In Pics: ICC World Cup 2019 | New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets

In Pics: ICC World Cup 2019 | New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets
The match number 25 featured New Zealand taking on South Africa at the Edgbaston in Birmingham on Wednesday. New Zealand beat South Africa by four wickets and remains unbeaten in the tournament. With this win, New Zealand gains two more points and now is at the top of the Standings. (Image credit: Getty Images)
In Pics: ICC World Cup 2019 | New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets
Firstly, New Zealand won the toss and chose to field first. (Image credit: Getty Images)
In Pics: ICC World Cup 2019 | New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets
South African openers Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla comes out to bat but Trent Boult scalped first wicket for New Zealand in de Kock. (Image credit: Getty Images)
In Pics: ICC World Cup 2019 | New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets
Highest run scorer for the Porteas was Hashim Amla and Rassie van der Dussen with 55 and 67 runs respectively. (Image credit: Getty Images)
In Pics: ICC World Cup 2019 | New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets
South African could somehow manage to score 242 on board in 50.0 overs. (Image credit: Getty Images)
In Pics: ICC World Cup 2019 | New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets
In reply, Kiwis openers Martin Guptil and Colin Munro comes out in the middle to chase down 242. But, Kasigo Rabada gives early dent to New Zealand in Colin Munro. (Image credit: Getty Images)
In Pics: ICC World Cup 2019 | New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets
For South Africa, Chris Morris took most number of wickets and gave just 49 runs in 10 overs. (Image credit: Getty Images)
In Pics: ICC World Cup 2019 | New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets
But, it was stellar innings from the New Zealand captain which led Kiwis to chinch win against the Proteas. However, the game became super-exciting when New Zealand required 12 runs of 7 balls in the end. And, it was Kane Williamson who took the team to the finish line. (Image credit: Getty Images)