NEW ZEALAND should be scorching below the collar following England’s sensational World Cup last triumph.
Nevertheless it was pundit Nasser Hussain who actually obtained it within the neck – after the previous England skipper appeared on TV afterwards together with his shirt wrongly buttoned up.
The Sky Sports activities analyst was removed from a natty Hussain as his wonky look caught the attention of viewers.
Some tickled their humorous bone with a collar moan as they noticed the batting legend with one facet of his shirt sticking up just like the high-winged wonders worn by TV comedian Harry Hill.
England’s super-over victory after they tied with the Black Cats’ 50-over whole of 241 lit up an already-electric ambiance at Lord’s.
Nevertheless it was nonetheless not vivid sufficient for Hussain to right away spot his distressing dressing error.
To be truthful to the ex-batsman he was caught up in almighty celebrations as champagne fizzed and flowed from England’s ecstatic gamers and employees.
And it appeared Nass’s button-bungling got here from a fast change of clothes – as no-one’s shirt may have remained so crisp and recent after gamers, followers and pundits all sweated over who would win arguably essentially the most momentous last in historical past.
However Hussain’s immaculately-ironed shirt nonetheless creased up viewers.
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At one stage you would have bet your last collar that New Zealand would triumph but England refused to jacket in.
Ultimately, though, it was the Black Cats who were gown and out as Jimmy Neesham was run out off the last ball of the six extra deliveries.
That left the sides level on 15 apiece, meaning England trousered their first ever World Cup final victory, due to most boundaries hit.