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Kiwi cricketers were happy with the defeat of England in the EURO CUP, commented on WC 2019 in gestures

England lost 2-3 to Italy in a penalty shootout in the Euro Cup final on Sunday. The Kiwi cricketers have rejoiced over his defeat.

On Sunday, the England football team was very close to winning its first Euro Cup title. After full time in the match, his score was tied at 1-1 but in the penalty shoot-out he lost his hand and he lost 2-3 in this match. After this defeat, the players of New Zealand remembered their defeat in the Cricket World Cup 2019 (CWC 2019) and they have enjoyed here from England on the pretext of Euro Cup.Also Read – Kevin Pietersen furious with racial remarks on players in Euro Cup Final, ‘We don’t deserve to organize FIFA’

Former New Zealand cricketer Scott Styris and all-rounder Jimmy Neesham have taken a jibe at England’s defeat in their own style. He has indirectly taken a dig at his victory in the Cricket World Cup 2019 here. Also Read – New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 2nd ODI: James Neesham showed great ‘football skills’, this is how Tamim Iqbal was run out

Let us tell you that in the 2019 World Cup final between England and New Zealand, the match was decided in a different way. Then England and New Zealand played a super over after the match was tied and England was declared the winner of the title on the basis of more boundaries. After this, the experts had expressed a lot of surprise on this rule of ICC. After this, the ICC has now changed the rule of having a super over tie. Now the rule of throwing the second super over has been brought after the first super over is tied. Also Read – During the batting in Sydney ODI, Maxwell apologized to KL Rahul, Jimmy Neesham made fun of him

Although the players of New Zealand have still not been able to forget this defeat. He has had fun with England, expressing the grief of his World Cup defeat on England’s defeat in the Euro Cup. Scott Styris tweeted, ‘I don’t understand….. England got more corners…. He is the champion.

At the same time, Kiwi all-rounder Jimmy Neesham also tweeted and wrote, ‘Why is there a penalty shootout here and why is he not being made the winner, who has passed more passes.’ The hashtag Joking Jimmy has also shared a laughing laughter emoji with it.

However, if we talk about the winning Italy here, after winning the FIFA World Cup in 2006, this is the first time after 15 years that it has won a major title in football.


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