England were 116/3 when the 63-run partnership between Dawid Malan and Moeen Ali came to an end with the former’s departure. Ali, however, kept his foot on the gas, smacking three fours and two sixes in his 37-ball 51 to usher England to a decent total of 166/4. New Zealand might be the happier camp heading into the inning break, though, as the influx of dew would certainly make batting a smidgen easier than in the first half. The Kiwis must be fancying their chances here at Abu Dhabi.
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He gets there from 36 balls and #England are 160-4 with three balls left in the innings! #T20WorldCup
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