03 Jul 2019
England beat New Zealand: Here are the records broken
England have qualified for the semi-finals of the ICC World Cup 2019 after beating New Zealand in the match number 41 at Chester-le-Street.
The victory sees England finish third in the 10-team table.
NZ faced their third successive defeat.
Batting first, England posted 305/8. The Kiwis suffered in the chase.
Here are the records broken.
Bairstow scores second successive century in CWC 19
Jonny Bairstow scored his second successive century in World Cup 2019.
He now has 462 runs in World Cup 2019 and is the seventh highest run-scorer.
This was his third ODI ton in 2019.
He is the second highest run-scorer for England in ODIs this year (774).
The century was his ninth in ODI cricket.
Roy notched 17th career ODI fifty
Jason Roy (60) scored his second successive fifty in CWC 19.
This was his fifth ODI fifty in 2019. He now has 743 ODI runs this year.
Roy also notched his 17th career ODI fifty.
Bairstow and Roy amassed 123 runs for the first wicket.
This was their 10th career century-plus stand in ODIs.
They now have 2,186 partnership runs.
Root scripts this record, Roy and Bairstow's run continues
Joe Root (24) became the fifth player to score 500 runs or more in CWC 19.
He now has 500 run and became the first player for England to script the same in an ODI World Cup.
Roy and Bairstow scripted their third successive century-plus stand in CWC 19.
They became only the second ever pair to do so in the World Cup.
World Cups: Boult is now New Zealand's most successful bowler
Trent Boult (2/56) extended his lead to 36 ODI wickets this year.
He now has 15 wickets in CWC 19.
This saw him get to 37 World Cup scalps in total.
He is now the most successful bowler for New Zealand in World Cup.
He overcame Daniel Vettori and Jacob Oram's tally (36 wickets each).
A look at some other fascinating records
England scored their sixth total of 300-plus in World Cup 2019. Jofra Archer raced to 17 wickets in CWC 19. He is now the highest wicket-taker for England in an edition of the World Cup. Jonny's century was the 25th in World Cup 2019.
ENG vs NZ
How did the match pan out?
England got a solid platform after the openers were terrific once again.
After Roy's dismissal, Bairstow and Root added 71 runs for the second wicket.
NZ hit back from there on to curtail England's progress.
Morgan (42) and some cameos at the death, helped England get past 300.
In reply, New Zealand faltered with the bat for the third time this term.