"The New Zealand players will be devastated on their way back home but they should be forever proud of how they performed in the World Cup final", he added.
"I'm sure it'll be reviewed (and) there are many different ways that they'll probably explore."The Black Caps coach shrugged off suggestions England had been mistakenly handed an extra run after a throw from the deep hit the bat of a diving Ben Stokes' and rolled past the boundary rope in the final over of regular play". New Zealand, who were cruising at one stage, lost their last three round-robin games and it was on superior net run-rate that they managed to book a place in the semifinals.
"He (Eoin Morgan) knew, even without me saying - I had to go and double check and say "Morgs, am I bowling?' and he was like 'yeah yeah yeah" so its nice to know that he trusts me when there's so much riding on it", he said.
"The umpires are there to rule and they're human as well - and, like players, sometimes errors are made".
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He said that was a shame but the New Zealanders had signed up to the rules that governed the tournament. "It will go down in history as one that got away from us".
The New Zealand captain and his teammates have been widely praised for the grace with which they accepted the gut-wrenching defeat.
"At the moment, however, with some players arriving back at different times, some not arriving back at all, and others having alternative playing commitments, it's just not practical", he added.
White acknowledged the support from New Zealand and said the team is keen to have the chance to publicly express their appreciation and gratitude. "We have a team that will be spoken of in awe for generations to come".