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  Cricket World Cup: England pip NZ to win maiden title
BHUBANESWAR,14 Jul 2019 (Team Orisports)
 

Host England won their first ICC World Cup title, defeating New Zealand on boundary count back rule after the nerve-wracking and controversial final match ended in tie at Lord’s, London today. The boundary count-back rule was applied after play in stipulated and super overs ended in tie.

Two-time champions India flattered to deceive in the 12th edition of the World Cup as they crashed out in the semifinals after emerging table toppers at the league stage with 15 points from nine games. In the rain-marred first semifinal which was played over two days, India lost to New Zealand by 18 runs at Old Trafford in Manchester on July 10.

 

Chasing 240 for victory, India were bowled out for 221 despite a valiant 77 by Ravindra Jadeja and his 116-run partnership for the seventh wicket with Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who made 50. A top-order collapse was the main reason for the defeat.

India were reduced to three five as the top three batsman, Lokesh Rahul, Rohit Sharma and captain Virat Kohli got out, making one run each. India suffered another blow as Dinesh Karthik fell for six with the team total reading 24 for four. Though Rishabh Pant, Hardik Pandya, Jadeja and Dhoni brought India back into the game, the fall of last four wickets in space of 13 runs and slow batting in the last five overs cost India the match.

Host England set up the grand finale with New Zealand, eliminating defending champions Australia by eight wickets in the second semifinal at Edgbaston, Birmingham on July 11.

Earlier, India rode on a century each by Rohit Sharma and Lokesh Rahul to crush Sri Lanka by seven wickets in their ninth and last league match at Headingly, Leeds. Australia finished second in the league with 14 points, notwithstanding a 10-run loss to South Africa in last league match at Old Trafford, Manchester.

England occupied the third position in the league table with 12 points, while New Zealand finished fourth with 11 points. Pakistan also ended their campaign with 11 points, but missed out on a semifnal for having inferior net run rate.

STATISTICS:
Highest Total: England 397/6 in 50 overs vs Afghanistan, Manchester, 18 June 2019.
Highest match aggregate: Australia vs Bangladesh, 714/13 in 100 overs, Nottingham, 20 June 2019.
Largest victory by runs: England, 150 runs vs Afghanistan, Manchester, 18 June 2019.
Largest victory by wickets: New Zealand, 10 wickets vs Sri Lanka, Cardiff, 1 June 2019.
Most runs: 648 in 8 innings by Rohit Sharma (India), Average 92.42, Strike Rate 98.77, Centuries 5, Fifties 1.
Highest Score: 166 (147b, 14x4, 5x6) by David Warner (Australia) vs Bangladesh, Nottingham, 20 June 2019.
Highest Average: 138.00 (6 matches, 5 innings, 2 not outs, 414 runs, highest 148) by Kane Williamson (New Zealand).
Highest Strike Rate: 240.00 (3 matches, 2 innings, 2 not outs, 36 runs, highest 27*, Balls Faced 15) by Liam Plunkett (England).

MILESTONES:
*     India opener Rohit Sharma scored 103 against Sri Lanka to become the first batsman to hit five centuries in a single edition of the World Cup.
*     India captain Virat Kohli hit 72 against West Indies to become the fastest batsman to get to 20,000 international runs across all formats, surpassing Sachin Tendulkar and Brian Lara.

RESULTS:

May 30
(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.

June 13 (Match 18, Trent Bridge, Nottingham): India and New Zealand shared points as the match was abandoned without a ball bowled.

June 14 (Match 19, The Rose Bowl, Southampton): West Indies 212/10 in 44.4 overs (N Pooran 63, S Hetmyer 39, Chris Gayle 36, A Russell 21; M Wood 3/18, J Archer 3/30, J Root 2/27) lost to England 213/2 in 33.1 overs (J Root 100 n.o, J Bairstow 45, C Woakes 40; S Gabriel 2/49) by 8 wkts. MoM: Joe Root.

June 15 (Match 20, Kennington Oval, London): Australia 334/7 in 50 overs (Aaron Finch 153, Steve Smith 73, Glennn Maxwell 46 n.o, D Warner 26; DM de Silva 2/40, I Udana 2/57) beat Sri Lanka 247/10 in 45.5 overs (Dimuth Karunaratne 97, Kusal Perera 52, Kusal Mendis 30; M Starc 4/55, K Richardson 3/47, Pat Cummins 2/38) by 87 runs. MoM: Aaron Finch.

June 15 (Match 21, Sofia Gardens, Cardiff): Afghanistan 125/10 in 34.1 overs (Rashid Khan 35, Noor Ali Zadran 32, Hazratullah Zazai 22; Imran Tahir 4/29, Chris Morris 3/13, A Phehlukwayo 2/18) lost to South Africa 131/1 in 28.4 overs (Q de Kock 68, H Amla 41 no; Gulbadin Naib 1/29) by 9 wkts. MoM: Imran Tahir.

June 16 (Match 22, Old Trafford, Manchester): India 336/5 in 50 overs (Rohit Sharma 140, Virat Kohli 77, Lokesh Rahul 57, Hardik Pandya 26; Mohammad Amir 3/47) beat Pakistan 212/6 in 40 overs (Fakhar Zaman 62, Babar Azam 48, Imad Wasim 46 n.o, Shadab Khan 20 n.o; Vijay Shankar 2/22, Kuldeep Yadav 2/32, Hardik Pandya 2/44) by 89 runs via D/L method. MoM: Rohit Sharma.

June 17 (Match 23, Sofia Gardens, Cardiff): West Indies 321/8 in 50 overs (Shai Hope 96, Evin Lewis 70, Shimron Hetmyer 50, Jason Holder 33, Nicholas Pooran 25; Mustafizur Rahman 3/59, Mohammad Saifuddin 3/72, Shakib Al Hasan 2/54) lost to Bangladesh 322/3 in 41.3 overs (Shakib Al Hasan 124 n.o, Linton Das 94 n.o, Tamim Iqbal 48, Soumya Sarkar 29) by 7 wkts. MoM: Shakib Al Hasan.

June 18 (Match 24, Old Trafford, Manchester): England 397/6 in 50 overs (Eoin Morgan 148, Jonny Bairstow 90, Joe Root 88, Moin Ali 31 n.o, James Vince 26; Gulbadin Naib 3/68, Dawlat Zadran 3/85) beat Afghanistan 247/8 in 50 overs (Hashmatullah Shahidi 76, Rahmat Shah 46, Asghar Afghan 44, Gulbadin Naib 37; J Archer 3/52, A Rashid 3/66, M Wood 2/40) by 150 runs. MoM: Eoin Morgan.

June 19 (Match 25, Edgbaston, Birmingham): South Africa 241/6 in 49 overs (H van der Dussen 67 n.o, Hashim Amla 55, Aiden Markram 38, David Miller 36, Faf du Plessis 23; L Ferguson 3/59) lost to New Zealand 245/6 in 48.3 overs (Kane Williamson 106 n.o, Colin de Grandhomme 60, Martyn Guptill 35, James Neesham 23; Chris Morris 3/49) by 4 wkts. MoM: Kane Williamson.

June 20 (Match 26, Trent Bridge, Nottingham): Australia 381/5 in 50 overs (David Warner 166, Usman Khawaja 89, Aaron Finch 53, Glenn Maxwell 32; Soumya Sarkar 3/58) beat Bangladesh 333/8 in 50 overs (Mushfiqur Rahim 102 n.o, Mahmudullah 69, Tamim Iqbal 62, Shakib Al Hasan 41, Linton Das 20; M Stoinis 2/54, M Starc 2/55, M Coulter-Nile 2/58) by 48 runs. MoM: David Warner.

June 21 (Match 27, Headingley, Leeds): Sri Lanka 232/9 in 50 overs (A Mathews 85 n.o, Avishka Fernando 49, Kusal Mendis 46, Dhananjaya de Silva 29; M Wood 3/40, J Archer 3/52, A Rashid 2/45) beat England 212/10 in 47 overs (Ben Stokes 82 n.o, Joe Root 57, Eoin Morgan 21; Lasith Malinga 4/43, Dhananjaya de Silva 3/32, I Udana 2/41) by 20 runs. MoM: Lasith Malinga.

June 22 (Match 28, The Rose Bowl, Southampton): India 224/8 in 50 overs (Virat Kohli 67, Kedar Jadhav 52, Lokesh Rahul 30, Vijay Shankar 29, M Dhoni 28; Mohammad Nabi 2/33, Gulbadin Naib 2/51) beat Afghanistan 213/10 in 49.5 overs (Mohammad Nabi 52, Rahmat Shah 36, Gulbadin Naib 27, Hashmatullah Shahidi 21, Najibullah Zadran 21; Mohammed Shami 4/40, Y Chahal 2/36, Jasprit Bumrah 2/39, Hardik Pandya 2/51) by 11 runs. MoM: Jasprit Bumrah.

June 22 (Match 29, Old Trafford, Manchester): New Zealand 291/8 in 50 overs (Kane Williamson 148, Ross Taylor 69, James Neesham 28; Sheldon Cottrell 4/56, Carlos Brathwaite 2/58) beat West Indies 286/10 in 49 overs (Carlos Brathwaite 101, Chris Gayle 87, Shimron Hetmyer 54; Trent Boult 4/30, L Ferguson 3/59) by 5 runs. MoM: Kane Williamson.

June 23 (Match 30, Lord’s, London): Pakistan 308/7 in 50 overs (Haris Sohail 89, Babar Azam 69, Imam-ul-Haq 44, Fakhar Zaman 44, Imad Wasim 23, Mohammad Hafeez 20; Lungi Ngidi 3/64, Imran Tahir 2/41) beat South Africa 259/9 in 50 overs (Faf du Plessis 63, Quinton de Kock 47, A Phehlukwayo 46 n.o, Rassie van der Dussen 36, David Miller 31; Wahab Riaz 3/46, Shadab Khan 3/50, Mohammad Amir 2/49) by 49 runs. MoM: Haris Sohail.

June 24 (Match 31, The Rose Bowl, Southampton): Bangladesh 262/7 in 50 overs (Mushfiqur Rahim 83, Shakib Al Hasan 51, Tamim Iqbal 36, Mosaddek Hossain 35, Mahmudullah 27; Mujeeb Ur Rahman 3/39, Gulbadin Naib 2/56) beat Afghanistan 200/10 in 47 overs (Samiullah Shinwari 49 n.o, Gulbadin Naib 47, Rahmat Shah 24, Najibullah Zadran 23, Asghar Afghan 20; Shakib Al Hasan 5/29, Mustafizur Rahman 2/32) by 62 runs. MoM: Shakib Al Hasan.

June 25 (Match 32, Lord’s, London): Australia 285/7 in 50 overs (Aaron Finch 100, David Warner 53, A Carey 38 n.o, Steven Smith 38, Usman Khawaja 23; C Woakes 2/46) beat England 221/10 in 44.4 overs (Ben Stokes 89, Jonny Bairstow 27, Chris Woakes 26, Jos Buttler 25, Adil Rashid 25; J Behredorff 5/44, M Stact 4/43) by 64 runs. MoM: Aaron Finch.

June 26 (Match 33, Edgbaston, Birmingham): New Zealand 237/6 in 50 overs (J Neesham 97 n.o, C de Grandhomme 65, Kane Williamson 41; Shaheen Afridi 3/28) lost to Pakistan 241/4 in 49.1 overs (Babar Azam 101 n.o, Haris Sohail 68, Mohammad Hafeez 32) by 6 wkts. MoM: Babar Azam.

June 27 (Match 34, Old Trafford, Manchester): India 268/7 in 50 overs (Kohli 72, Dhoni 56 n.o, Rahul 48, Hardik 46; K Roach 3/36, J Holder 2/33, S Cottrell 2/50) beat West Indies 143/10 in 34.2 overs (S Ambris 31, N Pooran 28; M Shami 4/16, J Bumrah 2/9, Y Chahal 2/39) by 125 runs. MoM: Virat Kohli.

June 28 (Match 35, Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street): Sri Lanka 203/10 in 49.3 overs (Kusal Perera 30, Avishka Fernando 30, Dhananjaya de Silva 24, Kusal Mendis 23, Thisara Perera 21; D Pretorius 3/25, C Morris 3/46, K Rabada 2/36) lost to South Africa 206/1 in 37.2 overs (F du Plessis 96 n.o, H Amla 80 n.o) by 9 wkts. MoM: Dwaine Pretorius.

June 29 (Match 36, Headingley, Leeds): Afghanistan 227/9 in 50 overs (Asghar Afghan 42, Najibullah Zadran 42, Rahmat Shah 35, Ikram Alikhil 24; Shaheen Shah Afridi 4/47, Wahab Riaz 2/29, Imad Wasim 2/48) lost to Pakistan 230/7 in 49.4 overs (Imad Wasim 49 n.o, Babar Azam 45, Imam-ul-Haq 36, Haris Sohail 27; Mohammad Nabi 2/23, Mujeeb Ur Rahman 2/34) by 3 wkts. MoM: Imad Wasim.

June 29 (Match 37, Lord’s, London): Australia 243/9 in 50 overs (Usman Khawaja 88, Alex Carey 71, Pat Cummins 23 n.o, Marcus Stoinis 21; Trent Boult 4/51, James Neesham 2/28, L Ferguson 2/49) beat New Zealand 157/10 in 43.4 overs (Kane Williamson 40, Ross Taylor 30, Martin Guptill 20, M Starc 5/26, J Behrendorff 2/31) by 86 runs. MoM: Alex Carey.

June 30 (Match 38, Edgbaston, Burmingham): England 337/7 in 50 overs (Jonny Bairstow 111, Ben Stokes 79, Jason Roy 66, Joe Root 44, Jos Buttler 20; Mohammed Shami 5/69) beat India 306/5 in 50 overs (Rohit Sharma 102, Virat Kohli 66, Hardik Pandya 45, MS Dhoni 42 n.o, Rishabh Pant 32; L Plunket 3/55, C Woakes 2/58) by 31 runs. MoM: Jonny Bairstow.

July 1 (Match 39, Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street): Sri Lanka 338/6 in 50 overs (Avishka Fernando 104, Kusal Perera 64, HDRL Thirimanne 45, Kusal Mendis 39, Dimuth Karunaratne 32, Angelo Mathews 26; Jason Holder 2/50) beat West Indies 315/9 in 50 overs (Nicholas Pooran 118, Fabian Allen 51, Chris Gayle 35, Shimron Hetmyer 29, Jason Holder 26; Lasith Malinga 3/55) by 23 runs. MoM: Avishka Fernando.

July 2 (Match 40, Edgbaston, Birmingham): India 314/9 in 50 overs (Rohit Sharma 104, Lokesh Rahul 77, Rishabh Pant 48, MS Dhoni 35, Virat Kohli 26; Mustafizur Rahman 5/59) beat Bangladesh 286/10 in 48 overs (Shakib Al Hasan 66, Mohammad Saifuddin 51 n.o, Sabbir Rahman 36, Soumya Sarkar 33, Mushfiqur Rahim 24, Tamim Iqbal 22, Liton Das 22; Jasprit Bumrah 4/55, Hardik Pandya 3/60) by 28 runs. MoM: Rohit Sharma.

July 3 (Match 41, Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street): England 305/8 in 50 overs (Jonny Bairstow 106, Jason Roy 60, Eoin Morgan 42, Joe Root 24; James Neesham 2/41, Matt Henry 2/54, Trent Boult 2/56) beat New Zealand 186/10 in 45 overs (Tom Latham 57, Ross Taylor 28, Kane Williamson 27, M Wood 3/34) by 119 runs. MoM: Jonny Bairstow.

July 4 (Match 42, Headingley, Leeds): West Indies 311/6 in 50 overs (Shai Hope 77, Evin Lewis 58, Nicholas Pooran 58, Jason Holder 45, Shimron Hetmyer 39; Dawlat Zadran 2/73) beat Afghanistan 288/10 in 50 overs (Ikram Alikhil 86, Rahmat Shah 62, Asghar Afghan 40, Najibullah Zadran 31, Sayed Shirzad 25; C Brathwaite 4/63, K Roach 3/37) by 23 runs. MoM: Shai Hope.

July 5 (Match 43, Lord’s, London): Pakistan 315/9 in 50 overs (Imam-ul-Haq 100, Babar Azam 96, Imad Wasim 43, Mohammad Hafeez 27; Mustafizur Rahman 5/75, Mohammad Saifuddin 3/77) beat Bangladesh 221/10 in 44.1 overs (Shakib Al Hasan 64, Liton Das 32, Mahmudullah 29, Soumya Sarkar 22; Shaheen Shah Afridi 6/35, Shadab Khan 2/59) by 94 runs. MoM: Shaheen Shah Afridi.

July 6 (Match 44, Headingly, Leeds): Sri Lanka 264/7 in 50 overs (Angelo Mathews 113, Lahiru Thirimanne 53, DM de Silva 29 n.o, Avishka Fernando 20; Jasprit Bumrah 3/37) lost to India 265/3 in 433 overs (Lokesh Rahul 111, Rohit Sharma 103, Virat Kohli 34 n.o) by 7 wkts. MoM: Rohit Sharma.

July 6 (Match 45, Old Trafford, Manchester): South Africa 325/6 in 50 overs (Faf du Plessis 100, Rassie van der Dussen 95, Quinton de Kock 52, Aiden Markram 34; N Lyon 2/53, M Starc 2/59) beat Australia 315/10 in 49.5 overs (David Warner 122, Alex Carey 85, Marcus Stoinis 22; K Rabada 3/56, A Phehlukwayo 2/22, D Pretorius 2/27) by 10 runs. MoM: Faf du Plessis.

July 9-10 (Match 46, SF, Old Trafford, Manchester): New Zealand 239/8 in 50 overs (Ross Taylor 74, Kane Williamson 67, Henry Nicholls 28; Bhuvneshwar Kumar 3/43) beat India 221/10 in 49.3 overs (Ravindra Jadeja 77, MS Dhoni 50, Rishabh Pant 32, Hardik Pandya 32; Matt Henry 3/37, M Santner 2/34, Trent Boult 2/42) by 18 runs. MoM: Matt Henry.

July 11 (Match 47, SF, Edgbaston, Birmingham): Australia 223/10 in 49 overs (Steven Smith 85, Alex Carey 46, Mitchell Starc 29, Glenn Maxwell 22; Chris Woakes 3/20, A Rashid 3/54, J Archer 2/32) lost to England 226/2 in 32.1 overs (Jason Roy 85, Joe Root 49 n.o, Eoin Morgan 45 n.o, Jonny Bairstow 34) by 8 wkts. MoM: Chris Woakes.

July 14 (Match 48, Final, Lord’s London): New Zealand 241/8 in 50 overs (Henry Nicholls 55, Tom Latham 47, Kane Williamson 30; C Woakes 3/37, L Plunkett 3/42) lost to England 241/10 in 50 overs (Ben Stokes 84 n.o, Jos Buttler 59, Jonny Bairstow 36; J Neesham 3/43, L Ferguson 3/50) by on boundary count back rule after play in stipulated and super overs ended in tie. MoM: Ben Stokes. MoS: Kane Williamson.

 
   

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