New Zealand got a raw deal in 2019 ICC World Cup final when England were adjudged the winners on the basis of their superior boundary count after the epic game and also the ensuing Super Over ended in a tie
Last year saw the Sussex quick establish himself on the global stage as he helped England win their first men's 50-over global title, with Jofra Archer's 20 wickets at 23.05 the most taken by any member of the champions' squad
Sri Lankan umpire Kumar Dharamsena's controversial decision to give six runs to England's total, instead of five, from a deflected overthrow effectively sealed the faith for New Zealand in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 final
The player in question had specifically requested for his wife to stay with him for more than the permissible period of 15 days during India's ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 campaign, but it was shot down by the Committee of Administrators (CoA), which had laid down the rules
The overthrow rules drew MCC's attention after New Zealand were left to rue a last-over overthrow that went for four after getting a deflection of Ben Stokes' bat to help England take the 2019 World Cup final into Super Over and eventually lift the trophy via boundary count.
Eoin Morgan, who led England to their maiden Cricket World Cup win earlier this month, said it would be a "big commitment" to continue until the showpiece event in 2023, with next year's T20 World Cup a "more realistic" target.
Most modern teams pack their dream XIs with all-rounders. History has shown how these 'bits-and-pieces' cricketers have been match-winners and India's campaign in ICC World Cup 2019 will revolve around a Hardik Pandya or a Vijay Shankar