Post Match Analysis: England Vs Australia Second Semi-Final Cricket World Cup 2019

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England has thrashed Australia by 8 wickets to go into the Cricket World Cup 2019 final where they will play against New Zealand at Lord’s. The Australian team had teetered to 14 for 3 after choosing to bat first, with English side exploiting the early seam movement on offer at the Edgbaston, ahead of Jofra bloodied Carey’s jaw with an awful bumper.

Alex proceeded to put on 103 score with Smith, who infrequently excited in his 85 from 119 balls yet his competition best innings bailed Australia to 223 in the 49 overs as they offer to broaden their unbeaten arrangement in World Cup semi-finals. Adil Rashid and Chris Woakes each rose to the event with three wickets each as they endeavor to win a knockout match in World Cup for first time since 1992 Cricket World Cup.

It was Jofra who set the beat with the underlying achievement, expelling Australian captain Aaron Finch, who enrolled a century against the hosts in their group stage meeting at Lord’s last month. Finch’s choice to state scoreboard weight subsequent to winning the toss – in a competition where batting initially has regularly been a preferred position – hoped to have exploded backward when he and Warner were sent packing inside the initial 16 deliveries only.

Aaron Finch was stuck in front first ball, consuming an audit all the while, before Warner fended to second slip after being taken by the extra bounce from Woakes, who castled the Handscomb with a nip-backer with an inside edge.

Each ball was an occasion at this stage and Carey seemed to be in a difficult situation when his helmet was unstuck by Archer’s bouncer. Australia’s wicketkeeper-batsman did well to get the head protector before it conceivably skiped on to his stumps.

Carey had his jawline gauzed – he would later have join and Cricket Australia affirmed he will be fine to keep wicket – before unflinchingly steadying the ship with his batting partner Smith.

The England great Jonny Bairstow had made hundreds in his previous two matches – against New Zealand and India- and he promptly settled as England answered, sweetly timing his first ball through point for four. Behrendorff’s next delivery scratched the Yorkshireman’s pad before hitting the bat yet Australia picked against review, ball-following demonstrating – in-swinger would just have cut the highest point of off-stump.

Johny Bairstow’s opening accomplice, Jason Roy, had made only erratic his initial 10 balls before creaming through covers at least two times in a Mitchell Starc over that yielded 10 to England’s average.

It was great start by Roy and Bairstow against a left-arm couple who had removed nine from the 10 wickets to fall when Australia vanquished England at Lord’s in their group match a month ago. Be that as it may, England’s electric opening pair put Starc, specifically, under strain. With great batting start, England easily chased down target of 224 in their 32th over.

With this win, England is going to be playing in a World Cup final against New Zealand.