Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler script historic World Cup triumph for England against Kane Williamson's New Zealand [Photos]

Here are the best photos from England's historic World Cup triumph after they beat New Zealand in a thrilling encounter at Lord's on Sunday.

FirstCricket Staff July 15, 2019 17:30:47 IST
England clinched their maiden ICC Cricket World Cup title in dramatic fashion after they beat New Zealand on the basis of most boundaries scored even as Super Over scores were level following a tie. AP
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England clinched their maiden ICC Cricket World Cup title in dramatic fashion after they beat New Zealand on the basis of most boundaries scored even as Super Over scores were level following a tie. AP
Chris Woakes celebrates after dismissing New Zealand's Martin Guptill. AP
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Chris Woakes celebrates after dismissing New Zealand's Martin Guptill. AP
Despite losing Guptill early, Henry Nichollsplayed a 77-ball knock of 55 which consisted of four boundaries. AP
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Despite losing Guptill early, Henry Nichollsplayed a 77-ball knock of 55 which consisted of four boundaries. AP
Liam Plunkett celebrates the dismissal of Henry Nicholls. The Kiwis registered a total of 241-8. AP
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Liam Plunkett celebrates the dismissal of Henry Nicholls. The Kiwis registered a total of 241-8. AP
New Zealand's Colin de Grandhomme celebrates after dismissing Joe Root in the earlier stages of England's run chase. Root was dismissed with England's score reading 59-2. AP
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New Zealand's Colin de Grandhomme celebrates after dismissing Joe Root in the earlier stages of England's run chase. Root was dismissed with England's score reading 59-2. AP
England's Jos Buttler celebrates after scoring a fifty. He played a knock of 59 runs off 60 balls. AP
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England's Jos Buttler celebrates after scoring a fifty. He played a knock of 59 runs off 60 balls. AP
England's Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler react after scoring 15 runs in the Super Over after the match ended in a tie. AP
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England's Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler react after scoring 15 runs in the Super Over after the match ended in a tie. AP
James Neesham in action during New Zealand's chase in the Super Over. The Kiwis, too, ended up on 15 runs, but England were declared World champions on the basis of boundaries scored. For the Kiwis, it was their second loss in as many World Cup finals. AP
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James Neesham in action during New Zealand's chase in the Super Over. The Kiwis, too, ended up on 15 runs, but England were declared World champions on the basis of boundaries scored. For the Kiwis, it was their second loss in as many World Cup finals. AP