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Chris Jordan (right) celebrates the wicket of Samiullah Shenwari as England dominated Afghanistan with a nine-wicket win in Sydney.
Martin Guptill notched up his sixth ODI century as New Zealand defeated Bangladesh by three wickets in Hamilton.
AB de Villiers narrowly missed out on a century as South Africa beat UAE by 146 runs in their World Cup game in Wellington.
Kumar Sangakkara smashed his fourth consecutive century in the World Cup as Sri Lanka defeat Scotland by a massive 148 runs.
Virat Kohli (left) and Ajinkya Rahane (right) put on an unbeaten 70-run stand as India defeat Ireland by 8 wickets in their World Cup encounter.
Mahmudullah became the first Bangladesh player to score a century in a World Cup helping his side reach the quarter-finals defeating England.
Kumar Sangakkara became the first player to score three consecutive centuries in World Cup during the game against Australia on Sunday.
The moment. Daniel Vettori (left) celebrates the wicket of Nawroz Mangal as he joins the elite club of 300 wickets in ODIs.
AB de Villiers (right) walks off after being dismissed for a scintillating 77 from 58 balls against Pakistan in Auckland.
Mohammad Irfan (left) dismissing Dale Steyn (right) as Pakistan beat South Africa by 29 runs (D/L method) in Auckland.
Sarfraz Ahmed (right) made a successful comeback to the Pakistan team with a man-of-the-match performance against South Africa.
Ravichandran Ashwin (left) and MS Dhoni (right) put on an unbeaten 51-run partnership as India defeated West Indies
England captain Eoin Morgan (left) admitted his side was outplayed by an experienced Sri Lankan side on Sunday
Thirimanne (left) and Sangakkara (right) put on an unbeaten 212-run stand as Sri Lanka outclassed England
AB de Villiers smashed the fastest 150 in One-Day Internationals as South Africa beat West Indies by 257 runs.
Tillakaratne Dilshan and Kumar Sangakkara put on an unbeaten 210-run partnership as Sri Lanka defeat Bangladesh by 92 runs
Chris Gayle broke a slew of records on his way to becoming the first batsman to score a double hundred in World Cup history
88000-plus people turned out at the Melbourne Cricket Ground when India locked horns with South Africa.
Moeen Ali (left) and Ian Bell (right) put on a 172-run opening stand as England beat Scotland by 119 runs
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