'We have, over the years, seen that anybody can beat anybody regardless of the breed of the dog!'
Kane’s New Zealand will not make it easy for Eoin & Co.
Gooch, who played in three World Cup finals, feels ‘it’s 60-40 in England’s favour’
As the World Cup final will then be underway, it’s but natural that Gower would like to return to Lord’s at the earliest
'Overall, New Zealand are a bit short on bowling and a bit short on batting'
'England, I think, are primed to play well and have been peaking at the right time'
'Obviously, Jason Roy’s return after an injury has made a huge difference and the partnership he has forged with Jonny Bairstow at the top of the order has been remarkable'
Icon questions team management, says public is ‘entitled to answers’
The World Cup will be having new champions after 23 long years
In addition to the 30% fine, two demerit points have been added to Roy’s disciplinary record
Sourav Niyogi, settled in London for 17 years, recounts his experience at the Lord's
Two-time World Cup winner salutes Morgan and Williamson
New Zealand, like Roger Federer, did absolutely everything but win
'It’s a clear mistake… it’s an error of judgement. They (England) should have been awarded five runs, not six'
The hosts were crowned the world champions on the basis of the number of boundaries they had hit
Ben Stokes hogs the limelight
England struck 22x4, 2x6; New Zealand had 14x4, 2x6
In the end, the winner had to be decided on the number of boundaries hit