England and New Zealand were tied on 241 runs at the end of the 2019 World Cup final, resulting in a Super Over being played to determine the winner. On the ultimate ball of New Zealand's Super Over, after having scored the 15 runs England managed in their over, Martin Guptill attempted to score the glory runs but was run out by Jason Roy and Jos Buttler while returning for a brace, meaning the Super Over was also tied. England won on the virtue of boundary count, having scored 26 boundaries to New Zealand's 17, thus lifting their maiden World Cup.
Nerves of steel, when it mattered the most 🙌
Happy birthday Jos Buttler!pic.twitter.com/x245fteOmv— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) September 8, 2022