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FROM now until the Quarter-Finals I’ll just be putting the scorecards on this blog. Trying to blog each match (especially when I can’t watch them) has proved too much. Sorry about this.

Bangladesh vs. Netherlands

2011 Cricket World Cup (Match 32, Group B) – Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong, Bangladesh

Netherlands won the toss and elected to bat

Netherlands

vs.

Bangladesh

160 (46.2 overs @ 3.45 rpo)

Day Match

166-4 (41.2 overs @ 4.02 rpo)

R.N. ten Doeschate 53* (71)

Imrul Kayes 73* (113)

Abdur Razzak 3-29

T.L.W. Cooper 2-33

Man of the Match – Imrul Kayes (Bangladesh)

Bangladesh won by 6 Wickets

 

Pakistan vs. Zimbabwe

2011 Cricket World Cup (Match 33, Group A) – Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy, Sri Lanka

Zimbabwe won the toss and elected to bat

Zimbabwe

vs.

Pakistan

151-7 (39.4 overs @ 3.81 rpo)

Day/Night Match

164-3 (34.1 overs @ 4.80 rpo)

C.R. Ervine 52 (85)

Asad Shafiq 78* (97)

Umar Gul 3-36

R.W. Price 2-21

Man of the Match – Umar Gul (Pakistan)

Pakistan won by 7 Wickets (D/L Method)

 

South Africa vs. Ireland

2011 Cricket World Cup (Match 34, Group B) – Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India

Ireland won the toss and elected to field

South Africa

vs.

Ireland

272-7 (50.0 overs @ 5.44 rpo)

Day/Night Match

141 (33.2 overs @ 4.23 rpo)

J-P Duminy 99 (103) 😦

G.C. Wilson 31 (48)

J.F. Mooney 1-36

R.J. Peterson 3-32

Man of the Match – J-P Duminy (South Africa)

South Africa won by 131 Runs

 

Canada vs. Australia  

2011 Cricket World Cup (Match 35, Group A) – M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, India

Canada won the toss and elected to bat

Canada

vs.

Australia

211 (45.4 overs @ 4.62 rpo)

Day/Night Match

212-3 (34.5 overs @ 6.09 rpo)

H. Patel 54 (45)

S.R. Watson 94 (90)

B. Lee 4-46

J.M. Davison 1-29

Man of the Match – S.R. Watson (Australia)

Australia won by 7 Wickets

 

England vs. West Indies  

2011 Cricket World Cup (Match 36, Group B) – MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai, India

England won the toss and elected to bat

England

vs.

West Indies

243 (48.4 overs @ 4.99 rpo)

Day/Night Match

225 (44.4 overs @ 5.04 rpo)

I.J.L. Trott 47 (38)

A.D. Russell 49 (46)

A.D. Russell 4-49

J.C. Tredwell 4-48

Man of the Match – J.C. Tredwell (England)

England won by 18 Runs 😀

 

 

Ireland vs. Netherlands

2011 Cricket World Cup (Match 37, Group B) – Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India

Ireland won the toss and elected to filed

Netherlands

vs.

Ireland

306 (50.0 overs @ 6.12 rpo)

Day Match

307-4 (47.4 overs @ 6.44 rpo)

R.N. ten Doeschate 106 (108)

P.R. Stirling 101 (72)

P.R. Stirling 2-51

T.L.W. Cooper 2-31

Man of the Match – P.R. Stirling (Ireland)

Ireland won by 6 Wickets

 

 

Sri Lanka vs. New Zealand

2011 Cricket World Cup (Match 38, Group A) – Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, India

Sri Lanka won the toss and elected to bat

Sri Lanka

vs.

New Zealand

265-9 (50.0 overs @ 5.30 rpo)

Day/Night Match

153 (35.0 overs @ 4.37 rpo)

K.C. Sangakkara 111 (128)

L.R. Taylor 33 (55)

T.G. Southee 3-63

M. Muralitharan 4-25

Man of the Match – K.C. Sangakkara (Sri Lanka)

Sri Lanka won by 112 Runs

P92: “I have a confession to make. I wrote England off when the West Indies needed about 25 runs to win.

Stumpy: “You should know by now that anything can happen in this game.

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