2nd ODI, London, May 25 1990, New Zealand tour of England
(49.3/55 ov)213/4
England won by 6 wickets (with 33 balls remaining)
player of the match
New Zealand INNINGS (55 overs maximum)
John Wright (c)c Small b Malcolm1541402036.58
Andrew Jones run out 1531571048.38
Martin Crowe c †Russell b Lewis731460022.58
Mark Greatbatch c Smith b Malcolm11113016210185.38
Ken Rutherford retired hurt 035000.00
Richard Hadlee retired hurt 924420037.50
Mark Priest c Smith b DeFreitas2451620047.05
Ian Smith not out 25172721147.05
Chris Pringle  b Small1250050.00
Extras(lb 2, w 3)5
TOTAL(55 Ov, RR: 3.85)212/6
Fall of wickets: 1-25 (John Wright), 2-34 (Andrew Jones), 3-53 (Martin Crowe), 3-53* (Ken Rutherford, retired hurt), 3-93* (Richard Hadlee, retired hurt), 4-174 (Mark Priest), 5-202 (Mark Greatbatch), 6-212 (Chris Pringle)
Phil DeFreitas1114714.27---00
Devon Malcolm1151921.72---00
Chris Lewis1115114.63---00
Gladstone Small1105915.36---00
Eddie Hemmings1123403.09---00
England INNINGS (target: 213 runs from 55 overs)
Graham Gooch (c)not out 11215220515073.68
David Gower  b Hadlee43310133.33
Robin Smith c †Smith b Hadlee512181041.66
Allan Lamb lbw b Pringle44510100.00
Alec Stewart c Morrison b Priest2857813049.12
Jack Russell not out 4771975066.19
Extras(lb 7, nb 1, w 5)13
TOTAL(49.3 Ov, RR: 4.30)213/4
Fall of wickets: 1-5 (David Gower), 2-15 (Robin Smith), 3-29 (Allan Lamb), 4-104 (Alec Stewart)
Richard Hadlee1123423.09---00
Chris Pringle9.305315.57---00
Jonathan Millmow914705.22---00
Danny Morrison903804.22---00
Mark Priest1123413.09---00
Kennington Oval, London
TossEngland, elected to field first
SeriesNew Zealand tour of England
Player Of The Match
Devon Malcolm
Devon Malcolm
Player Of The Series
Graham Gooch
Graham Gooch
Mark Greatbatch
Mark Greatbatch
Series resultEngland won the 2-match series on scoring rate (series tied 1-1)
Match numberODI no. 633
Match daysday(55-over match)
ODI debut
Devon Malcolm
Devon Malcolm
England Image
David Constant
England Image
John Hampshire
  • KR Rutherford retired hurt at 53/3 (struck on the left eyebrow by Lewis)
  • RJ Hadlee retired hurt at 93/3 (injured right hand after a ball from Lewis)