cook lbw b McClenaghan 0 (10m 9b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

England 3/1   IR Bell 2* (6b)   MJ McClenaghan 1.3-0-1-1

McClenaghan to Trott, OUT, full and beats Trott's clip across the line, hit on the pad and given! McClenaghan has done it again, though he's had a bit of assistance from Alastair Cook because that delivery looked like it was missing off stump... England have no reviews left, though, and Trott has to walk. It was Tim Robinson's call again, the ball rapped the pad low in front of off but although it looked like it would have gone on across the stumps, Hawk Eye showed it to be just clipping. So a review wouldn't have saved Trott either

IJL Trott lbw b McClenaghan 37 (77m 53b 4x4 0x6) SR: 69.81

England 69/2   IR Bell 31* (47b 4x4)   MJ McClenaghan 4.1-1-7-2

Williamson to Bell, OUT, breakthrough, against the run of play...worked down the on side, Williamson dived in his follow through which parried it towards midwicket. Because the ball had gone past the non-striker, Root, he stayed in his ground a fraction longer before running...the throw to Ronchi was quite wide of the stumps - although Guptill had been so quick from midwicket - but he did very well to gather it and reach the stumps. Replays show it was a matter of one camera frame, but Root was a inch or two short.

JE Root run out 33 (52m 50b 1x4 0x6) SR: 66.00

England 149/3   IR Bell 78* (92b 6x4 1x6)   KS Williamson 3-0-12-0

McClenaghan to Bell, OUT, maybe it was a tactical mis-field! Double breakthrough for New Zealand. The return of McClenaghan does the trick again as Bell drives straight to mid-off who was inside the circle. Simple catch. Lazy shot, really bad time to depart. End of a neat of innings

IR Bell c NL McCullum b McClenaghan 82 (146m 96b 6x4 1x6) SR: 85.41

England 153/4   EJG Morgan 0* (0b)   MJ McClenaghan 6.4-1-20-3

Williamson to Bopara, OUT, full and straight and Bopara goes big... but not big enough and is caught on the fence at deep midwicket! Bopara unpacked his slog-sweep but the ball came off the top edge and went high rather than far: out rather than six

RS Bopara c Taylor b Williamson 28 (43m 38b 0x4 0x6) SR: 73.68

England 210/5   EJG Morgan 26* (29b 2x4)   KS Williamson 8.5-0-41-1

Southee to Morgan, OUT, tapped short into the off side and a direct hit runs Morgan out! Superb bit of fielding, he was scampering hard for the single that would take him to fifty but the dive couldn't save him

EJG Morgan run out 49 (73m 40b 2x4 3x6) SR: 122.50

England 272/6   JC Buttler 33* (13b 6x4 1x6)   TG Southee 8.3-0-50-0





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