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

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Following the boundary countback rule was abolished in ICC events, the extraordinary win over New Zealand in the 2019 World Cup final of england will not be repeated.
After 15 was hit by either side from the super – a one-over shootout – England won because theyd scored more bounds in the game.
The super over from the semi-finals and finals will be repeated until one team has scored over another.
Group matches will have a superb.
The match will be a lure if the super over, that only applied in the game phases, is tied at the group stage.
The ICC said the super over isan exciting and engaging conclusion into the match and will remain in place covering all games at the ODI and T20I World Cups.
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Also leading to the ICC board meeting in Dubai, prize cash for ICC womens events will undoubtedly be increased by $2.6m (#2.1m).
At the Womens T20 World Cup in Australia next season, the winners and runners will now receive $1m (Number 795,000) and $500,000 (Number 397,900) respectively; five times the sum on offer in 2018.
For the Womens World Cup at 2021, the prize pot increases to $3.5m (#2.78m) from the $2m (#1.59m) when England won in 2017.
The board also approved the introduction of an Under-19 Womens T20 World Cup, using the very first edition to be played in Bangladesh at 2021 and every two years later.
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