Jos Buttler

CLOSE...BUT YET SO FAR: England’s Jos Buttler runs out New Zealand’s Martin Guptill on the last ball of a Super Over --which also ended in a tie as the hosts clinched the title on countback of more boundaries scored -- in yesterday’s World Cup final at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London. —Photo: AFP

The familiar saying “you’ll find a Bajan anwhere in the World” hit home in the ICC Cricket World Cup final yesterday when England won the most thrilling match to stun New Zealand at Lord’s.

In London With a Super Over left to decide which team will win cricket’s most prestigious trophy, Barbadian-born Jofra Archer, produced the most important six balls of his short career so far to ensure that England won their first ever title.

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