A dog steals the show during the ICC Cricket World Cup Group B match between India and the West Indies, racing across the pitch in Chennai.
India won the match by 80 runs to set up a quarter-final clash with Australia in Ahmedabad.
India beat the West Indies by 80 runs in the final first round match of the ICC World Cup 2011 at Chennai. Chasing 269 for a win, the Indians bowled them out for 188 in 43 overs.
With this win, they have assured second position in Group B, behind South Africa and ahead of England and West Indies.
Fast bowler Daryl Tuffey has been introduced into New Zealand's 15-man Cricket World Cup squad as a replacement for fellow quick Hamish Bennett.
Bennett will miss the remainder of the tournament with a left ankle and Achilles injury he picked up while bowling against Sri Lanka on 18th March.
Zimbabwe completed their Cricket World Cup campaign with a comprehensive 161-run win over Kenya, who ended the tournament failing to score a point.
Three batsmen scored half-centuries as Zimbabwe posted 308 for six and in reply, Kenya were dismissed for 147 in 36 overs having never threatened to get near their target.
Cricket TV - A look back at the latest action in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, with South Africa thrashing Bangladesh to confirm England's place in the quarter-finals before Pakistan ended Australia's proud unbeaten run with an entertaining four-wicket win in Colombo.
Pakistan beat Australia by four wickets in an entertaining low-scoring ICC Cricket World Cup Group A game at the Premadasa Stadium in Colombo.
Chasing only 177 for victory, they crossed the finish line with nine overs to spare, thus ending Australia's unbeaten streak in World Cup cricket that stretched back to May 1999. It was also Pakistan who last beaten them.
South Africa silenced a partisan home crowd at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Dhaka by demolishing Bangladesh by 206 runs in both sides' respective final ICC Cricket World Cup Group B game.
Bangladesh crumbled to be dismissed for just 78 after South Africa reached 284 for nine to conclude a one-sided match dominated by the Proteas.
If Andrew Strauss looks at this question, he will chuckle aloud. In a parallel universe, perhaps they are boarding the flight back home as one writes this. They came into the World Cup on the back of a long and arduous season, but after the high of the Ashes victory Down Under, they have been fighting to keep their heads above the water.
Experienced trio Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene and Muttiah Muralitharan played starring roles as Sri Lanka beat New Zealand by 112 runs in their ICC Cricket World Cup Group A clash in Mumbai.
Sangakkara hit 111 and Jayawardene 66 as Sri Lanka reached 265 for nine before Muralitharan took four for 25 to dismiss New Zealand for 153.
England have called up Surrey fast bowler Jade Dernbach to replace Ajmal Shahzad in their 15-man ICC Cricket World Cup squad.
Shahzad has suffered a hamstring injury and Dernbach comes into the squad following approval from the ICC Technical Committee.
Ireland rounded off their Cricket World Cup campaign with an imrpessive six-wicket victory over the Netherlands after Paul Stirling blasted 101 in 72 balls.
Ryan ten Doeschate had earlier hit 106 as the Dutch were dismissed for 306 but Stirling's effort, which included 14 fours and two sixes, set the Irish up to taste victory - for the second time in the tournament - with 14 balls to spare.
Cricket TV - A look back at another entertaining day at the ICC Cricket World Cup and another thrilling game involving England. For the sixth time in as many matches, they were at the centre of a nerve-racking finish as they held on to beat the West Indies by 18 runs in Chennai and keep their quarter-final hopes alive.
England held on to beat the West Indies by 18 runs and keep their hopes of reaching the Cricket World Cup quarter-finals alive in a thrilling Group B game in Chennai.
It was your usual run-of-the-mill thriller for them as they came back more than a couple of times after the match seemed headed the other way.
New Zealand fast bowler Daryl Tuffey is to join up with the national squad as bowling cover during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011.
Following injuries to Daniel Vettori and Kyle Mills, Tuffey is being flown to India as a precaution ahead of the Black Caps' final group game against Sri Lanka.
Australia overcame a shaky start to beat Canada by seven wickets in in their ICC Cricket World Cup Group A match in Bangalore.
Canada failed to make the best of a good start when they were bowled out for 211 before Australia, thanks to commanding half-centuries from openers Brad Haddin and Shane Watson, reached 212 for three in quick time.
Canada international John Davison has announced he is to retire from playing cricket at the end of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011.
Davison, 40, is best remembered for an outstanding innings of 111 against the West Indies in the 2003 World Cup and has played 32 One-Day Internationals for Canada having previously represented South Australia and Victoria.
JP Duminy fell one run short of a World Cup century but South Africa still had enough in reserve to qualify for the quarter-finals courtesy of a comprehensive 131-run win over Ireland in Kolkata.
Duminy made 99 in 103 balls as South Africa reached 272 for seven before Ireland were dismissed for 141 with Morne Morkel and Robin Peterson both taking three wickets.