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NZ beats South Africa in cricket nailbiter

In the rain-shortened match New Zealand made it with just one ball to spare at Eden Park.

New Zealand beats Windies by 143 runs to reach World Cup semis

New Zealand's Martin Guptill became the latest batsman to make Cricket World Cup history with an innings of 237 not out in a total of 393-6.

Cricket World Cup 2015: Proteas cruise to semi-finals

Aiming to win their first ever World Cup knockout, the Proteas bowlers removed both openers inside the first five overs against Sri Lanka.

Holder survives trial by fire as West Indies Captain

Amid the excitements and plot twists of the pool stage of the Cricket World Cup, a small but compelling drama has played out off-stage.

CWC15: Cup chase heats up as knockout stage begins

The 2015 Cricket World Cup moves into the quarterfinals stage, with any one of the remaining eight teams able to clinch the ultimate prize.

India beats Zimbabwe by 6 wickets to stay unbeaten

Brendan Taylor's flamboyant 138 in a valedictory innings almost spurred Zimbabwe to a shock win over India at the Cricket World Cup on Saturday.

Win over UAE ensures Proteas gain quarter-final spot

Sterling batting from captain AB de Villiers and strong bowling cemented South Africa's place in the final eight, against a nonthreatening UAE attack.

Bangladesh knocks England out of world cup with 15-run win

With their first ever world cup century, the Bangladesh side piled on the pressure and reduced England to a mess of fallen wickets and bruised egos.

Proteas crumbling under Pakistan pressure raises old doubts

"I didn't feel any electric vibe. It's my responsibility to get the guys going, which I didn't," said captain AB de Villiers after losing to Pakistan.

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