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England beat New Zealand via a Super Over but was it a fair way to win? | Cricket World Cup

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England beats New Zealand to win the men's ICC Cricket World Cup for the first time after a barely believable final at Lord's was tied twice. After both scored fifteen runs in the Super Over, England were crowned world champions by virtue of having scored more boundary fours and sixes - 24 to New Zealand's 16 - in the match. Daniel Vettori and Ajit Agarkar discuss the rule on Match Day with both questioning whether it's a just way to decide such an important match.
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