England were unlucky to run into Tim Southee during their World Cup match against co-hosts New Zealand. The Kiwi pacer was in the form of his life as he picked up 7 wickets to bundle England for 123.
Southee became only the 8th pacer in World Cup history to pick up 7 wickets in a match. He finished with figures of 7/31 in 9 overs.
He now also has the best bowling figures for a New Zealander, bettering Shane Bond's 6/19 against Australia in 2003.
Thanks also to Brendon McCullum's batting exploits, New Zealand won the match against England by 8 wickets.
Tim Southee is now the leading wicket-taker of the 2015 WC with 11 strikes in 3 matches.