England beat Australia by huge margins, clash with New Zealand in final
England beat Australia by eight wickets in the second semi-final of the World Cup 2019
In the second semi-final of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, host England defeated Australia by eight wickets. With this victory, England has entered the World Cup final, where they will face New Zealand. The title match between England and New Zealand will be played on Sunday 14 July at the Lord’s Cricket Ground.
The special thing is that both of these teams have not won the ODI World Cup so far. From this one thing was decided that this time the World Cup will take the trophy to a new winner. This is very special for England because cricket was born in the same country and he has been away from winning the World Cup title for so many years.
Earlier, five times the World Cup champions Australia Cricket Team decided to bat first before winning the toss. The Kangaroo team stacked on 223 runs in 49 overs. The English team did a great job in the big match and achieved the target in the 33rd over of their innings.
All the batsmen have played fantastic in England. Opener Jason Roy and Johnny Bairstow added 124 runs for the first wicket. Bairstow became the victim of Mitchell Starc by making 34 runs. At the same time, Jason Roy had to be a victim of the wrong decision of the umpire.
Roy also protested, but one of them did not go and had to leave the field. He scored 85 runs in 65 balls, during this time he also got 9 fours and also hit 5 sixes. In addition, captain Eoin Morgan scored 45 and Joe Root scored an unbeaten 49 not out to give the team an easy win.
All bowlers have failed in this match from Australia. Fast bowler Mitchell Starc and stomach Cummins managed to take one wicket each. For Starc, this match was so memorable that he became the first bowler in the world to take the most wickets in a World Cup tournament.