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  ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Results & Stats
BHUBANESWAR,12 Jun 2019 (Team Orisports)
 

India beat defending champions Australia by 36 runs to register back-to-back wins in the 12th edition of Mens Cricket World Cup, which is being held in England from 30 May, 2019. India earlier beat South Africa by six wickets. India will next play New Zealand at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on June 13. A total of 10 nations are participating in this World Cup.

HIGHLIGHTS:
*     England allrounder Ben Stokes was the star of the opening match, top-scoring with 89, taking a brilliant catch and bagging two wickets for 12 runs.

RESULTS:

May 30, Thursday
(Match 1, Kennington Oval, London): England 311/8 in 50 overs (Ben Stokes 89, Eoin Morgan 57, Jason Roy 54; Lungi Ngidi 3/66, Imran Tahir 2/61, Kasigo Rabada 2/66) beat South Africa 207/10 in 39.5 overs (Quinton de Kock 68, Rassie van der Dussen 50, Andile Phehlukwayo 24; Jofra Archer 3/27, Ben Stokes 2/12, Liam Plunkett 2/37) by 104 runs. MoM: Ben Stokes.

May 31 (Match 2, Trent Bridge, Nottingham): Pakistan 105/10 in 21.4 overs (Fakhar Zaman 22, Babar Azam 22; Oshane Thomas 4/27, Jason Holder 3/42, Andre Russell 2/4) lost to West Indies 108/3 in 13.4 overs (Chris Gayle 50, Nicholas Pooran 34*; Mohammad Amir 3/26) by 7 wkts. MoM: Oshane Thomas.

June 1 (Match 3, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff): Sri Lanka 136/10 in 29.2 overs (Dimuth Karunaratne 52*, Kusal Perera 29, Thisara Perera 27; Lockie Ferguson 3/22, Matt Henry 3/29) lost to New Zealand 137/0 in 16.1 overs (Martyn Guptill 73*, Colin Munro 58*) by 10 wkts. MoM: Matt Henry.

June 1 (Match 4, County Ground, Bristol): Afghanistan 207/10 in 38.2 overs (Najibullah Zadran 51, Rahmat Shah 43, Gulbadin Naib 31, Rashid Khan 27; Patt Cummins 3/40, Adam Zampa 3/60, Marcus Stoinis 2/37) lost to Australia 209/3 in 34.5 overs (David Warner 89*, Aaron Finch 66) by 7 wkts. MoM: David Warner.

June 2 (Match 5, Kennington Oval, London): Bangladesh 330/6 in 50 overs (Mushfiqur Rahim 78, Shakib Al Hasan 75, Mahmudullah 46*, Soumya Sarkar 42, Mosaddek Hossain 26, Mohammad Mithun 21; Andile Phehlukwayo 2/52, Imran Tahir 2/57, Chris Morris 2/73) beat South Africa 309/8 in 50 overs (F du Plessis 62, A Markram 45, JP Duminy 45, HE van der Dussen 41, David Miller 38, Q de Kock 23; Mustafizur Rahman 3/67, Mohammad Saifuddin 2/57) by 21 runs. MoM: Shakib Al Hasan.

June 3 (Match 6, Trent Bridge, Nottingham): Pakistan 348/8 in 50 overs (Mohammad Hafeez 84, Babar Azam 63, Sarfaraz Ahmed 55, Imam-ul-Haq 44, Fakhar Zaman 36; Moin Ali 3/50, Chris Woakes 3/71, M Wood 2/53) beat England 334/9 in 50 overs (Joe Root 107, J Buttler 103, J Bairstow 32, C Woakes 21; Wahab Riaz 3/82, Shadab Khan 2/63, Mohammad Amir 2/67) by 14 runs. MoM: Mohammad Hafeez.

June 4 (Match 7, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff): Sri Lanka 201/10 in 36.5 overs (Kusal Perera 78, Dimuth Karunaratne 30, Lahiru Thirimanne 25; Mohammad Nabi 4/30, Rashid Khan 2/17, Dawlat Zadran 2/34) beat Afghanistan 152/10 in 32.4 overs (Najibullah Zadran 43, Hazratullah Zazai 30, Gulbadin Naib 23; Nuwan Pradeep 4/31, Lasith Malinga 3/39) by 34 runs (D/L Method). MoM: Nuwan Pradeep.

June 5 (Match 8, The Rose Bowl, Southampton): South Africa 227/9 in 50 overs (Chris Morris 42, F du Plessis 38, Andile Phehlukwayo 34, David Miller 31, K Rabada 31*, HE van der Dussen 22; Yuzvendra Chahal 4/51, Jasprit Bumrah 2/35, Bhuvneshwar Kumar 2/44) lost to India 230/4 in 47.3 overs (Rohit Sharma 122*, MS Dhoni 34, KL Rahul 26; K Rabada 2/39) by 6 wkts. MoM: Rohit Sharma.

June 5 (Match 9, Kennington Oval, London): Bangladesh 244/10 in 49.2 overs (Shakib Al Hasan 64, Mohammad Saifuddin 29, Mohammad Mithun 26, Soumya Sarkar 25, Tamim Iqbal 24, Mahamudullah 20; Matt Henry 4/47, T Boult2/44) lost to New Zealand 248/8 in 47.1 overs (Ross Taylor 82, Ken Williamson 40, M Guptill 25, J Neesham 25, C Munro24; Mosaddek Hossain 2/33, Mohammad Saifuddin 2/41, Mehidy Hasan Miraz 2/47, Shakib Al Hasan 2/47) by 2 wkts. MoM: Ross Taylor.

June 6 (Match 10, Trent Bridge, Nottingham): Australia 288/10 in 49 overs (Nathan Coulter Nile 92, Steve Smith 73, A Carey 45; C Brathwaite 3/67, Andre Russell 2/41, S Cottrell 2/56, O Thomas 2/63) beat West Indies 273/9 in 50 overs (S Hope 68, J Holder 51, N Pooran 40, C Gayle 21, S Hetmyer 21; Mitchel Starc 5/46, P Cummins 2/41) by 15 runs. MoM: Nathan Coulter Nile.

June 7 (Match 11, County Ground, Bristol): Pakistan vs Sri Lanka (Match abandoned without a ball bowled).

June 8 (Match 12, Sophia Gardens, Cardiff): England 386/6 in 50 overs (J Roy 153, J Buttler 64, J Bairstow 51, E Morgan 35, L Plunkett 27*, J Root 21; Mehidy Hasan Miraz 2/67, Mohammad Saifuddin 2/78) beat Bangladesh 280/10 in 48.5 overs (Shakib Al Hasan 121, Mushfiqur Rahim 44, Mahamudullah 28, Mosaddek Hossain 26; B Stokes 3/23, J Archer 3/29, M Wood 2/52) by 106 runs. MoM: Jason Roy.

June 8 (Match 13, The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton): Afghanistan 172/10 in 41.1 overs (Hashmatullah Shahidi 59, Hazrafullah Zazai 34, Noor Ali Zadran 31; J Neesham 5/31, L Ferguson 4/37) lost to New Zealand 173/3 in 32.1 overs (K Williamson 79*, Ross Taylor 48*, C Munro 22; Aftab Alam 3/45) by 7 wkts. MoM: James Neesham.

June 9 (Match 14, Kennington Oval, London): India 352/5 in 50 overs (Shikhar Dhawan 117, Virat Kohli 82, Rohit Sharma 57, Hardik Pandya 48, MS Dhoni 27; M Stoinis 2/62) beat Australia 316/10 in 50 overs (S Smith 69, D Warner 56, A Carey 55*, U Khawaja 42, A Finch 36, G Maxwell 28; B Kumar 3/50, J Bumrah 3/61, Y Chahal 2/62) by 36 runs. MoM: Shikhar Dhawan.

June 10 (Match 15, The Rose Bowl, Southhampton): South Africa 29/2 in 7.3 overs (Q de Kock 17*, Sheldon Cottrell 2/18) shared point with West Indies as no result was possible due to rain.

June 11 (Match 16, County Ground, Bristol): Bangladesh and Sri Lanka shared points as the match was abandoned without a ball bowled due to rain.

June 12 (Match 17, Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton): Australia 307/10 in 49 overs (David Warner 107, A Finch 82, S March 23, G Maxwell 20, A Carey 20, Mohammad Amir 5/30, Shaheen Shah Afridi 2/70) beat Pakistan 266/10 in 45.4 overs (Imam-ul-Haq 53, Mohammad Hafeez 46, Wahab Riaz 45, Sarfaraz Ahmed 40, Hasan Ali 32, Babar Azam 30; Pat Cummins 3/33, M Starc 2/43, K Richardson 2/62) by 41 runs. MoM: David Warner.

 

 
   

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