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Cricket World Cup final drama never to be repeated after ICC super over change

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After the boundary countback rule has been abolished in ICC events england win over New Zealand from the 2019 World Cup final will never be replicated.
After both sides struck on 15 in the super over – a one-over shootout – England won since they had scored boundaries.
The super over in the semi-finals and finals will be repeated until a team has scored more than another.
Group matches are going to have super.
The match is going to be a draw, if the superb over, which previously only applied in the game phases, is tied at the group phase then.
The ICC stated the super more than isa thrilling and participating finish into the match and will remain in place covering all matches at ODI and T20I World Cups.
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Also resulting from the ICC board meeting in Dubai, prize money to ICC womens events will undoubtedly soon likely probably be increased by $2.6m (#2.1m).
In the Womens T20 World Cup in Australia next season, the winners and runners up will now get $1m (Number 795,000) and $500,000 (Number 397,900) respectively; five times the sum on offer in 2018.
For the Womens World Cup in 2021, the prize pot will increase to $3.5m (#2.78m) in the $2m (#1.59m) if England earned in 2017.
The board approved the introduction of an Under-19 Womens T20 World Cup, together with the very first variant to be performed at 2021 and every 2 years in Bangladesh later.
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