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Match 1: England started their campaign with a 104-run win over South Africa.
Ben Stokes (89 runs, 2 wickets, 1 spectacular catch) exhibited his supreme all-round skill. 4 batsmen got fifties.
Jofra Archer pegged back SA with his opening spell. Top win
#CWC19 #WCThread #ENGvSA
Match 2: West Indies bowled out Pakistan for 105 & registered a 7-wicket win.
This is Pakistan’s 11th consecutive loss in completed ODIs.
West Indies pacers troubled Pakistan with extra pace and short deliveries.
Gayle Scored an attacking fifty
#PAKvWI #WIvPAK #WCThread #CWC19
Match 3: New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 10 wickets at Cardiff.
New Zealand pacers kept the pressure on SL bowling them out for 136. Karunaratne carried his bat.
Munro-Guptill chased the target with ease.
Excellent start for @BLACKCAPS
#NZvSL #SLvNZ #WCThread
Match 4: Defending champions Australia begin their World Cup 2019 campaign with an easy 7-wicket win over Afghanistan.
Warner, who made his return to international cricket after March 2018, scored an unbeaten 89 and guided Australia home
#AUSvAFG #AFGvAus #WCThread
Match 5: Bangladesh beat South Africa by 21 runs at The Oval.
Shakib-Mushfiqur Rahim showed their experience and their 142-run p’ship was crucial. SA kept losing wickets at regular intervals. Bangladesh spinners kept the pressure. Well deserved win for @BCBtigers
Match 6: After losing 11 completed ODIs, Pakistan beat World No.1 England by 14 runs. Batting department impressed after poor show v WI. One thing that stood out was opening the bowling with Shadab. He got Roy.
Top effort @TheRealPCB
Match 7: Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 34 runs (DLS method).
Afghanistan gave SL a massive scare. Nuwan Pradeep (4 wickets) made the difference.
Experienced Malinga finished it off.
Match 8: Rohit Sharma scored an unbeaten 122 to power India to a fine 6-wicket win v South Africa.
Yuzvendra Chahal picked four wickets that pegged back SA considerably.
Excellent start to India’s World Cup campaign
Match 9: New Zealand won a tense contest against Bangladesh at The Oval.
Good comeback by Bangladesh bowlers after Taylor & Williamson’s 110-run stand.Taylor (82) batted well.
Bangladesh (244) were 15-20 runs short.
Matt Henry 4 wickets was the bowling star for NZ
Match 10: Australia beat WI by 15 runs at Nottingham. Great recovery from 79/5 to 288. No.8 Nathan Coulter-Nile Scored 92 which highlights the depth in Australia’s batting. Mitchell Starc took 5 wickets dismissing Gayle, Russell, Brathwaite and Holder
Match 11: Pakistan v Sri Lanka game was abandoned due to the wet outfield and no play was possible.
Sri Lanka got their first points against Pakistan in the World Cup. Pakistan have beaten SL on all 7 occasions before
Match 12: England beat Bangladesh by 106 runs at Cardiff.
Jason Roy hit 153 (121) and powered England to 386.
In reply, Bangladesh fought well thanks to Shakib’s ton.
Opening spell from Archer was quite fiery
Match 13: Jimmy Neesham picked up his maiden five-wicket haul to peg back Afghanistan at Taunton.
Afghanistan were bowled out for 172.
New Zealand won comfortably by 7 wickets thus registering a hat-trick of wins in #CWC19
Match 14: Clinical performance from Team India to beat Australia by 36 runs.
Dhawan Scored a fine hundred, Rohit and Kohli Scored fifties. Cameos from Hardik, MSD and Rahul powered India to 352. Bowling unit kept the pressure on. Clinical win
Match 15 & 16: Rain abandoned two games — West Indies v South Africa at Southampton.
Bangladesh and Sri Lanka game at Bristol was washed out as well
Match 17: David Warner hit his third consecutive ton v Pakistan in ODIs.
Australia beat Pakistan at Taunton — registering their 9th successive ODI win v Pakistan.
Amir was brilliant for Pakistan—picked his maiden five wicket haul in ODIs
Match 18: The game between India and NZ was washed out without a ball being bowled.
Both the teams are still unbeaten in the competition
Match 19: Joe Root’s all-round performance powered England to a fine 8 wicket win at Southampton.
England bowled well and dismissed WI for 212. Wood and Archer took three each.
In reply England chased the total in the 34th over
Match 20: Aaron Finch Scored 153 — his highest ODI score — which powered Australia to a fine 87-run win at The Oval. Mitchell Starc picked four wickets and never let SL dominate. With this win Australia are now the table toppers.
Match 21: Imran Tahir picked four wickets and powered SA to their first win in CWC 2019. Afghanistan lost their way and never looked in control
Match 22: India beat Pakistan for the seventh time in World Cup cricket. The 89-run clinical win (DLS method) was largely due to Rohit Sharma’s 140 and Kohli’s 77.
Pakistan kept losing wickets at regular intervals.
Top win for India
Match 23: Bangladesh beat West Indies by 7 wickets as they chased 322 with 51 balls remaining.
Shakib Al Hasan 124* and Liton Das 94* added 189 for the 4th wicket
Match 24: Eoin Morgan hit 57-ball tin which included 17 sixes — most sixes in an ODI innings.
England Scored 397/6 — their highest WC score.
Afghanistan lost by 150 runs.
England are now on top of the points table
Match 25: Kane Williamson played one of the best innings under pressure against South Africa at Edgbaston.
Took the game deep and hit a six in the final over.
NZ are now at the top of the points table
Probably the match of the tournament
Match 26: David Warner (166) helped Australia reach 381.
Bangladesh Scored 333 thanks to Mushfiqur Rahim’s 102. Great fightback from Bangladesh but sadly that wasn’t enough
Match 27: Excellent 20-run win for Sri Lanka against tournament favourites England. Lasith Malinga took 4 wickets and exhibited his class.
What a big win for @OfficialSLC
England haven’t beaten Sri Lanka in WC since 1999.
Pakistan and SL have beaten England in #CWC19 #ENGvSL
Match 28: India beat Afghanistan by 11 runs in Southampton.
Afghanistan spinners kept the pressure and restricted India to 224.
Afghanistan took the game till the last over but lost. Kudos to Bumrah and hat-trick hero Mohammed Shami
Match 29: Iconic moment from last night’s game. Carlos Brathwaite Scored a ton and almost singlehandedly took WI home.
Sadly WI fell short by 5 runs.
Kane Williamson hit 148 and showed his class. Best game of the tournament
NZ is at the top of the table
Match 30: Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs at Lord’s.
Great batting display to post 308. Haris Sohail 89(59) looked solid and made the difference.
Pakistan bowling impressed. Fielding not so much but that didn’t prove costly. SA are out of SF contention
Match 31: Shakib Al Hasan became the second player to score a fifty and take a five-for in a WC game. His all-round performance helped Bangladesh beat Afghanistan by 62 runs
@BCBtigers @Sah75official
Match 32: Australia reach the SF and beat England comprehensively.
Finch led from the front and scored a ton.
Left-arm pacers Behrendorff and Mitchell Starc took 9 wickets between them and pegged back England
Match 33: Babar Azam hit a fine ton — his 10th in 68 innings in ODIs — to take Pakistan to a 6-wicket win. Pakistan end NZ’s unbeaten run in this World Cup.
Pakistan’s journey remarkably similar to 1992.
Match 34: Team India beat West Indies by 125 runs and remains the only unbeaten side of the tournament. Another win and India would reach their 7th World Cup SF.
West Indies are now out of the SF reckoning
Match 35: South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 9 wickets.This means SL’s chances of qualifying for SFs is beyond their control.They’ve to win all their remaining games for that possibility.
After Pretorios’ brilliance with the ball fifties from Faf and Amla endured an easy win
Match 36: Excellent win for Pakistan in a cliffhanger against Afghanistan. Pakistan held their nerve under pressure especially Imad Wasim who saw his team home. Shaheen Shah Afridi has been mighty impressive (4 wkts)
Hard luck, Afghanistan
Match 37: Mitchell Starc picked up his third five-wicket haul in World Cup cricket—the most for any player in WC history. Alex Carey-Usman Khawaja Scored fifties — rescued Australia from 92/5 & stitched 107-run stand
Australia are Guaranteed a finish in the top 2
Match 38: England keep their World Cup hopes alive by beating India by 31 runs at Edgbaston.
Roy-Bairstow’s century stand setup things for England as they posted 337. England bowled well & kept the pressure on India at all times.Rohit Scored a ton but that wasn’t enough #ENGvIND
Match 39: Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 23 runs at Chester-le-Street.
Avishka Fernando showed his class and hit a fine ton to power SL to 338. In reply, WI fought hard thank to Pooran’s Ton but that wasn’t enough.
Match 40: India beat Bangladesh to reach their seventh World Cup semifinal. The chief architect for this win was Rohit Sharma who scored his fourth ton in this World Cup.
Jasprit Bumrah (4 wickets) was mighty impressive
Match 41: England beat New Zealand for the first time in WC since 1983. With this win England have entered the WC SF for the first time since 1992
Match 42: West Indies beat Afghanistan by 23 runs to end the tournament on a winning note after 5 losses. Chris Gayle player his last WC game. Afghanistan fought well — Rahmat Shah and Ikram Alikhil showed promise.
Match 43: Pakistan end their World Cup campaign with a fine win over Bangladesh.Shaheen Afridi picked 6 wickets.Pakistan won 4 consecutive games in #CWC19
If they would’ve got their combination right earlier, they would’ve been dangerous in the knockout stages
Match 44: Another day, another ton for Rohit Sharma—his 5th in this World Cup. What a player!
KL Rahul too notched up a ton as India beat SL by 7 wickets.
India finish on top of the points table.
Match 45: Faf du Plessis registered the first ton by SA in #CWC19
Van der Dussen (95) was also brilliant.
SA beat Australia by 10 runs. Thus Australia finish 2nd and will play England in Edgbaston on July 11th.
Semi-Final 1: New Zealand beat India by 18 runs to reach their second World Cup final.
Defending 239, NZ got 4 wickets in PP and put pressure on India.
Williamson & Taylor played crucial knocks. Bowling unit stepped up. Guptill running out MSD was crucial
Semi-final 2: England reach a World Cup final after 27 years.
Clinical performance from England as they beat the defending champions by 8 wickets at Birmingham. The bowling unit stepped up and Roy played a superb innings to take England home
Final: England beat New Zealand on boundary count to clinch their maiden World Cup title.
This has to be the best ever ODI played — even the Super Over ended in a tie.
💔 for NZ — were brilliant.
Ben Stokes played a blinder
#CWC19Final #EngvNZL #EngVsNZ
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