Harshly perhaps, that total was commuted down a run before New Zealand began their chase – on the grounds that David Willey’s single from the last ball of the innings came when the ball was already dead, as he had already been given out lbw before DRS proved otherwise.
The Kiwis’ reply was soon in trouble though.
Munro became Chris Woakes’ 100th wicket in ODIs when he charged him but edged behind, and then Willey bagged Kane Williamson – also caught by Buttler as he tried to open the face.
After Martin Guptill then drove Woakes straight into the hands of Stokes at cover, the 10-over score was 28 for three.
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