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ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 in India, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh

World Cup Cricket 2011 The 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup will be the tenth Cricket World Cup, and will be hosted by three South Asian Test cricket playing countries; India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. It will take place during the months of February and March 2011, with the first match being played on 19 February 2011.29 matches out of 49 will be played in India including one quarterfinal, semi-final and final, 12 matches in Sri Lanka including one quarterfinal and semifinal and eight matches in Bangladesh including two quarterfinals. See TV, Internet, Radio schedules.World Cup 2011 Home | ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 News | World Cup 2011 Schedule | World Cup 2011 Teams | Warm-up Matches

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ICC World Cup Cricket Group B

Teams Mat Won Lost Tied N/R Pts
South Africa 6 5 1 0 0 10
India 6 4 1 1 0 9
England 6 3 2 1 0 7
West Indies 6 3 3 0 0 6
Bangladesh 6 3 3 0 0 6
Ireland 6 2 4 0 0 4
Netherlands 6 0 6 0 0 0

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Group B Matches

19 Feb, 2011 India  v Bangladesh Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka

ICC World Cup Match 1, India v Bangladesh, Group B - Sehwag and Kohli set up massive win for India

India defeated Bangladesh by 87 runs in the first match of the 2011 Cricket World Cup. Opener Virender Sehwag ignored an injury to smash 175 - his second World Cup century - to lift India to a massive 370-4 on Saturday at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Mirapur, Dhaka. He added 203 runs with Virat Kohli for the third wicket with the latter also completing a century in the final over. Kohli finished on 100 not out off 83 balls in his World Cup debut.Bangladesh made 283 for nine in 50 overs with opener Tamim Iqbal top scoring with 70 and captain Shakib-al-Hasan scoring 55. For India, pacer Munaf Patel picked up four for 48 from 10 overs. Earlier Bangladesh Captain Shakib won the toss and put India to bat. Bangladesh team
Tamim Iqbal, Imrul Kayes, Junaid Siddique, Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan, Raqibul Hasan, Naeem Islam, Mahmudullah, Abdur Razzak, Shafiul Islam, Rubel Hossain India team
SR Tendulkar, V Sehwag, G Gambhir, V Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni, YK Pathan, Harbhajan Singh, Z Khan, S Sreesanth, MM Patel.
India 370 for 4 (Sehwag 175, Kohli 100*) beat Bangladesh 283 for 9 (Tamim 70, Shakib 55, Munaf 4-48) by 87 runs

22 Feb, 2011 England  v Netherlands Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur

ICC World Cup 5th Match, England v Netherlands, Group B - England sneak past Dutch

England survived a major scare in their opening World Cup match as they beat a spirited Netherlands with only eight balls to spare in Nagpur. All-rounder Ryan ten Doeschate smashed 119 from 110 balls as the Dutch took advantage of some poor England bowling and abject fielding to post 292-6.Chasing 293, Collingwood (30 off 23 balls) and Bopara (30 off 20 balls) ensured the victorious total of 296 for four with just eight balls remaining.
England 296 for 4 (Strauss 88, Trott 62) beat Netherlands 292 for 6 (ten Doeschate 119*, Cooper 47) by six wickets

24 Feb, 2011 South Africa  v West Indies Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi

ICC World Cup 7th Match, South Africa v West Indies, Group B - South Africa begin campaign in style

AB de Villiers made a sublime unbeaten 107 as South Africa beat West Indies by seven wickets in World Cup Group B. Pakistan-born bowler Imran Tahir took 4-41 on his one-day debut for South Africa to restrict the Windies to just 222. AB de Villiers produced a man-of-the-match display, scoring his tenth ODI century with an unbeaten 107 off just 105 balls, which included eight fours and two sixes, while JP Duminy was unbeaten at the other end on 42.
South Africa 223 for 3 (de Villiers 107*, Smith 45, Pollard 1-37) beat West Indies 222 (Bravo 73, Tahir 4-41, Botha 2-48) by seven wickets

25 Feb, 2011 Bangladesh  v Ireland Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka

ICC World Cup 9th Match, Bangladesh v Ireland, Group B - First victory for Bangladesh

Bangladesh spinners, so ineffective against India, rediscovered their magical touch on Friday to fashion an exciting 27-run win over Ireland in a low-scoring Group B match of the 2011 World Cup at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. Shafiul Islam, who passed a last minute fitness test, took four wickets for 10 runs in five overs to send Ireland crashing to a 27 runs defeat as Bangladesh ended three years, 10 months and 10 days of waiting for revenge for their defeat at the last World Cup in Barbados.Andre Botha (3-32) was the pick of the Irish bowlers, but they were reduced to 110-5 in reply on a slow pitch. Niall O'Brien (38) and Kevin O'Brien (37) got the Irish close, but they were 178 all out.
Bangladesh 205 (Tamim 44, Botha 3-32, Johnston 3-40) beat Ireland 178 (Shafiul 4-21) by 27 runs

27 Feb, 2011 India  v England M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore

ICC World Cup 11th Match, India v England, Group B - England & India in thrilling tie

A brilliant 158 from Andrew Strauss saw England tie an extraordinary World Cup group match against India in Bangalore. Strauss along with Ian Bell put England in command with a 170-run second-wicket stand, before Zaheer Khan dismissed both batsmen in successive balls. England needed 14 from the last over, but fell one run short of victory needing two off the final ball.Earlier, India scored a mammoth 338 with the help of Tendulkar's 120-run knock which came off 115 balls (5 sixes and 10 fours). Tendulkar hit his 47th century off 103 balls as India crossed the 200-run mark in the 35th over. This is Tendulkar's fifth World Cup century - the most by any player in the world.
India 338 all out in 49.5 overs (Tendulkar 120, Gambhir 51, Yuvraj 58, Bresnan 5-48) tied with England 338/8 in 50 overs (Strauss 158, Bell 69, Zaheer 3-64)

ICC World Cup 11th Match, India v England, Group B - First big test for India

India will face their first big test in the ongoing Cricket World Cup when they face England in a Group ‘B’ match at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore. Strong contenders India beat Bangladesh in their first match while England wobbled a bit before getting past the Netherlands in their respective first outings. England captain Andrew Strauss has called on his side to ruin India's World Cup party as he believes England could conjure up a surprise.Both teams are likely to stick with the same starting XIs as in their first matches, with everyone available for the hosts apart from paceman Ashish Nehra. India captain Dhoni has warned his players they must forget about the emphatic nature of their victory over Bangladesh and not get carried away so early on in the tournament.
Start time: 09:00 GMT | 14:30 local | 04:00 EST

28 Feb, 2011 West Indies  v Netherlands Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi

ICC World Cup 13th Match, Netherlands v West Indies, Group B - Kemar Roach hat-trick destroys Dutch

22-year-old Kemar Roach from Barbados took the first World Cup hat-trick by a West Indian in superb figures of 6-27. Chris Gayle (80) and Kieron Pollard (60 from 27 balls) took the Windies to an imposing 330-8 on a pitch of irregular bounce, before Roach produced some exhilarating pace as the associate nation capitulated for 115.
West Indies 330 for 8 (Gayle 80, Pollard 60, Seelaar 3-45) beat Netherlands 115 (Cooper 55*, Roach 6-27) by 215 runs

2 Mar, 2011 England  v Ireland M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore

ICC World Cup 15th Match, England v Ireland, Group B - Brilliant Ireland shock England

All-rounder Kevin O'Brien smashed 113 off 63 balls - the fastest century in Cricket World Cup history - as Ireland recovered from 111-5 to overhaul their target of 328 with five balls to spare and pull off an astonishing victory over England in Bangalore. Earlier, fifties from Kevin Pietersen, Jonathan Trott and Ian Bell had driven England to an imposing 327-8. O'Brien, a 26-year-old all-rounder who had never made a fifty in nine previous World Cup innings, turned the match on its head with a brutal display of hitting featuring 13 fours and six sixes.
50 balls K O'Brien v Eng 2011
66 balls M Hayden v SA, 2007
67 balls J Davison v WI, 2003
72 balls Kapil Dev v Zim, 1983
72 balls A Gilchrist v SL, 2007
Ireland 329 for 7 (K O'Brien 113) beat England 327 for 8 by three wickets

3 Mar, 2011 South Africa  v Netherlands Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali

ICC World Cup 16th Match, Netherlands v South Africa, Group B - South Africa crush Dutch to top Group B

South Africa steamrolled the Netherlands by 231 runs in Thursday's World Cup match to top Group B at Mohali. South Africa rode the marathon 221-run third wicket stand between Hashim Amla (113) and AB de Villiers (134) and JP Duminy's (40) subsequent 15-ball cameo to post 351-5 after they were asked to bat first. AB de Villiers, who made 107 in their first match against West Indies, struck a 134 from 98 balls with 13 fours and four sixes - his 11th one-day century. South Africa then mowed down the Dutch top half by the time they reached the 100-mark.
South Africa 351 for 5 (de Villiers 134, Amla 113) beat Netherlands 120 (Tahir 3-19, Kallis 2-19) by 231 runs

4 Mar, 2011 Bangladesh  v West Indies Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka

ICC World Cup 19th Match, Bangladesh v West Indies, Group B - West Indies team bus stoned in Dhaka following Bangladesh's lowest-ever ODI total of 58

The bus carrying the West Indies players has been stoned on its way back to the team hotel after they thrashed Bangladesh by nine wickets in Mirpur. A Bangladesh police official said the fans had mistaken the West Indies bus for the Bangladesh bus. The West Indies had produced a thumping performance to beat Bangaldesh by 9 wickets in their World Cup Group B match at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka earlier.Bangladesh were dismissed for 58, its lowest score in a World Cup. They were blown out inside 19 overs on a decent pitch to finish with the fourth lowest total in World Cup history. West Indies, led by Chris Gayle with 37 not out, took less than 13 overs to reach the winning target.
36 Canada vs. Sri Lanka Paarl, 2003
45 Canada vs. England Manchester, 1979
45 Namibia vs. Australia Potchefstroom, 2003
58 Bangladesh vs. West Indies Dhaka, 2011
68 Scotland vs. West Indies Leicester, 1999
West Indies 59 for 1 (Gayle 37*) beat Bangladesh 58 (Benn 4-18) by nine wickets

6 Mar, 2011 India  v Ireland M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore

ICC World Cup 22nd Match, India v Ireland, Group B - Yuvraj's five & 50 save India

Yuvraj Singh saved the blushes for India by picking his maiden five-for to restrict Ireland to 207 before he hit an unbeaten fifty to settle India's nerves in a hard-fought win in Bangalore. Needing just 208 for a victory, India managed to lose 4 wickets for 100 runs before Yuvraj and Dhoni put on 67 runs and Pathan cracked 3 sixes and 2 fours to see India through.
India 210 for 5 (Yuvraj 50) beat Ireland 207 (Porterfield 75, Yuvraj 5-31) by 5 wickets

6 Mar, 2011 England  v South Africa M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai

ICC World Cup 21th Match, England v South Africa, Group B - England stun S Africa in thriller

England produced the most astonishing comeback of the World Cup to beat South Africa by six runs in Chennai. They lost two wickets in the first over and though Jonathan Trott (52) and Ravi Bopara (60) put on 99, they were bowled out for 171 in the 46th over. South Africa appeared to be coasting in reply at 124-3 but lost four wickets for three runs in five overs.
England 171 (Bopara 60, Trott 52, Tahir 4-38) beat South Africa 165 (Amla 42, Broad 4-15) by six runs

9 Mar, 2011 India  v Netherlands Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi

ICC World Cup 25th Match, India v Netherlands, Group B - India beat Netherlands by 5 wickets to consolidate their Group B lead.

After winning the toss and electing to bat, the Netherlands batting line up crashed to 127/7 in 38 overs even though they got a good start, taking 56/1 in 15 overs. Zaheer Khan took three wickets for 20 runs to help India bowl out the Netherlands for 189 at the Ferozeshah Kotla stadium.Chasing a modest target of 190 to win, India were given a flying start by openers Virender Sehwag (39 off 26 balls) and Sachin Tendulkar (27 off 22 balls) as they added 69 runs in just 7.3 overs. However, a triple strike by Pieter Seelaar and another wicket by Peter Borren had India struggling at 99/4 at one point of time. Yuvraj rescued the home team from this precarious position and guided them to a 5 wicket victory over Netherlands with 81 balls to spare and consolidated their top spot in the points table. India now have 7 points from 4 games with England, who have 5 points off as many games, at the second place. India is still Group B's only unbeaten team, with just a tie against England spoiling its 100 per cent record.Sachin Tendulkar, today added another feather in his cap when he became the first batsman to score 2,000 runs in the World Cup. He achieved the feat during his 27-run knock in their group B match against the Netherlands at the Feroz Shah Kotla. Playing in his 40th World Cup match, the champion batsman reached the milestone in style, smashing Ryan ten Doeschate for three consecutive boundaries.
India 191/5 (36.3 ov) (Cooper 29, Borren 38, Zaheer Khan 6.4-0-20-3) beat Netherlands 189 (46.4 ov) (Sehwag 39, Tendulkar 27, Yuvraj Singh 51, Seelar 10-1-53-3) by 5 wickets

11 Mar, 2011 Ireland / v West Indies Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali

ICC World Cup 27th Match, Ireland v West Indies, Group B - Pollard and Smith power Windies to victory

Devon Smith scored a career-best 107 and Kieron Pollard smashed 94 off 55 balls as West Indies beat Ireland by 44 runs in World Cup Group B in Mohali.
West Indies 275 (Smith 107, Pollard 94, O'Brien 4-71) beat Ireland 231 (Joyce 84, Wilson 61, Sammy 3-31, Benn 4-53) by 44 runs

11 Mar, 2011 Bangladesh  v England Chittagong Divisional Stadium, Chittagong

ICC World Cup 28th Match, Bangladesh v England, Group B - Bangladesh rally to shock England

Bangladesh weathered a batting collapse to pull off a shock World Cup win, after England hit a modest 225 in Chittagong but looked on course to defend it after taking five wickets for 14 runs between the 30th and 40th over. A heroic ninth-wicket stand between Shafiul Islam and Mahmudullah - 58 from 56 balls - resulted in a remarkable two-wicket win that was sealed with six deliveries remaining.
Bangladesh 227 for 8 (Kayes 60, Shahzad 3-63) beat England 225 (Trott 67, Morgan 63) by two wickets

12 Mar, 2011 India  v South Africa Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur

ICC World Cup 29th Match, India v South Africa, Group B - South Africa stun India in the battle of nerves

Sachin Tendulkar's 99th international century proved in vain as South Africa execute a brilliant run chase to beat India in the last over at the Cricket World Cup in Nagpur. Batting first, India lost their last nine wickets for 29 runs after Sachin Tedulkar's departure. They were 253 for 1 at one time, but ended up scoring only 296 with Dale Steyn taking five wickets in 16 balls.In a dramatic finale, tail-ender Robin Peterson struck 18 off seven balls to see the Proteas to a target of 297 with two balls to spare in Nagpur.
India team: Tendulkar, Sehwag, Gambhir, Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni, Y Pathan, Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan, Nehra, Munaf Patel
South Africa 300 for 7 (Kallis 69, Amla 61, de Villiers 52) beat India 296 all out (Tendulkar 111, Steyn 5-50) by three wickets

14 Mar, 2011 Bangladesh  v Netherlands Chittagong Divisional Stadium, Chittagong

ICC World Cup 32nd Match, Bangladesh v Netherlands, Group B - Bangladesh cruise past Netherlands

Co-hosts Bangladesh boosted their hopes of qualifying for the quarter-finals of the World Cup as they eased to victory over the Netherlands in Chittagong. The six-wicket win means England must beat West Indies and hope other results go their way - or be eliminated.
Bangladesh 166 for 4 (Kayes 73*) beat Netherlands 160 (ten Doeschate 53*, Razzak 3-29) by six wickets

15 Mar, 2011 South Africa  v Ireland Eden Gardens, Kolkata

ICC World Cup 34th Match, Ireland v South Africa, Group B - Ireland exit as S Africa progress

South Africa booked their place in the quarter-finals of the World Cup and ended Ireland's hopes of progressing in the tournament with a 131-run win in Kolkata.
South Africa 272/7 (Duminy 99, Ingram 46, van Wyk 42) beat Ireland 141 (33.2 ov) by 131 runs

17 Mar, 2011 England  v West Indies M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai

ICC World Cup 36th Match, England v West Indies, Group B - England win keeps Cup hopes alive

England kept their World Cup campaign alive with a dramatic 18-run win over the West Indies in Chennai. Jonathan Trott (47) gave England a fast start but wickets tumbled in the middle overs and they were dismissed for 243.
The Windies looked to be cruising to victory at 222-6 in the 42nd over, but amazingly collapsed to 225 all out.
England 243 (Trott 47, Russell 4-49) beat West Indies 225 (Russell 49, Tredwell 4-48) by 18 runs

18 Mar, 2011 Ireland v Netherlands Eden Gardens, Kolkata

ICC World Cup 37th Match, Ireland v Netherlands, Group B - Ireland bow out with stylish win

Paul Stirling hit a century off 70 balls as Ireland bowed out of the World Cup with a stirring six-wicket victory over Netherlands in Kolkata. Set 307 to win, Stirling (101) and William Porterfield (68) produced an opening stand of 177 from 162 balls. Niall O'Brien (57 not out) helped wrap up the third highest run chase in World Cup history in the 48th over.
Ireland 307 for 4 (Stirling 101, Porterfield 68, Cooper 2-31) beat Netherlands 306 (ten Doeschate 106, Borren 84, Stirling 2-51) by six wickets

19 Mar, 2011 Bangladesh  v South Africa Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, Dhaka

ICC World Cup 39th Match, Bangladesh v South Africa, Group B - Abject Bangladesh surrender meekly

South Africa eliminated the co-hosts and put England through to the quarter-finals with a massive 206-run victory in Mirpur. Jacques Kallis top-scored with 69 and Faf du Plessis hit a run-a-ball 52 as South Africa raced to 8-284 after Graeme Smith won the toss and elected to bat first. Needing a win to have any chance of qualifying for the quarter-finals, Bangladesh produced an abject batting display to be all out for 78.
South Africa 284 for 8 (Kallis 69, du Plessis 52, Amla 51, Rubel 3-56) beat Bangladesh 78 (Shakib 30, Peterson 4-12, Tsotsobe 3-14) by 206 runs

20 Mar, 2011 India  v West Indies M. A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai

ICC World Cup 42nd Match, India v West Indies, Group B - India win sets up Aussie showdown

India set up a World Cup quarter-final against holders Australia with a 80-run victory over West Indies, who face Pakistan in the last eight. West Indies paceman Ravi Rampaul took 5-51 on his World Cup debut including the wicket of Sachin Tendulkar for two. Yuvraj Singh, who was dropped twice, hit 113 and shared a third wicket stand of 122 with Virat Kohli (59) before India collapsed from 218-3 to 268. Devon Smith hit 81 but West Indies lost eight wickets for 34 to finish on 188.
India 268 (Yuvraj 113, Kohli 59, Rampaul 5-51) beat West Indies 188 (Smith 81, Sarwan 39, Zaheer 3-26) by 60 runs

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.