Highest Impact Player of the match

Jason Roy (7.49)

Highest Impact Batsman

Jason Roy (7.49)

Highest Impact Bowler

Ben Stokes (4.79)

Highest Impact Player (New Zealand)

Colin Munro (3.89)

Highest Economy Impact (Bowler)

Chris Jordan (1.18)

Highest Strike Rate Impact (Batsman)

Jason Roy (1.15)

England ended New Zealand’s unbeaten run, and their title hopes, following a comprehensive seven-wicket win in Delhi on Wednesday (30 Mar).

Jason Roy was the highest impact player, and batsman, of the first semifinal. Scoring nearly 50% of the target, and at a very fast pace ( Strike Rate Impact ), his effort alone put paid to New Zealand’s ambitions. His 44-ball-78 had Partnership-Building Impact (highlighted by an 82-run opening stand with Alex Hales) and Chasing Impact . It was the highest impact performance of his T20I career.

Ben Stokes was the highest impact bowler for his three top/middle-order wickets. He had the second-highest Economy Impact in the match, behind Chris Jordan. The pair were extremely effective in stemming the flow of runs as New Zealand threatened to post a big total.

Colin Munro’s 32-ball-46 saw him finish as New Zealand’s highest impact player. His innings came under pressure (following the early wicket of Martin Guptill) and had Partnership-Building Impact (for his 74-run stand for the second wicket with Kane Williamson).

Based on each side’s performance, England had a 128% higher impact than New Zealand in the match – indicative of how thoroughly New Zealand were outplayed. England had eight players with a Match Impact of more than 1 (minimum impact for a performance to not be deemed as a failure). New Zealand, in stark comparison, had only five such players.


Karthik Swaminathan