ENG vs USA Highlights 6-23-2024

Watch cricket video highlights of ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 forty-ninth match between England vs United States of America. Venue of the match will be Bridgetown.

In their last Super Eight encounter, England defeated USA by a dominant 10-wicket margin to secure their spot in the T20 World Cup 2024 semifinals. Thanks to Jos Buttler’s 83 not out from 38 deliveries, the reigning champions needed just 9.4 overs to chase down 116. As a precaution, they increased their net run rate (NRR) to 1.992. Chris Jordan, who became the first player from England to score a hat-trick in men’s T20I cricket, set up such a commanding victory. The USA fell from 115 for 5 to 115 all out as Jordan, who was substituted for Mark Wood in the starting lineup, claimed four wickets in his final five deliveries. He is now the only bowler to accomplish that feat at a T20 World Cup, along with Ireland’s Curtis Campher.

In Bridgetown, the co-hosts had gotten off to a respectable start, reaching 48 for 2 in their first six overs. Adil Rashid, however, carried on with his outstanding season with a meager 2 for 13 in his four overs. After Rashid bowled Aaron Jones, one of the USA’s best spinners, and top scorer Nitish Kumar, he tied Stuart Broad’s record of 30 wickets in T20 World Cups. After the powerplay, Rashid and Livingstone made sure that only 25 runs were scored in the next six overs. England’s NRR had to surpass South Africa’s in order to secure second place in the group, and they had to chase down the target of 116 in 18.4 overs. Buttler, though, had loftier goals in mind.

Following a cautious beginning, Buttler stormed to 44 from 26 deliveries towards the conclusion of the powerplay, which saw England score 60. During the powerplay, Buttler also cracked a solar panel with the first of Saurabh Netravalkar’s two consecutive sixes. He held his most vicious attack for the ninth over of Harmeet Singh’s second over, when he struck five sixes and got the strike on the second ball. With 32 deliveries in the first, he reached his first half-century of the competition. Buttler’s late cut an over later saw England cross the finish line with 62 balls remaining. If the West Indies defeat South Africa by a margin of less than 52 runs in the last match of Group 2, England will emerge victorious from the group. England will come in second if South Africa wins and gains six points.

Chris Jordan was not planning on attending this World Cup. Jamie Overton was given what is likely his final opportunity to compete on the largest platform due to a back issue. He grabbed the opportunity head-on in Barbados, finishing with a hat-trick and overall stats of 4 for 10 to reach 105 T20I wickets. The hat-trick’s crescendo was brimming with passion. Although Jordan is not the greatest celebrator, who could be upset with him at this particular moment? The cricket player, who was born in Bajan, spent his childhood watching a lot of cricket at the Kensington Oval.

He then moved to the UK to attend Dulwich College on a scholarship. In the stadium, the locals applauded him like one of their own. When Jordan received the news of his call-up to the provisional squad at the end of April, he was really at home in Barbados. He was working out in the nets with Jofra Archer later that day; the latter streamed the workout live on Instagram before pulling it down. Jordan returned for the last Group B match against Namibia after starting in the XI for the washout against Scotland and the loss to Australia, both of which took place in Bridgetown. Jordan then started the Super Eights on the bench.

Even after this performance, he may be out of the picture again if Buttler chooses to go with Mark Wood’s added pace, all dependent on England’s opponents and the location of the semi-final. In any case, Jordan’s historical legacy is certain. Like Lionel Messi switching to his left foot or Steph Curry making a long-range shot, Adil Rashid’s googly is well-known. Taking action is the issue with all three of them.

The legspinner’s delivery that travels the opposite way dismissed Aaron Jones and Nitish Kumar. The former made an effort to counter it with his reliable slog sweep. The latter chose to burn brighter and over more cover. Their stumps were adjusted for both. This means that five of Rashid’s nine World Cup wickets have come from googlies. Full lengths and outside-off-stump lines, which resemble the places he looks to land his leggies, conceal their danger.

Despite playing little competitive cricket heading into the summer, Rashid, 36, has been England’s finest white-ball bowler for quite some time. He has been at his best throughout this tournament. He was unplayable here in Bridgetown, conceding only 10 runs in his four overs without a boundary. While he wound them in knots, it was difficult to be neutral towards the USA batting lineup. Should this provide solace, more experienced hitters who have had more time to get to know Rashid have been made to appear equally inexperienced.

Corey Anderson was projected to perform well. After 93 games and three World Cups as a Blackcap, the former New Zealand international was expected to provide nous and X-factor to the team when he made his debut for the USA in April. Not everything has worked out as planned. Even if their most well-known cricket player heading into this tournament has been a footnote on an incredible campaign, it is still a testament to the rest of the team.

Entering this last match, Anderson was averaging thirteen. With six overs remaining, he appeared to be very certain at 24—especially after ending a 34-bowl stretch devoid of boundaries the previous over by hammering Liam Livingstone for a six-over gully with a reverse sweep. It was now his chance to demonstrate why he was formerly one of the circuit’s most sought-after all-around players. A hurry-up occurred, but it was at the opposite end as Harmeet Singh hit 21 during their 27-run partnership, including two fours and a six of his own.

Anderson would be on strike for the last over when Singh fell at the conclusion of the eighteenth over. Anderson took a full throw from Jordan and fled the field. Unfortunately, all he could locate was Harry Brook, who was positioned a solid ten yards in front of the sponge at long-on and did not need to budge an inch. He walked off for a score of 29, which was his highest of the competition and brought his total to 66 out of 72 deliveries. Maybe Anderson will never forget the tournament that the USA will never forget.

For the England captain, the competition has been strange. His captaincy has been solid save for one or two tactical gaffes, the most costly of which was his rash choice to bowl Will Jacks in the second over against Australia. He’s been spotless behind the stumps. However, he had not quite launched in front of them. A duck against Namibia tempers a 28-ball 42 against Australia and 24 from eight deliveries in the crushing of Oman. He scored just 42 runs from the same amount of balls in the opening Super Eight matches against South Africa and the West Indies.

Because of this, one might say that Buttler’s undefeated 83, which ranks second in T20 World Cup scoring, was an outlet for his dissatisfaction. By the end, that’s definitely what it appeared to be, even if Buttler explained the borderline bloodlust as just trying to find a more certain route to the knockout stages. After Yuvraj Singh tore up the Durban skies against Stuart Broad in 2007, he became the second player in a T20I World Cup to hit five sixes in an over with his takedown of Harmeet Singh. Buttler is much more relaxed after beginning the month in a poor mood due to becoming tired of talking about the 50-over mess in India last winter. And why not? This championship defense is still on course despite a few hiccups.

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