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The Cricket World Cup final between England and New Zealand needed a super over to decide the winner after a thrilling match finished in a tie at Lord's on Sunday.
Australia won the toss but that was the only thing that went their way in Edgbaston as they were bundled out for 223 before the hots got to the target with 17.5 overs and eight wickets to spare.
After the first semi-final match between India and New Zealand was suspended due to rain, the reserve day started with New Zealand setting 240 as the target for India.
Angelo Mathews' century went in vain as both Indian openers scored centuries to help India end the group stage with a win.
It was a complete performance by Pakistan with both bat and ball but unfortunately, it was too little, too late for their semi-final hopes.
The Caribbean side scored 311 for six in their 50 overs in Leeds and although the Afghans put up a brave fight, they ultimately went down by 23 runs.
After being unbeaten at the end of six games, New Zealand have now lost to Pakistan, Australia and England.
After winning the toss, almost everything went India's way as they knocked out Bangladesh and bounced back from their defeat to England.
In pursuit of a World Cup record chase, Pooran had his side in the hunt but couldn't quite get them over the line.
Bairstow's century and fifties from Stokes and Roy helped England post 337/7, which proved to be too much for India despite Rohit's century.
It went down to the final over but Pakistan got over the line and have now overtaken England into fourth place.