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Australia vs England Highlights, WC 2019 2nd semifinal: England beat Australia to reach the final.

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Australia (AUS) vs England (ENG) Highlights, ICC WC 2019,
2nd semifinal: England competed with Jason Roy on 85th
and 3rd Chris Vox to defeat Australia on 8 wickets and set
the final against New Zealand 14 July England skipper Eoine
Morgan won the victorious races of his team when they
entered their 1st World Cup finals since 1992. Steve Smith
(85) was the only fighter in Australia, as the number of
defenders was limited to 223 in 49 shots thanks to Wakes
(3/20), Adil Rashid (3/54) and Jofra Archer (2/32).


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“Absolutely pleased. I would like to thank the fans who came out,
our fans were exemplary. Having defeated India in this area, we
would have come with the same confidence. We talked about
wanting to be better from game to game. ”And we wanted to take
control of the ball 1. Very happy for Vaks, he is a cool client and
was one of the best bowlers in the world last year.The guys who
came after that really supported him well. Roy and Johnny on top
of the order are really impressive when they enter. They set the
tone for us. In 1992 I was six years old, I do not remember that,
but I saw a lot. This is an opportunity for us on Sunday, and this
is also very important. This is a huge leap from where we were
in 2015. Everyone in this dressing room should believe it. "


Chris Vouks: Man of the Match
“I was three years old in 1992, it was some time ago. We have
one game, I hope we will go all the way. Going to the World Cup
as favorites, it was important for us to go to knockout stages.
“This is an incredible feeling - to win the semi-final against Australia
in the best place in the world,” said Chris Vaugh.

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Eoin Morgan spent 4000 ODI runs as England skipper, and overall
he is the 13th captain to achieve this feat. Morgan reached 101
opportunities. The two teams that fought for the semi-finals will
meet in the final. Anything can happen in Cricket!

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