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England defeat New Zealand to reach semi-finals of the ICC Champions Trophy

England defeat New Zealand to reach semi-finals of the ICC Champions Trophy

England v New Zealand: Three Lions reach semi-finals of the ICC Champions Trophy

England made it two wins out of two in the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy after defeating New Zealand by 87 runs to reach the semi-final of the prestigious 50-over competition.

Half-centuries from Lancashire star Jos Buttler (61*) and Joe Root (64) helped England set a total of 310 in the opening innings – with the hosts looking comfortable of another victory in front of the home crowd.

GALLERY: England v New Zealand, ICC Champions Trophy

England and NEw Zealand stand for a minutes silence following the terror atatcks in Manchester and London.jpg
Jason Roy reacts after being bowled by Milne of New Zealand.jpg
Ben Stokes hits a six for England against New Zealand in the ICC Champions Trophy in Cardiff.jpg
Joe Root and Ben Stokes in action for England against New Zealand.jpg
England Test captain Joe Root is bowled by Corey Anderson.jpg
Lancashire and England star Jos Buttler plays a shot in the ICC Champions Trophy fixture against New Zealand.jpg
Luke Ronchi successfully appeals against Adil Rashid.jpg
Tim Southee takes a catch to dismiss Jake Ball.jpg
Corey Anderson celebrates a wicket for New Zealand against England int he ICC Champions Trophy.jpg
Luke Ronchi is bowled by Jake Ball of England.jpg
Mark Wood celebrates a wicket in the ICC Champions Trophy against New Zealand.jpg
Liam Plunkett of England dismisses New Zealand star Corey Anderson.jpg
Ben Stokes celebrates after dismissing Martin Guptill.jpg
Adil Rashid and Jos Buttler celebrate the dismissal of New Zealander Mitchell Santner.jpg
Jos Buttler celebrates stumping Michell Stantner of New Zealand.jpg

However, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson (87) gave the visitors a much needed boost after losing Ronchi (1-1) and Guptill (63-2) by the 13th over to take them to 158 in the 30th. But Mark Wood and Jos Buttler combined to dismiss New Zealand’s danger man as England cruised to victory with the visitors all out for 223.

Englands latest victory over the Black Caps shows how far they have progressed in One-Day International cricket over the past few years, as the last time they faced New Zealand in a 50-over competition resulted in an embarrassing eight-wicket defeat for the Three Lions in the ICC Cricket World Cup back in 2015.

Now, with victories against Bangladesh and now New Zealand (not to mention the recent series victory against South Africa), England are looking to go all the way in the competition and will hope to make in three wins in as many games when they face Australia on Saturday 10 June at Edgbaston.

WATCH: England v New Zealand, post-match press conference

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First up for England at the home of Lancashire County Cricket Club is the fourth Investec Test Match against South Africa from Friday 4 – Tuesday 8 August, before the West Indies face the Three Lions in the first Royal London One-Day International on Tuesday 19 September.

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