Part-timer Liam Livingstone has done an excellent job for England, removing the well-set Devon Conway and Glenn Phillips to derail New Zealand's chase of 167 in the T20 World Cup semi-final. He had Conway stumped for 46, a game-changer of a wicket given the fluidity with which Conway was accumulating his runs and thereby, pushing the Blackcaps towards the target. Liam accounted for Phillips off the first ball of his last over, returning brilliant figures of 2/22. Daryl Mitchell is facing the heat in the middle as New Zealand struggle to cope with the asking rate.
#NZ need a few more big hits like this Conway 6️⃣ off Wood 💪#NewZealand require 75 from final 42 balls against #England#T20WorldCup | #ENGvNZ 🏴🇳🇿— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) November 10, 2021
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