After Losing the World Cup, New Zealand’s PM made a big statement.


In the World Cup 2019, the winner’s decision was not decided by the win or loss, but it was decided on the basis of rules, which is not considered right in New Zealand.

Not only this, neither England nor New Zealand won this match, but the controversy over the cup will continue for next several years. In this connection, New Zealand’s PM and the media there gave tremendous reaction. So let us know what is special for you in this article?

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern joked that she has been “traumatised” by her country’s Cricket World Cup defeat after they lost a nail-biting final to England.

Although England won the World Cup 2019 final, it is not true. Indeed, the 50-over match was tie-up, and by then people had come to know that if the super overs were also tie, England would only get the victory. For this reason, when Martin Guptill was run out on the last ball, England had started celebrating even before the decision of the Third Umpire, and the dissapointment was seen on New Zealand’s face.

New Zealan’s Prime Minister Said:

Notably, The Queen of England also had a message for the new World Champions congratulating the team on their maiden World Cup victory.

“Prince Philip and I send our warmest congratulations to the England Men’s Cricket team after such a thrilling victory in today’s World Cup Final. I also extend my commiserations to the runners-up New Zealand, who competed so admirably in today’s contest and throughout the tournament,” said the message posted on the Royal Family’s official Twitter account.

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