Cricket World Cup 2015 has started off with a BIG hit!

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Cricket World Cup 2015 has been entertaining and has lived up to the hype that was being built up. Some fantastic games have transpired and yet the tournament promises to showcase plenty more twists and turns as well as high hitting masterstrokes as well as fast paced and turning wicket taking deliveries.

 

The world cup so far…

 

New Zealand destroyed Sri Lanka at Christchurch in the opening game of the tournament.

New Zealand – 331/6

Sri Lanka – 233/10

New Zealand won by 98 runs with Corey Anderson picking up the man of the match award.

 

Australia tarnished England at Melbourne

Australia – 342/9

England – 231/10

Australia won by 111 runs with Aaron Finch picking up the man of the match award.

 

South Africa defeated Zimbabwe at Hamilton, with Zimbabwe trying their utter best but failing short of the long finish line.

South Africa – 339/4

Zimbabwe – 277/10

South Africa won by 62 runs with David Miller picking up the man of the match award.

 

India defeated their rivals Pakistan at Adelaide in a contest that was packed out as if it was the finals. A game with so much build up really did live up to the high expectations as fans were entertained with a high scoring and dramatic wicket taking game.

India – 300/7

Pakistan – 224/10

India won by 76 runs with Virat Kohli picking up the man of the match award.

 

Ireland caused the biggest upset and shocker of the tournament as they chased down West Indies at Nelson.

West Indies – 304/7

Ireland – 307/6

Ireland won by 4 wickets remaining with Paul Stirling picking up the man of the match award.

 

New Zealand maintained their winning start with victory of Scotland at the Canberra.

Scotland – 142/10

New Zealand – 146/7

New Zealand won the game with 3 wickets remaining with Trent Boult picking up the man of the match award.

 

Bangladesh got off to a winning start with victory of Afghanistan at the Canberra.

Bangladesh – 267/10

Afghanistan – 162/10

Bangladesh won by 105 runs with Mushfiqur Rahim picking up the man of the match award.

 

At Punjab2000 we will continue to update you with the next results and all the talking points.