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Amazing Moments of World Cup

In front of a packed house at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), four time champions and co-hosts Australia clinched the coveted ICC World Cup, thrashing New Zealand by seven wickets to provide a perfect send off to skipper Michael Clarke. In a 49-days a

News Nation Bureau | Updated : 31 March 2015, 01:55:42 PM
India continue its unbeaten run against Pakistan

India continue its unbeaten run against Pakistan

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India continued its unbeaten run against arch-rivals Pakistan in front of a full house at MCG. The Men in Blue started their campaign in a style by comprehensively defeating Men in Green.
Chris Gayle and Martin Guptill set new benchmarks

Chris Gayle and Martin Guptill set new benchmarks

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Chris Gayle and Martin Guptill scored double centuries in the World Cup to enforce their names to the record books. Both the openers displayed splendid cricket in the tournament.
New Zealand enters World Cup finals for the first time

New Zealand enters World Cup finals for the first time

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For the first time in history, New Zealand enter the World Cup finals by beating South Africa in the first semis.
South African players show emotions in first semis

South African players show emotions in first semis

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Emotions are high and players were seen crying after the first semi-final, when New Zealand defeated South Africa to dashed their World title dreams.
Australia ended India’s unbeaten run

Australia ended India’s unbeaten run

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Australia defeated India in second semis to end their unbeaten run in the World Cup 2015 at MCG.
Afghanistan secure its first World Cup win

Afghanistan secure its first World Cup win

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Gusty Afghanistan beat Scotland by 1 wicket to secure their first World Cup win.
Bangladesh defeat England in World Cup

Bangladesh defeat England in World Cup

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Bangladesh continued its supremacy against England in World Cup to defeat them by 15 runs to show them the doors.
Kumar Sangakkara's four successive hundreds in World Cup

Kumar Sangakkara's four successive hundreds in World Cup

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Sri Lanka’s veteran batsman Kumar Sangakkara scored four consecutive in the World Cup to become the first batsman to achieve the feat
Ireland humiliate West Indies

Ireland humiliate West Indies

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It was a wake-up call West Indies as Ireland shock them at Nelson to chase over 300 runs to win the match
AB de Villiers stun West Indies with 162 runs off 66 balls

AB de Villiers stun West Indies with 162 runs off 66 balls

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South African skipper AB de Villiers humiliated West Indies attack at the Sydney Cricket Ground and scored 162-run off 66 balls was spurred by 17 fours and 8 sixes.