England has confirmed the World Cup semi-finals-2019

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World Cup semi finals
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (CWC):  England has confirmed the World Cup semi-finals-2019.Four wins in the first five matches. It seemed that England could easily get a semi-final ticket. But after losing the match to Sri Lanka and India, the team was surprised to be seen in the field. But the danger of winning the two matches won by winning the semi-final tickets of the Englishmen.The team lost to New Zealand by a huge margin of 119 runs.

The way England started off their innings, they could not finish that way. It could not even raise the possibility of building the mountain of Rana. After over 200 runs in over 31 overs, only 105 runs in over. The team, however, kept the target of 306 runs. England were bowled out for 186, England were bowled out.

Pakistan’s semi-final dream has virtually ended in New Zealand. Because Bangladesh will lose their huge margin in the last match. Which is almost impossible. New Zealand’s semi-final reversal of the run rate is quite sure. Pakistan will lose Bangladesh by 311 runs to 350 runs before.

New Zealand bowled England bowlers early on The last two openers for 14 runs. Captain Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor put on 47 runs for the third wicket. But losing the two wickets by eight runs, the team fell into a big pressure. James Nisham scored 54 runs with Tom Latham and James Nisham But losing the pair, again losing the two wickets by 5 runs, the team lost. And the defeat of this group is sure to be a defeat.

However, Mitchell Santner tried to make some resistance with Latham on the seventh wicket. They added 36 runs to the pair. But the collapse of the pair eventually ended the Kiwis innings. They lost the last 4 wickets for 22 runs. As a result, the team was all out for 186 runs.

Latham played the highest 57 runs for the team. He scored 65 runs in 65 balls with five fours. Taylor made 28 and Williamson 27 runs. Mark Wood, who took three wickets for 34 runs in England’s favor.

England won the toss Batting stars in the name of batting first in heaven. The startup is also great. Two starters Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow batting flown flying starts Opening pair of 123 runs However, the pair broke the pair, but Joe Root and Bairstow put on 71 runs in the second wicket, the team found the foundation of the big collection. At the end of the 30 overs, the team lost 194 runs in just 1 wicket. But then the story of despair

The team is losing wickets at regular intervals by two pace bowlers Matt Henry and Trent Boult. The result was only 111 runs in the last 20 overs. No batsman, except Morgan, could take responsibility. As a result, 305 runs in 8 wickets in 50 overs in the scheduled 50 overs.

Bairstow picked up his second century to keep the batting consistent. He played 106 balls for his side in 99 balls. Opener opened his innings in 15 fours and 1 six. Another opener Jason Ryan hit 60 off the bat. Roy scored eight runs in 61 balls with four fours. Skipper Eoin Morgan scored 42 runs. Bolt, Henry and James Nisham took two wickets each for New Zealand.

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