World Cup Final: New Zealand, not an easy side to beat says, Eoin Morgan

After beating Australia in the semi-final, Morgan and eleven has to cross one more hurdle to lift the first World Cup title.

England skipper Eoin Morgan has said that New Zealand will be a difficult team to beat.

Eoin Morgan’s England will face Kane Williamson’s New Zealand at Lord’s in World Cup 2019 final on July 14 in a bid to claim their maiden World Cup title.

England’s changed approach for the 50 over format since World Cup 2015 has served them to reach final of the World Cup 2019.

England has played a remarkable 50 over cricket since World Cup 2015 where they faced an early exit.

“It’s been a process for the last four years,” Morgan said after his team ended Australia’s title defense at Edgbaston.

Morgan described Joe Root as the ‘glue’ in the lineup which includes a bevy of swashbuckling match-winners such as Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes.

Talking about the New Zealand side whom they face in the finals, Morgan said, “I think New Zealand throughout the whole tournament has been probably the hardest side to beat and the best side in the group stages.”

“Their performance in the semi-final was probably their best. They will be a difficult side to beat on Sunday,” said Morgan.

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