JOS Buttler admitted he was lost for words after England sealed their first ever men's Cricket World Cup trophy in incredible circumstances at Lord's.

England won by virtue of scoring more boundaries after the teams tied after 50 overs and during the dramatic super over that followed.

Buttler completed the run out which won England the game at the end of the super over - Martin Guptill short of his ground after coming back for what would have been the match-winning second run - and also scored a vital 59 in the 50 overs having come to the wicket at 86-4.

The Taunton-born wicketkeeper also scored seven from three balls in the super over in a day the former Somerset star will never forget.

He told the BBC's Test Match Special: "Unbelievable, isn't it?

"This great game has served up so many special moments but I don't think anyone has even seen anything quite like that.

"I don't know who threw it in at the end - and I don't care! It was close enough to the stumps and I didn't have much work to do.

"It is so hard to put into words what it is like here - the atmosphere, a World Cup final at Lord's - this is the best moment ever in my cricket career.

"Having won, we can now think about the journey we have been on to get here.

"It is an unbelievable thing we have done and we've completed it in ridiculous fashion.

"No team deserved to lose but look at these scenes, it's unbelievable."

Former England captain Michael Vaughan said: "This is exactly what cricket needed.

"In five or six years' time, there'll be kids in the street who were inspired by Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler."