London – Australia
went to victory 86 tracks against New Zealand with the Lord
Saturday, with the striker Usman Khawaj and the pitcher of Mitchell Starca
plays for champion defenders.
Aaron Finch team, but in the last four out of 10
Round Robin Phases, clashed at 92/5 after they won
No, Khawaja (88), who was well-received by the player
Alex Carey (71) smoked the boat before becoming the first victim
the last-hat-trick from left-hand paceman Trent Boult as Australia
It was more than enough, because New Zealand fell to 157 with 38 balls.
Jason Behrendorff (2-31) removed both New Zealand launchers before
Starc – the leading tournament ball – is cleansed with 5-26.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson, who scored 40, could not repeat
his heroism from earlier in the tournament as a pursuit for Black Caps
he failed to leave.
They have not yet confirmed their place in the semi-finals with one
but if England loses in India in Birmingham on Sunday, New
Zeland will be in the last four before facing the hosts of the tournament
in the final game of the group.
"It was not the beginning we wanted, but Uzzie (Khawaja) was out there
taking the edge, "Carey said.
"I went out and evaluated the conditions
and they tried to get the time and go deeper.
"And for Usman, he ran for a long time in that heat and Mitchell Starc closed him with the ball."
Australian couple for the first pass
were key to their success at the World Championships, with Finch and
David Warner has scored 657 wins together in eight games, including
Thursday Thursday, on average 82.12.
But both bounced off against New Zealand and Steve Smith fell
five after Martin Guptill held a sensational diving
Bowling of Ferguson Locke.
Warner and Smith were excited at and beyond the field after their
a recent return to international cricket after both are banned
12 months for their role in the changing scandal.
Jimmy Neesham then hit twice to lower Australia at 92/5.
Collapse allowed Khawaji to strike in his usual style without fear of being criticized for slow scoring.
Friendly left Carey added a boost, knocking 11 quarts before retiring Williamson's casual off-spin.
Khawaja was in the final to beat Boult to finish the 129-ball
changes that only contain four quarters. Boult then stared at Starock and fired him
Behrendorff lbw s yorker.
It was the first six-trick of New Zealand at the World Championship and
the second in the tournament after India's Mohammed Shami achieved that podvig
Boult finished with 4-51 in the Lord's Sun, after he had previously removed Finch.
Behrendorff moved away from the career place
5-44 in Australian Wins 64-Way Over England at Lord's Tuesday.
He had an unlucky Henry Nicholas, a chosen man instead of a slayer
Colin Munro's opener, caught behind her back for eight and then
he had Guptill for 20 years.
Williamson was caught behind trying to lead Starock to a third man
leave New Zealand 97/3 in the 26th and Ross Taylor came out for 30.