South Africa's 2016 third ODI run chase against Australia
Sunday 29 March 2020
In the second match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 between West Indies and Pakistan, the Pakistani batters had to face a slew of short pitch deliveries from the Caribbean quicks. Fakhar Zaman had started on a good note and looked threatening with a couple of tidy shots, but Andre Russell hit him on the head with a steeply rising delivery that went on to dislodge the bails.
On a day when news was dominated by Margaret Thatcher's re-election, Zimbabwe - playing their first one-day international in World Cup history - beat Australia by 13 runs at Trent Bridge.
The tournament being played across 15 different venues, saw each team in a group play each other twice (double round-robin). Each match was of 60-overs per side. Similar to the previous two World Cups, eight teams (7 full members and Zimbabwe) sported traditional white clothing and played with red ball.
Australia had been right on the money in the 2015 ODI World Cup with wins in all the games except a narrow one-run defeat against New Zealand.
They sealed their first ever ICC U19 Cricket World Cup in a thrilling final in South Africa
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