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ICC Twelve World Cup 2019: The 6 teams survived, who were knocked out

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ICC Twelve World Cup 2019

ICC Twelve Cricket World Cup 2019:  A total of 45 matches will be played in the round robin league, 38 of which have already been played in the field. In the league seven matches left, four teams have been knocked out of the World Cup 2019 tournament.

Two teams from 4 teams did not compete in the 2019 World Cup semi-finals. Along with the least powerful Afghanistan, the other team, unfortunately, joins South Africa in the event of becoming Hot Hot. Windies and Sri Lanka have also been dropped but they also dropped.

West Indies were dropped after losing to New Zealand. Carlos Brathwaite’s brave innings ended in a luxury shot when he found the talent of the fielder, the Windies‘ semi-dream. But based on the result of the match, Sri Lanka went out of the way to defeat England.

Sunday (June 30th) India lost to England, due to the dust, the dream of Sri Lanka’s last four. Though only one day before, the team’s former legendary cricketer Mahela Jayawardene expressed the hope of going to the semis. Sri Lanka’s semifinal equation becomes difficult to lose badly to South Africa. Before that the group was ahead of Bangladesh and Pakistan.

Although there is a slight lag between Bangladesh and Pakistan, there is still a chance for the semi-finals. In that case, England, India or New Zealand’s go-to-rate group will have to go. Pakistan have one game more than Bangladesh, the points table is seventh in the table.

Although the top-ranked Australia are assured of semi-finals, India and New Zealand semi-finals are still in second and third place. If England lose in fourth place against New Zealand, it will be bright again, Bangladesh’s chances of being in sixth place.

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Sri Lanka knocked out of ICC World Cup (CWC 2019)

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Sri Lanka knocked out
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Sri Lanka knocked out of ICC World Cup 2019 (CWC). Lankan’s will play in their eighth game against the West Indies on Monday (July 01). But the team has heard the bad news before coming to the field. Because last night, England’s victory against India has confirmed the departure of Lasith Malinga from the World Cup 2019.

Edgbaston Cricket Stadium scored 31 runs with 10 points to win the top four in England. Where Virat Kohli India’s first taste of taste is found.

Sri Lanka will be able to earn 10 points to win their last two matches. Nevertheless, the English must stay behind at the net run rate. Earlier, South Africa, West Indies and Afghanistan went off the field. As Australia’s only team, the semi-finals are confirmed.

In a tweet after India’s rate yesterday, the ICC confirmed that Sri Lanka are no longer in the semifinals.

Meanwhile, the prospect of playing in the last four of Pakistan and Bangladesh in England’s win has reduced. But if Bangladesh can win their last two matches, they will keep their hopes alive. And if Pakistan can win against Bangladesh, but they can also go to the semifinals.

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India vs England: India lost by 31 runs after Rohit Sharma’s century

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India lost by 31 runs

ICC Cricket World Cup (CWC) 2019:  England vs India have played a major game in Edgbaston in Birmingham on Sunday (1 June 2019). India lost by 31 runs after Rohit Sharma’s century. Earlier, Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes scored 337 runs in the stormy first innings of the match.

England won the toss on Sunday (June 30th) and decided to bat first. In the opening pair with Jason Ryan, the opener Jonny Bairstow brought a good start to the team. Their opening pair is 160 runs. Earlier, Jason Roy scored 57 off 66 balls.

India vs England

Another England opener Jonny Bairstow lifted the century 111 runs from 109 balls with 10 fours and 6 sixes. Captain Eoin Morgan (1) was caught by Bairstow after the dismissal. Joe Root took 44 off 54 balls and played the innings.

Ben Stokes wants to bat against England in middle order before returning to the last over, 79 runs were scored in 6 fours and 3 sixes in 54 balls with Stokes’ batting. Show fewer than 20 runs in 8 balls Jos Buttler As a result, they were reduced to 7 wickets at the end of the 50 overs and 337 runs.

Mohammed Shami was bright in the balance for India despite the consistency. He alone took five wickets. Jasprit Bumrah and Kuldeep Yadav took the remaining two wickets.

India’s batting is not good at starting to win the record. Back in the field before the opening of the records of Lokesh Rahul got the injury. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, who have taken a big partnership in the second wicket, will move slowly.

Virat Kohli scored a fifth half century from the bat. He returned to Liam Plunkett’s 66 off 76 balls. Indian great Opener Rohit made his third century in the World Cup. He returned to 102 runs in 109 balls.

On the other hand, the goal of running overpricers continued to grow. Indian batsmen have not been able to climb up to the end. Meanwhile Hardi Pandia was expecting 45 by 33. World Cup debutant Rishav Pandit scored 32 runs in 29 balls.

Although the last responsibility of Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s shoulder, he could not leave the field after completing it. Dhoni scored 4 runs in 4 balls and 1 sixes in 31 balls. Kadar Yadav, who scored 12 runs from 13 balls, As a result, India were forced to leave the field with 31 runs.

England were restricted to 306 runs at the end of the 50 overs. Plunkett took 3 wickets for the hosts Chris Woakes has taken 2 wickets

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World Cup 2019: Brathwaite fined by the umpire’s decision

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Brathwaite fined
ICC Cricket World Cup-CWC 2019: West Indies all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite has been fined for disagreements with the umpire’s decision. After match against India on June 27, 19 percent of his match fee was deducted and a democratic score was added next to the name.

Brathwaite broke the section 2.8 of the ICC Code of Conduct. Wherever it is said, this penalty will be taken if opposed to the umpire’s decision in the international match.

This happens in the 42nd over of India innings. While Harthik Pandya was batting, Brathwaite said a shot. Then the umpire gave the signal ‘wide’ to it. However, unable to accept Brathwaite could not be seen.

On the right-hander, the match referee Chris Broad complained to four umpires Richard Kettleberg, Richard Illingworth, Michael Gough and Alim Dar. However, no formal hearing was required because Brathwaite admitted his mistake.

Meanwhile, there are two demerit points next to Brathwaite’s name. Earlier, in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, after being dismissed for the West Indies against England, he got the first dismissal point after opposing the umpire’s decision.

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World Cup 2019: West Indies bid farewell before the Semifinals

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West Indies vs India

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: World champions West Indies defeated India in their seventh match in the semi-finals of the World Cup 2019. Jason Holder’s team could not make any competition against Virat Kohli at Old Trafford. Only two of the Caribbean have lost due to the loss of 125 runs in the formalities.

Windies lost to openers Chris Gayle (5) and one down at the start of the innings with a target of 269, (6). After losing two important batsmen, Sunil Ambris and Nicholas Puran were trying to defend themselves. But after the set, none of the two could survive in the wicket.

West Indies batting line-up lost the wicket after Ambrose’s departure by 27 runs. Captain Jason Holder returned from the team’s 100-run knock. Jasprit Bumrah Sajagare returned in the 27th over to Carlos Brathwaite and Fabian Allen. It is a lot of matches that come in India. In the end, Kemar Roach’s unbeaten 14 and Sheldon Cottrell reduced the innings to 10 runs in the distance of defeat.

At the end of the innings, Windies finished with 143 runs, losing all wickets in 34.2 overs. The bat did not extend to the end. For India, Mohammad Shami alone took four wickets. Besides, Jasprit Bumrah and Yuzvendra Chahal got two wickets each while Hardik Pandya and Kuldeep Yadav got one wicket each.

Earlier, winning the toss, India lost Rohit Sharma (18) to 29 runs Captain Virat Kohli and another opener Lokesh Rahul kept the team away from disaster in the face of pressure. However, Rahul (48) returned to the dismissal with only two runs from the half-century. Still Kohli was good on the way in India’s innings.

While losing Kohli, Vijay Shankar (14) and Kedar Yadav (7) lost wickets in India. It puts some pressure on the world’s best batting lineup. The pavilion way for Kohli to take 180 runs for the West Indies, despite the good bowling against West Indies bowlers. Kohli scored 82 runs in 82 balls with 8 fours. He scored the fastest 20,000 runs in international cricket As long as there was a crease, India was also looking for a big innings.

After the departure of the duo, the duo of Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Kadar Yadav added 72 runs for the second wicket. Mohammad Shami (0) returned to the dismissal after dismissing Kedar for 46 off 46 balls. Dhoni, however, remained unbeaten on 56 not out from 61 balls after completing his innings with Kuldeep Yadav. At the end of the 50 overs at the end of India’s total of 268 runs scored.

Kemar Roach was the pick of the West Indies, and captain Jason Holder and Sheldon Cottrell took two wickets each.

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World Cup 2019: Babar Azam created a new record after 32 years

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Babar Azam created a new record
ICC Cricket World Cup-2019: Pakistani batsman Babar Azam created a new record after 32 years. He is the former Pakistani all-rounder, answered the words of Shahid Afridi. Repeat a work performed 32 years ago.

Afridi recently said to Babar that Babar may be like Virat (Kohli) but he has to prove that he has scored bigger. One day after that, Babar gave evidence.

Babur, who scored 101 runs against New Zealand, scored 101 runs in the innings, he made a great talent, Earlier, in the World Cup in Pakistan (Babur played at number three), the last century was seen in 1987. It comes from Selim Malik’s bat. Then, in the last 32 years, without any opener in the World, a batsman never seen a century.

He lifted his 10th Test century in ODIs and won the team also. “It’s my best innings in ODIs,” Babar said after his match. Because it played in the match that must be won.

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Shakib Al Hasan shared the unique record of Yuvraj Singh

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Shakib Al Hasan-Yuvraj Singh
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Shakib Al Hasan shared the unique record of India’s all-rounder Yuvraj Singh.The Bangladesh team’s life has been witnessed in this record that on Monday (June 24th), half-Century and 5 wickets in hand against Afghanistan.

Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza decided to bat first before bowling against the Southampton bowl on the pitch. Continuing to maintain the batting at number three, Shakib picked up half-century. His innings ended 51 runs with 1 four. This is the fourth half century of this World Cup. Shakib has reclaimed the top of the World Cup’s run-scorers list by removing David Warner on 51 (today) on Monday.

Shakib then picked up Rahmat Shah in his first over and took Shakib up. After returning to the second spell, Afghanistan captain Gulbadin Naib was dismissed in his fifth over, taking his 30th wicket in the World Cup all-rounder. Mohammad Nabi bowled in the same over, Bangladesh’s life span.

He again came back to the second spell. Asghar Afgan became his victim this time. Shakib came in the 43rd over in the innings and Shakib paved the way for Nazibullah Zadran to pavilion Bangladeshi all-rounder sitting next to the Indian all-rounder by hitting this wicket.

For the first time in the history of the Cricket World Cup, 50 runs in the same innings and 5 wickets in the ball to be seen in the 2011 World Cup. Yuvraj Singh, who made this feat against Ireland, After 8 years, Shakib repeated the record.

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Cricket World Cup 2019- Shakib’s records in Afghanistan match

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Shakib's records in Afghanistan match
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: In World Cup 2019 Shakib Al Hasan’s records in Afghanistan match. Shakib Al Hasan’s excellent all-round performance helped Bangladesh win 62 runs against Afghanistan The all-rounder, who has been the owner of numerous records, has done a great job in saving the dream of the World Cup 2019 semi-final.

Let’s take a look at Shakib’s remarkable achievements on winning the team-

1#. Shakib established the unique role of the World Player of the Year as the only cricketer to get 400 or more runs in a particular format and more than 10 or more wickets.

2#. Shakib got 50 or more runs and 5 wickets in the same match as the only second cricketer in World Cup history. India’s Yuvraj Singh was seen in front of the all-rounder in 2011 against Ireland in 2011.

3#. The 32-year-old cricketer who won three match-winning awards as the only Bangladeshi cricketer in the World Cup.

4#. In the World Cup history Shakib is the second cricketer who has taken two hundreds in the same tournament as well as four wickets in two matches.

5#. Shakib was the first Bangladeshi bowler to take 5 wickets in the World Cup today. Earlier, no other Bangladeshi bowler was able to make the mark.

6#. Shakib is the only cricketer in the history of the World Cup with 30 wickets in hand as well as a 1,000-run record with a bat.

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Shakib the only cricketer to score 1,000 runs and 30 wickets

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Shakib Al Hasan
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Shakib Al Hasan made an incredible record after making a 1000-runs milestone in the World Cup. As the only cricketer to score 1000 runs in the World Cup and the 30-wicket-taker, the all-rounder is now the world’s all-rounder.

Shakib’s two wickets were needed to record a record before going into the match against Afghanistan. After recovering from Fifty in the bat, he reached the top of the record with the ball in front of the Afghan opener Rahmat Shah.

Then Shakib picked up a cyclone in his fifth over. After the first of the over, the Afghan captain Gulbadin Naib made the world record by making Liton Das catch. In the same over, Afghanistan all-rounder Mohammad Nabi was dismissed for one over after taking Asghar Afghanistan out of the World Cup and took 32 wickets in the World Cup.

The World Cup has 1000 or more wickets in 50 wickets. But with the minimum runs, there is no 30 wickets and no one else. Why is this record of Shakib unique? Because, before that, only three people who took 25 wickets in the World Cup with a minimum of 900 runs. They are: Steve Waugh of Australia, Sanath Jayasuriya and Shakib of Sri Lanka.

Waugh took 33 wickets in 33 matches with 978 runs and 27 wickets. On the other hand, Jayasuriya received 1165 runs and 27 wickets in 5 World Cups. The rest of the two have already become former. There is no doubt that Shakib’s record will last for a long time.

Shakib is in great form in the 2019 World Cup. Australian all-rounder David Warner (447 runs) was the top scorer in the list of all-rounders. Shakib needed 22 runs to help Warner top-order against Afghanistan on Thursday (June 24th).

Shakib got the required 22 runs in the match against Afghanistan after scoring 425 runs in the top spot. On the other hand, Shakib became the first Bangladeshi player to score 1000 runs in the World Cup.

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World Cup 2019: Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs at Lord’s in London

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Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs at Lord’s in London After scoring 309 runs for Sarfaraz Ahmed, Proteas lost 9 wickets in 50 overs and scored 259 runs.

South Africa are in danger at the start of the Pakistani bowlers. Hashim Amla (4) scored 4 runs in the lbw trap trapped Mohammad Amir.

Opener Quinton de Kock and captain Faf du Plessis batted in front. The duo shared 87 runs partnership. Shadab Khan broke the partnership De Kock returned with 47 runs from Imam-ul-Haq.

Immediately afterwards, Aiden Markram (7). Du Plessy tries to pull the team out of the alloy. But Amir did not allow his innings to grow bigger. Ameer topped the list of wicket keepers for the 2019 World Cup by hunting Du Plessis (63).

Then the team tried to take hold of RC van der Saussen and David Miller. Shadab broke the pair of both the 53 runs. Duhane (36), Mohammad Hafeez, was bowled out for 189 runs. In the next over, Miller was bowled (31) straight from Shahin Afridi.

Pakistan then took the match to the fore Andy Felukawa also tried to increase the team’s runto as much as possible. At the end, he remained unbeaten 46 runs. On the other side, Wahab Riaz returned to the top with Chris Morris (16), Kagiso Radda (3) Lungi Ngidi (1). Imran Tahir, along with Falukawa, was involved in one run from the unbeaten to the end.

Pakistan’s start of the match to keep the lights in the hope The opening pair of Fakhr Zaman and Imam scored 88 runs in the scoreboard. This partnership broke Tahir.

Fakhr (44) caught by Amla caught by ImranTahir Later, the Imam (44) screwed him down. Then Hafeez (20) caught trapped LRB.

Imran Tahir has made a record in pairs hunting. He is now the highest wicket-taker for South Africa in the World Cup. Alan Donald, who took 39 wickets behind, Tahir’s 37 wickets before the match against Pakistan.

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