ICC WORLD CUP 2019 ( ODI) IN ENGLAND:MAY 30-JULY 14.Morgan Smashed 17 Sixes at Manchester

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  1. kiyara420

    kiyara420 Member

    [quo]Fixture
    May 30, 2019 (Thursday)

    England vs South Africa
    Kennington Oval, London
    09:30 AM GMT

    May 31, 2019 (Friday)
    West Indies vs Pakistan
    Trent Bridge, Nottingham
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 01, 2019 (Saturday)
    New Zealand vs Sri Lanka
    Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
    12:30 PM GMT

    Afghanistan vs Australia
    County Ground, Bristol
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 02, 2019 (Sunday)
    South Africa vs Bangladesh
    Kennington Oval, London
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 03, 2019 (Monday)
    England vs Pakistan
    Trent Bridge, Nottingham
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 04, 2019 (Tuesday)
    Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka
    Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 05, 2019 (Wednesday)
    South Africa vs India
    The Rose Bowl, Southampton
    12:30 PM GMT

    Bangladesh vs New Zealand
    Kennington Oval, London
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 06, 2019 (Thursday)
    Australia vs West Indies
    Trent Bridge, Nottingham
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 07, 2019 (Friday)
    Pakistan vs Sri Lanka
    County Ground, Bristol
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 08, 2019 (Saturday)
    England vs Bangladesh
    Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
    12:30 PM GMT

    Afghanistan vs New Zealand
    The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 09, 2019 (Sunday)
    India vs Australia
    Kennington Oval, London
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 10, 2019 (Monday)
    South Africa vs West Indies
    The Rose Bowl, Southampton
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 11, 2019 (Tuesday)
    Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka
    County Ground, Bristol
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 12, 2019 (Wednesday)
    Australia vs Pakistan
    The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 13, 2019 (Thursday)
    India vs New Zealand
    Trent Bridge, Nottingham
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 14, 2019 (Friday)
    England vs West Indies
    The Rose Bowl, Southampton
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 15, 2019 (Saturday)
    Sri Lanka vs Australia
    Kennington Oval, London
    12:30 PM GMT

    South Africa vs Afghanistan
    Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 16, 2019 (Sunday)
    India vs Pakistan
    Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 17, 2019 (Monday)
    West Indies vs Bangladesh
    The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 18, 2019 (Tuesday)
    England vs Afghanistan
    Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 19, 2019 (Wednesday)
    New Zealand vs South Africa
    Edgbaston, Birmingham
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 20, 2019 (Thursday)
    Australia vs Bangladesh
    Trent Bridge, Nottingham
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 21, 2019 (Friday)
    England vs Sri Lanka
    Headingley, Leeds
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 22, 2019 (Saturday)
    India vs Afghanistan
    The Rose Bowl, Southampton
    12:30 PM GMT

    West Indies vs New Zealand
    Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 23, 2019 (Sunday)
    Pakistan vs South Africa
    Lord's, London
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 24, 2019 (Monday)
    Bangladesh vs Afghanistan
    The Rose Bowl, Southampton
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 25, 2019 (Tuesday)
    England vs Australia
    Lord's, London
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 26, 2019 (Wednesday)
    New Zealand vs Pakistan
    Edgbaston, Birmingham
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 27, 2019 (Thursday)
    West Indies vs India
    Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 28, 2019 (Friday)
    Sri Lanka vs South Africa
    Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 29, 2019 (Saturday)
    Pakistan vs Afghanistan
    Headingley, Leeds
    12:30 PM GMT

    New Zealand vs Australia
    Lord's, London
    09:30 AM GMT

    June 30, 2019 (Sunday)
    England vs India
    Edgbaston, Birmingham
    09:30 AM GMT

    July 01, 2019 (Monday)
    Sri Lanka vs West Indies
    Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
    09:30 AM GMT

    July 02, 2019 (Tuesday)
    Bangladesh vs India
    Edgbaston, Birmingham
    09:30 AM GMT

    July 03, 2019 (Wednesday)
    England vs New Zealand
    Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
    09:30 AM GMT

    July 04, 2019 (Thursday)
    Afghanistan vs West Indies
    Headingley, Leeds
    09:30 AM GMT

    July 05, 2019 (Friday)
    Pakistan vs Bangladesh
    Lord's, London
    09:30 AM GMT

    July 06, 2019 (Saturday)
    Sri Lanka vs India
    Headingley, Leeds
    12:30 PM GMT

    Australia vs South Africa
    Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
    09:30 AM GMT

    July 09, 2019 (Tuesday)
    1st Semi-Final (1 v 4)
    Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
    09:30 AM GMT

    July 11, 2019 (Thursday)
    2nd Semi-Final (2 v 3)
    Edgbaston, Birmingham
    09:30 AM GMT


    July 14, 2019 (Sunday)
    Final
    Lord's, London
    09:30 AM GMT
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    i posted only in GMT time but if you lived in india your time should be 3 pm IST for start of game unless 2 games (7 times) same day than 2nd game will starts at 6 pm IST

    IF YOU LIVE IN USA
    it will be 5.30 am EST & 8.30 am EST ( for 2nd game of the day)

    BST time will be Local time for Folks live in London >> which will be one hour more than GMT time >> Should be 10.30 am Local and 1.30 pm Local
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    WORLD CUP COMMENTARY TEAM

    Michael Clarke [debut on may 30]
    Sourav Ganguly
    Shaun Pollock
    Rameez Raja
    Michael Atherton
    Nasser Hussain
    Sanjay Manjrekar
    Michael Holding
    Michael Slater
    Harsha Bhogle*
    Allison Mitchell*
    Isha Guha
    Melani Jones
    * Non -International cricketer

    if you think some name missing you can Add but i am sure Sunil Gavaslar loose popularity in england
     
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  2. kiyara420

    kiyara420 Member

    what a spell from Jofra (x -factor eng)
    his first 2 wicket impact South africaan
    innings badly, eventully lost by over 100
    runs (SA's biggest defeat ever in wc by 130 runs vs india @ Melbourne 2015 WC)
     
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  3. kiyara420

    kiyara420 Member

    First time ever 4 english player hits 50' s
    in ODI innings, previous best was 3 score of 50 >> 6 times

    Ben stokes man of match for his 89 and 2 wickets
     
  4. kiyara420

    kiyara420 Member

    i am away from my house i will update on my returns of WC matches

    pak vs eng match today and Afg vs SL tomorrow
     
  5. kiyara420

    kiyara420 Member

    wow 2 english player hits 100 yet england beaten vs Pakistan vs 14 runs
     
  6. kiyara420

    kiyara420 Member

    Srilanka 144 / 1 >>> 201 all out but won by 34 runs beating Afghanistan

    Srilanka 201 (36.2 overs)
    Karunaratne 30, Kusal Perera 78, Extra 35.(M.Nabi 4 w / Rashid 2 for 17 off 7.4)

    Afghanistan 34/0> lost next 5 for 21 runs.
    131 / 5 >> next 5 for 23 runs
    malinga 3 for 39.(M.oM Pradeep 4 for 31)

    DLS afg target 187 off 41
    Afg lost by 34 runs : 152=all out
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    Ngidi (10 days) and Steyn (wc '19) ruled out.

    today wed
    ind vs Rsa
    nz vs BD

    shakib's 200th ODI
     
  7. kiyara420

    kiyara420 Member

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    ** Fewest ODIs to 50 wins as captain:
    63 C Lloyd/ R Ponting
    68 H Cronje
    69 VIRAT KOHLI
    70 V Richards

    ** First time South Africa have lost three consecutive matches in a single edition of the World Cup

    ** Last six meetings in ICC events between SA & India:
    WT20 2012: India won by one runs
    CT 2013: India won by 26 runs
    WT20 2014: India won by six wkts
    WC 2015: India won by 130 runs
    CT 2017: India won by eight wkts
    WC 2019: India won by six wkts

    ** Most unbeaten ODI 100s in chases:
    11 V Kohli
    9 ROHIT SHARMA
    8 S Tendulkar
    7 Saeed Anwar
     
  8. kiyara420

    kiyara420 Member

    ** Fewest ODIs to 50 wins as captain:
    63 C Lloyd/ R Ponting
    68 H Cronje
    69 VIRAT KOHLI
    70 V Richards
    ** First time South Africa have lost three consecutive matches in a single edition of the World Cup
    ** Last six meetings in ICC events between SA & India:
    WT20 2012: India won by one runs
    CT 2013: India won by 26 runs
    WT20 2014: India won by six wkts
    WC 2015: India won by 130 runs
    CT 2017: India won by eight wkts
    WC 2019: India won by six wkts

    ** Most unbeaten ODI 100s in chases:
    11 V Kohli
    9 ROHIT SHARMA
    8 S Tendulkar
    7 Saeed Anwar
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    NZ beat BD in thriller by 2 wickets

    BD 244 all out
    Shakib 64.
    Henry 4 wickets

    NZ 245 for 8
    kw 40, Taylor 82
    Top 4 bowler took 2w each

    nz won by 2 w with 17 balls spares
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    SOA 227/9
    Andy 34,Morris 42, FaF 36
    Chahal 4 w Bunrah 2 w (87 career w >> ODI

    india 230/4 >> won by 6 w
    Rohit 122 not out.MSD 34,Rahul 26, kohli 18>> he need 139 more for 11,000 ODI runs
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    NZ beat BD in thriller by 2 wickets

    BD 244 all out
    Shakib 64.
    Henry 4 wickets

    NZ 245 for 8
    kw 40, Taylor 82
    Top 4 bowler took 2w each

    nz won by 2 w with 17 balls spares
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    SOA 227/9
    Andy 34,Morris 42, FaF 36
    Chahal 4 w Bunrah 2 w (87 career w >> ODI

    india 230/4 >> won by 6 w
    Rohit 122 not out.MSD 34,Rahul 26, kohli 18>> he need 139 more for 11,000 runs
     
  9. kiyara420

    kiyara420 Member

    Australia 79 for 5 went on 288 / 8
    Smith 73, Coulter Nile 92 ( best by # 8 in WC) Carey 45

    Carlos 3 wickets.Cotterel 2w

    Westindies on driver seat through out till last 8 overs lost by 15 runs
    Hope 68 & Holder 51,

    5 fer by Starc (150 fastest (77 )ODI wickets beat record of Saqline Mustaq(78) Cummins 2w

    Aus won by 15 runs
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    Pakistan vs Srilanka game at Bristol
    who won ? Pak? Sri lanka or rain ?
     
  10. kiyara420

    kiyara420 Member

    well india beat AVUSTRALIA
    INDIA 352 FOR 7?
    Rohit 57, Dhawan 117, Kohli 82,
    Pandya H 48 off 27

    Aus 316 all out (202/2)
    Finch 36, Warner 56,Khawaja 42, Smith 69, Carey 55 not out

    Bumrah & Bhuvi 3 w game.chahal 2w

    India's wins vs Aus in WCm
    1983, Chelmsford: 118 run
    1987, Delhi: 56 runs
    2011, Ahmedabad: Five wkts
    2019, Oval: 36 runs
    This is the first time Australia have lost a run chase in WCs since losing to Pakistan at Leeds in 1999. The streak of 19 consecutive wins batting second since then comes to an end today
    First loss in 11 ODIs for Australia
    Most runs in a WC match:
    688 Aus (376) v SL (312) Sydney 2015
    682 Pak (348) v Eng (334) Nottingham 2019
    676 Ind (338) v Eng (338) Bengaluru 2011
    671 Aus (377) v SA (294) Basseterre 2007
    668 Ind (352) v Aus (316) Oval 2019
     
  11. kiyara420

    kiyara420 Member

    pak put aus in
    aus 185 for 1 >> lost next 9 for 117 runs
    307 all out (49 overs )

    Warner 107, Finch 82
    Afridi 2 for 70, Amir 10/2/30/5 w
     
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  12. kiyara420

    kiyara420 Member

    pakistan 244 all out >> 26 ball spares
    Babar 30, Hafeez 46, Imam 53, Sarfu 44,
    Riaz 44

    Cummins 3w,Starc 2w,Coulter nile 2w

    Australia won by 41 runs.
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    ind vs Nz today
    wash out
     
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  13. kiyara420

    kiyara420 Member

    Westindies 144 for 3>>> 212 all out(44.4 overs)

    Gayle 36 (completed 1632 runs {85 sixes} vs England beating Sagakaras 1626 runs)
    Pooran 63,Hetmyer 39

    3w each to Archer & wood
    2w to Root

    England 213/2 with 101 balls spares
    Root 100 not out,Woakes 40,Bairstow 49
    eng won by 8 w

    root 3 century in history of WC
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    1st game today sat>> Australia vs Srilanka 3pm

    Aaron Finch hits 150 agaun in 2019 wow
    mitchell starc 150 wickets cong !

    Australia 334 for 7
    Finch 153, Smith 73, Maxwell 46
    De silva 3 w

    sri lanka 15 overs 115 / 0
    247 all out
    Karunaratne 97,K.Perera 58, Mendis 30

    M.Starc 4 w & K.Richardson 3 w
    aus won lead table with 8 points

    2nd game today sat>> SOA vs Afghanistan
    Afghanistan 39/0 >> 68/3>> 125 all out
    Rashid 35, Noor Ali 32

    Imran t m.o.m for 4 w.Morris 3 & Andy 2 w

    SOA 127 for 1
    amla 83 ball 41 not out
    kock 68
    SOA won with 116 ball spares
     
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  14. kiyara420

    kiyara420 Member

    REHERSAL OF WORLD CUP FINAL 2019



    http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/...stan-22nd-match-icc-cricket-world-cup-20192nd match, ICC Cricket World Cup at Manchester, Jun 16
    Weather looms large over World Cup's most anticipated clash

    Big picture
    Must we succumb to building this game up beyond the point of hyperbole? Despite the fact that one side so heavily outguns the other in just about every department imaginable? Despite the fact that India and Pakistan have never played a World Cup game that has produced a finish to match the needle? Despite the fact that the game might not even happen, with an unfavourable forecast in Manchester beginning to take a turn for the worse?

    Yes, we must. There's no avoiding it, and perhaps no reason to. This contest may not have produced as many high-quality cricket matches as you might expect from a rivalry of this intensity, but, with more eyeballs on this match than the final itself, cricket can ill-afford to turn its nose up to the casual fan base that tunes in to India vs Pakistan. It was the most anticipated game of the tournament when the fixtures were announced - perhaps indeed when the tournament format was announced - with Steve Elworthy revealing that the ICC had had 400,000 applications for tickets, and that they "could have packed out Wembley four times over".
    But now to the cricket itself. India might have begun the tournament late, but they haven't exactly been eased in, with their first three games scheduled against South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. The third was washed out, but resounding wins in the other two mean they have cemented their position as co-favourites for the title, perhaps even edging ahead of England given the dominance of their displays. They have a pace attack that would be the envy of Pakistan - imagine saying that at any other point in these two countries' histories - combined with the twin spin threat of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav to keep the middle overs tighter than any other team does. They front up to a Pakistan who haven't quite figured out their best eleven yet, and will go into this game having to make a decision that potentially leaves them a batsman light.
    There is no escaping the fact Pakistan are unpredictable, and India will be professional enough to be cognisant of that. Sarfaraz Ahmed's side have lost 12 of their last 13 completed ODIs, but it is notable that the win came last week against England when it really mattered, having been blanked by the same side in a bilateral series last month. The top three all average above 50 - though Fakhar Zaman's recent form is a mild concern - and while the pace attack isn't quite the threat they would like it to be, a resurgent Mohammad Amir may look to torment India's top order once more. Shadab Khan, set to return after being dropped against Australia in a move that didn't quite work out, is one of the few that matches his Indian counterparts for ability, and the two sides' last meeting at an ICC tournament in England, which produced the heaviest-ever win in a game between these two teams, is one Pakistan will look to seek inspiration from.

    For India, the challenge will be to rise above the emotions of a derby game, while Pakistan must try and frame it as such. Stripped bare of emotions, the gulf between the two sides is a gaping chasm. With the balance tipping towards India each time the two sides play - India hammered Pakistan in the recent Asia Cup twice, which is more reflective of the trend than the Champions Trophy final - Virat Kohli's men will look to approach this as just any other match, because the pressure of viewing it through the prism of history will only play into Pakistan's hands. But then again, the mental baggage swings the other way, too; Pakistan have never once beaten India in a World Cup match, even in the years they were unquestionably the better of the two sides. Were they to turn all that on its head in a year when it looks less likely than ever before, this World Cup might just find the spark it has so plaintively awaited in its opening fortnight.

    Form guide
    India WWLLL (Last five completed matches, most recent first)
    Pakistan: LWLLL

    in the spotlight
    Much is made of Rohit Sharma's third-ball lbw to Mohammad Amir in the 2017 Champions Trophy final, and his second-ball dismissal to the same bowler in the same fashion in Bangladesh in the Asia Cup in 2016. What isn't mentioned, however, is that on the other three occasions that the two have met since Amir's return, Rohit has scores of 91, 52 and 111*. To say he'd be apprehensive about facing Amir is a product borne out of selective meory, but there's no overstating the importance of that battle. India, who rely on a gun top order, are without Rohit's usual opener Shikhar Dhawan, making his wicket even more prized for Pakistan. It will matter not a jot to them if Amir takes it or not, but on current form, he looks like the bowler Rohit - and indeed India - should be most wary of. Rohit, however, started off the tournament with 122* and 57, so perhaps it is Pakistan who should feel forewarned.

    Rohit Sharma curbed his natural instincts to finish the job for India Getty Images
    The most gushing - and at the same time damaging - compliment Pakistan fans can pay to Babar Azam is some sort of favourable comparison with Virat Kohli. The numbers suggest he could be on track to become Pakistan's greatest batsman ever, but he isn't nearly in a position where such comparisons are helpful or accurate. India will be well aware that his average against them drops from his career figure of 50.96 to 27.50, and he is yet to cross 50 in four matches. The contest against Australia, where he looked gorgeous for the all-too-short time he was there, will latch itself into YouTube clips for glorious immortality, but a longer, grittier, uglier innings would have won Pakistan the game - the sort of game Kohli would have won for India. Old Trafford is another chance for Babar to show he isn't just a big player but also one who can rise to the big occasion.

    Team news
    India's biggest concern is the unavailability of Shikhar Dhawan owing to a hand injury sustained against Australia. KL Rahul will be promoted to open the batting, with Vijay Shankar looking likeliest to take the middle-order slot vacated as a result.

    India (probable): 1 Rohit Sharma, 2 KL Rahul, 3 Virat Kohli (capt), 4 Vijay Shankar, 5 MS Dhoni (wk), 6 Kedhar Jadhav, 7 Hardik Pandya, 8 Bhuvneshwar Kumar, 9 Kuldeep Yadav, 10 Yuzvendra Chahal, 11 Jasprit Bumrah
    Pakistan are wrestling with the balance of their side, and whether to play five specialist bowlers or stick with the extra batsman at seven. There's uncertainty about the personnel, too, with Shoaib Malik and Asif Ali, both of whom had difficult outings against Australia, potentially in for a demotion. Haris Sohail looks primed to take one of those two places.

    Pakistan (possible): 1 Imam-ul-Haq, 2 Fakhar Zaman, 3 Babar Azam, 4 Mohammad Hafeez, 5 Sarfaraz Ahmed (capt & wk), 6 Haris Sohail, 7 Shoaib Malik/Asif Ali/Imad Wasim, 8 Shadab Khan, 9 Wahab Riaz, 10 Mohammad Amir 11 Shaheen Afridi

    Pitch and conditions
    The pitch is flat, with almost no sign of green, which should suggest a high-scoring game. However, there is inclement weather predicted for the evening, meaning whoever wins the toss will look to put the opposition in.

    Strategy punt
    Bring Kedar Jadhav on early, and give him a long spell. Against Pakistan in the Champions Trophy final, India brought him on when starved for wickets, and he struck early, removing Babar Azam in his three-over spell. In the Asia Cup last year, his figures read 9-0-23-3, his career-best figures to date. Mohammad Hafeez gave his wicket away to Aaron Finch loosely in the previous game, and Pakistan are just the sort of team who might get frustrated by the bowler's unorthodox action and nagging line.
    Open the bowling with Shadab. It worked, don't fix it. Jason Roy was dismissed in Shadab's second over, and the ploy will be suited even more with a new opener in India's ranks. If Amir's job is to target Rohit Sharma, Shadab plotting against Rahul at the other end with the new ball is likely to disrupt the batsmen's rhythm, and may bring the early wicket Pakistan crave.

    Stats and trivia
    Pakistan and India have only ever played one ODI at Old Trafford, the venue of the clash tomorrow. That came in the Super Six stage of the 1999 World Cup, with India winning by 47 runs.

    Jasprit Bumrah's figures in the Champions Trophy final read 9-0-68-0. They remain his worst ODI figures.
    Shadab Khan is one wicket away from 50 in ODIs, and should he get there tomorrow, will become the fourth Pakistan legspinner to do so.
     
  15. kiyara420

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    12 at Night massive firework aroumd my house started its lasted till 3 am.Youngster gather outside Food and ice cream patrlour.its grand celrbration << i await too long >> india trashed arch rival pakistan by 89 runs our 7/0 win in Prestigious World cup vs pakistan.

    India 336 for 5
    Rohit 140, Kohli 77, Rahul 57
    Amir 3 w in death - slog overs

    pakistan 117/0 >> 129/5
    target 302 off 40 overs
    212 for 6 in 40 overs
    Babar 48,Zaman 62, Wasim 46*
    2w each to Shankar/Kuldey/Pandya.

    india won by 89 runs.we have 7 points in
    4 games.
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    yesterday was Wimbledon week at Manchester koz Disha patni/Kangna/SRT
    Ranveer sinh, Saif ali, Anu malik, Subhash Ghai, prem Chopra , Neeta Ambani plus were there to support indian cricket team

    kohli not dis-appoint them >> completed mile stone of 11000 ODI runs in 222 innings>54 innings faster than SRT
     
  16. kiyara420

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    Fastest 100s in WC
    50 K O'Brien v Eng Bengaluru 2011
    51 G Maxwell v SL SCG 2015
    52 AB de Villiers v WI SCG 2015
    57 E MORGAN v Afg Manchester 2019 *
    66 M Hayden v SA St Kitts 2007
    67 J Davison v WI Centurion 2003


    Morgan just dismissed for 148 with 17 sixes >> most by a batsman in ODI format.

    morgan beat Rohit (16 sixes vs Quality bowling of Australia during his 209) Previous record in sixes, not sure but ABD also hits 16 sixes in his epic 149 off ? vs Westindies.
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    Rashid khan 9/0/110/0
     
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    Rashid khan 9/0/11

    Most sixes in an ODI:
    46 Eng v WI Grenada 2019
    38 Ind v Aus Bengaluru 2013
    33 Eng v Afg Manchester 2019 **
    31 Ind v NZ Christchurch 2009
    31 NZ v WI Wellington 2015
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    Rashid khan 9/0/11

    Most sixes in an ODI:
    46 Eng v WI Grenada 2019
    38 Ind v Aus Bengaluru 2013
    33 Eng v Afg Manchester 2019 **
    31 Ind v NZ Christchurch 2009
    31 NZ v WI Wellington 2015
     
  18. kiyara420

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    england 397 for 6
    Bairstow 90, Vince 27,Root 88, Morgan 148, Mo 9 ball 31*

    Zadran 3 w

    Afghanistan 198/3>>247 all out
    Shahidi 76, Afghan 44
    3w each Archer /Aadil r.2 w Each wood

    150 runs win by Eng