In the World Cup 2019 on Tuesday (June 25th), Australia defeated England by 64 runs in an important match. With this victory, not only did he reach the top of the World Cup points table but also became the first team to reach the semi-finals of the tournament.
This is Australia's sixth win in their seventh World Cup match. On the other hand, England's difficulties have increased after this defeat. To reach the semifinals, he will have to win both his remaining matches now. At the same time, we will have to pray for a defeat of Sri Lanka in the tournament.
Captain Aaron Finch scored a superb 100-run knock from Australia. Apart from Finch, David Warner (53), Steve Smith (38) and Usman Khawaja scored 23 runs. At the same time, Jason Behrndorph was the best performer in the bowling while taking the highest five wickets. Apart from this, Mitchell Starc made four and Marcus Stonis took one wicket each. Captain Aaron Finch was adjudged Man of the Match for his outstanding performance.
The start of the England team to pursue the total was disappointing. The team lost two wickets on just 15 runs. James Vince (0) while the others who got out after making the Root eight. Vince made Jason Behranddorf a victim, while Root was bowled by Mitchell Starc's LBW. After Vince and Root were out, captain Eoin Morgan (4) made England a big shock in the form of In the 5.5 overs, dangerous bowler Mitchell Starc got Morgan caught in the hands of Cummins and sent the pavilion.
England's innings looked faltering here Score score of 53 runs in the team lost four wickets. The fourth blow to England was as Jonny Bairstow (27). Jason Behrendorff sent the pavilion to Bairstow by scoring at the hands of Cummins. England's fifth wicket fell after 27.2 overs. Marcus Stoinis gave Jos Buttler (25) caught by Khawaja at the hands of the fifth successive team. There was a 71-run partnership between Butler and Stokes for the fifth wicket.
In 36.6 overs, Mitchell Starc reversed England's hopes. That means Stark gave England the sixth blow as Ben Stokes. He scored an impressive 89 off 115 balls with eight fours and two sixes. Shortly after Behrndorf sent Moin Ali (6) caught by wicketkeeper Kerry, he was sent back to the pavilion. With this England's seventh wicket fell. After that one wicket fell one after the England team
Australia Playing XI - David Warner, Aaron Finch (C), Usman Khawaja, Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey (WK), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon (IN for Zampa), Jason Behrendorff (IN for Coulter-Nile).
England Playing XI (UNCHANGED) - James Vince, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan (C), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (WK), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid, Jofra Archer, Mark Wood.