Shane Watson (left) survived one of the finest spell of fast bowling by Wahab Riaz (right) to take Australia to a six-wicket win in the World Cup quarter-final in Adelaide.
Rohit Sharma (right) celebrates his seventh ODI century during the quarter-final against Bangladesh in Melbourne.
Mashrafe Mortaza (left) shakes hand with MS Dhoni (right) following Bangladesh's 109-run defeat against India in World Cup quarter-final in Melbourne.
Rohit Sharma scored his seventh ODI century as India beat Bangladesh in the World Cup quarter-final by 109 runs in Melbourne.
JP Duminy reacts after dismissing Tharindu Kaushal to become the first off-spinner to get a hat-trick in World Cup after Saqlain Mushtaq.
Imran Tahir (left) celebrates the dismissal of Mahela Jayawardene as he runs past Kumar Sangakkara (right) during the quarter-final game in Sydney.
John Mooney (left) reacts after bowling a wide to Sarfraz Ahmed (right) who became the first Pakistan batsman to score a century in 2015 World Cup.
Suresh Raina hits a boundary as watched by Brendan Taylor during the World Cup game in Auckland.
Mitchell Starc recorded figures of 4-14 as Australia hammered Scotland by seven wickets in a rain-affected World Cup game in Hobart.
Suresh Raina scored his 5th ODI century as India managed to beat a spirited Zimbabwe team by six wickets in their final World Cup league match.
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.
Shikhar Dhawan celebrates his 8th ODI century as India defeated Ireland by 8 wickets in Hamilton.
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.
Glenn Maxwell scored his maiden ODI century as Australia beat Sri Lanka by 64 runs in Sydney.
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
Kyle Coetzer scored a flamboyant 156 against Bangladesh at the Saxton Oval
David Warner scored an intimidating 178 as Australia defeated Afghanistan by 275 runs at Perth.
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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