The England women's team, who went on a tour to New Zealand, have also defeated the hosts in the T20 after winning the ODI series. In the second T20I match played in Wellington on Friday, the visiting team trailed by 6 wickets to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series, while the third and final T20 match of the series is yet to be played in Wellington on Sunday.
With the help of Freya Davis's superb bowling and Tammy Beaumont's Fifty, it won. New Zealand's team could only score 123 runs on 9 wickets after being invited to bat first. Only 4 of his batsmen reached double digits, with Amy Satterweight contributing the highest number of 49 runs. For England, fast bowler Freya Davis took 4 for 23 while Natalie Siver and Sarah Glenn took 2-2 wickets.
England achieved the target by losing 4 wickets in 17.2 overs. He also did not start well and at one time his score was 30 runs for two wickets. After this Beaumont (63 off 53 balls) and captain Heather Knight (39 off 39 balls) shared an 83-run partnership for the third wicket which proved to be decisive.
The visiting team had earlier defeated the hosts 2–1 in the ODI series and captured the series. Even then, he made an unbeatable lead by winning the first two matches of the ODI series. She later lost the third ODI match but by then she had done the series in her name. In this way, England, who went on a tour of New Zealand, has named both the series of this tour.