England took on New Zealand in the first semi-final of the T20 World Cup in Delhi.
New Zealand batted first and despite the loss of opener Martin Guptill early on Kane Williamson and Colin Munro pushed the Black Caps towards what looked like an impressive total.
TheCorkBath</a> today: ENGLAND v New Zealand T20 Semi-Final2:30!!
NOWBath</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/InBath">InBath
WeLoveBath</a> <a href="https://t.co/70hui2MrNh">pic.twitter.com/70hui2MrNh</a></p>— The Cork (TheCorkBath) March 30, 2016
However, England recovered in the middle overs and at the death to reduce the favourites to a chaseable 153-8.
World T20, 1st Semi-Final: England v New Zealand at Delhi,— PTV Sports Official (@PTVSp0rts) March 30, 2016
England won by 7 wickets. pic.twitter.com/dPv7IzhBAl
England came out to bat and blazed away Jason Roy hit a 44-ball 78 as England reached the target in 17.1 overs.
Joss Buttler scored 32 and hit the winning runs with a six.
#ENG flying now. 60/0 after 5 overs chasing 154 to reach #WT20 final. Live
5liveSport</a> & <a href="https://t.co/4Zqj6WYkm5">https://t.co/4Zqj6WYkm5</a> <a href="https://t.co/tus8mngUGG">pic.twitter.com/tus8mngUGG</a></p>— Test Match Special (bbctms) March 30, 2016
England will play either hosts India or The West Indies in Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday.
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