WC 2019: Cricket to get new champion, England beat Australia by 8 wickets in Semifinal

Jul 12 2019 12:27 PM
WC 2019: Cricket to get new champion, England beat Australia by 8 wickets  in Semifinal

England unilaterally beat five-time cricket champions Australia by 8 wickets in the second semi-final at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground on Thursday. With this win, England has also made it to the finals of the ICC World Cup-2019. England will now face New Zealand in the final on 14th July, which has already made it to the finals after beating India.

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In particular, the world is going to get a new World Cup champion because neither the England team nor New Zealand won the  World Cup so far.

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England have made it to the Finals of the World Cup after 27 years after beating New Zealand. England have reached the final for the fourth time. Earlier, England last played the final in 1992, where it lost to Pakistan. Before that, it has also entered the finals in 1987 and 1979. For Australia, Smith scored 85 and Alex Carey scored 46 runs. For England, Jason Roy scored 85 and Root scored an unbeaten 49. For England, Vokes-Rashid took 3-3 while Archer took one wicket. For Australia, Pat Cummins and Stark took 1-1.

 

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