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We've beaten a side who usually do well in these competitions, we've eliminated a very good side.
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England captain Paul Collingwood failed to hide his delight after leading his players to a third ICC World Twenty20 victory in a row in the Caribbean.
Collingwood and his troops emphatically booked their place in a first ever T20 semi-final by finishing Group E of the Super Eights stage in top spot.
After overcoming both Pakistan and South Africa, England ended the Kiwis' hopes of progressing with a three-wicket triumph in St Lucia.
Tight bowling and sharp fielding restricted New Zealand to 149-6, and England chased down the total with five balls to spare thanks to valuable contributions from Michael Lumb (32), Eoin Morgan (40), Luke Wright (24) and Tim Bresnan (23 not out).
Speaking after the latest success, Collingwood told Sky Sports 1: "It was crucial you keep going and stay in winning ways. There are areas we can improve on but it was another solid performance.
"We lost a few wickets in the middle so we could do a little bit better there and the fielding wasn't up to our usual standard but I'm delighted with how we've gone and momentum is one of the crucial things you can have in the finals.
"We've got a bunch of guys who talk a lot about things off the pitch, do a lot of planning and they executed the plans well today.
"We've beaten a side who usually do well in these competitions, we've eliminated a very good side."
New Zealand skipper Daniel Vettori felt his side were 20 runs short of a winning total, while also believing England have what it takes to go on and win the trophy.
"We could have bowled better, we needed to take wickets in clumps and we probably took them a little too late, but in all forms of the game batting has probably been our problem - not putting enough runs on the board," he said.
"150 was a competitive total but maybe 20 below par and we couldn't put pressure on them.
"We have some talented batsmen but there were not enough runs today."
Asked about his thoughts on England's prospects in the knockout stage, Vettori said: "Any team with momentum has a very good chance and they've won three very good games now so they'll be a dangerous team to play in the semis."