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Results
Finals
  • India v Sri Lanka.
    2 April, Mumbai.
Semi-finals
  • Sri Lanka beat New Zealand by 5 wickets.
    29 March, Colombo.
    New Zealand 217 (48.5 overs, S Styris 57, M Guptill 39, R Taylor 36, L Malinga 3-55)
    Sri Lanka 220-5 (47.5 overs, T Dilshan 73, K Sangakkara 54, T Southee 3-57)
  • India beat Pakistan by 29 runs.
    30 March, Mohali.
    India 260-9 (50 overs, S Tendulkar 85, V Sehwag 38, S Raina 36*, Wahab Riaz 5-46)
    Pakistan 231 (49.5 overs, Misbah-ul-Haq 56, Mohammed Hafeez 43)
Quarter-finals
  • Pakistan beat West Indies by 10 wickets.
    23 March, Mirpur.
    West Indies 112 (43.3 overs, S Chanderpaul 44*, Shahid Afridi 4-30)
    Pakistan 113-0 (20.5 overs, Mohammed Hafeez 61*, Kamran Akmal 47*)
  • India beat Australia by 5 wickets.
    24 March, Ahmedabad.
    Australia 260-6 (50 overs, R Ponting 104, B Haddin 53, D Hussey 38*)
    India 261-5 (47.4 overs, Yuvraj Singh 57*, S Tendulkar 53, G Gambhir 50)
  • New Zealand beat South Africa by 49 runs.
    25 March, Mirpur.
    New Zealand 221-8 (50 overs, J Ryder 83, R Taylor 43, M Morkel 3-46)
    South Africa 172 (43.2 overs, J Kallis 47, F du Plessis 36, AB de Villiers 35, J Oram 4-39, N McCullum 3-24)
  • Sri Lanka beat England by 10 wickets.
    26 March, Colombo.
    England 229-6 (50 overs, J Trott 86, E Morgan 50)
    Sri Lanka 231-0 (39.3 overs, T Dilshan 108, U Tharanga 102*)
Group A
                    P   W  NR   L   Pts     NRR
Pakistan            6   5   0   1    10    0.76   Qual
Sri Lanka           6   4   1   1     9    2.58   Qual
Australia           6   4   1   1     9    1.12   Qual
New Zealand         6   4   0   2     8    1.14   Qual
Zimbabwe            6   2   0   4     4    0.03
Canada              6   1   0   5     2   -1.99
Kenya               6   0   0   6     0   -3.04
  • New Zealand beat Kenya by 10 wickets.
    Scorecard 20 February, Chennai.
    Kenya 69 (23.5 overs, H Bennett 4-16, J Oram 3-2, T Southee 3-13)
    New Zealand 72-0 (8 overs, M Guptill 39*)
  • Sri Lanka beat Canada by 210 runs.
    Scorecard 20 February, Hambantota.
    Sri Lanka 332-7 (50 overs, D Jayawardene 100, K Sangakkara 92, T Dilshan 50)
    Canada 122 (36.5 overs, R Cheema 37, KMDN Kulasekara 3-16, NLTC Perera 3-24)
  • Australia beat Zimbabwe by 109 runs.
    21 February, Ahmedabad.
    Australia 262-6 (50 overs, S Watson 79, M Clarke 58*)
    Zimbabwe 171 (46.2overs, G Cremer 37, M Johnson 4-19)
  • Pakistan beat Kenya by 205 runs.
    Scorecard 23 February, Hambantota.
    Pakistan 317-7 (50 overs, Umar Akmal 71, Misbah-ul-Haq 65, Kamran Akmal 55, Younis Khan 50, T Odoyo 3-41)
    Kenya 112 (33.1 overs, C Obuya 47, S Afridi 5-16)
  • Australia beat New Zealand by 7 wickets.
    25 February, Nagpur.
    New Zealand 206 (45.1 overs, N McCullum 52, D Vettori 44, M Johnson 4-33, S Tait 3-35)
    Australia 207-3 (34 overs, S Watson 62, B Haddin 55)
  • Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 11 runs.
    26 February, Colombo.
    Pakistan 277-7 (50 overs, Misbah-ul-Haq 83, Younus Khan 72, Kamran Akmal 39)
    Sri Lanka 266-9 (50 overs, C Silva 57, K Sangakkara 49, T Dilshan 41)
  • Zimbabwe beat Canada by 175 runs.
    Scorecard 28 February, Nagpur.
    Zimbabwe 298-9 (50 overs, T Taibu 98, C Ervine 85, W Balaji Rao 4-57)
    Canada 123 (42.1 overs, R Price 3-16, A Cremer 3-31)
  • Sri Lanka beat Kenya by 9 wickets.
    Scorecard 1 March, Colombo.
    Kenya 142 (43.4 overs, C Obuya 52, D Obuya 51, L Malinga 6-38)
    Sri Lanka 146-1 (18.4 overs, u Tharanga 67*, T Dilshan 44)
  • Pakistan beat Canada by 46 runs.
    Scorecard 3 March, Colombo.
    Pakistan 148 (43 overs, Umar Akmal 48, Misbah ul Haq 37, H Baidwan 3-35)
    Canada 138 (42.5 overs, J Hansra 43, Shahid Afridi 5-23)
  • New Zealand beat Zimbabwe by 10 wickets.
    4 March, Ahmedabad.
    Zimbabwe 162 (46.2 overs, B Taylor 44, P Utseya 36, T Southee 3-29)
    New Zealand 166-0 (33.3 overs, M Guptill 86*, B McCullum 76*)
  • Sri Lanka v Australia - no result.
    5 March, Colombo.
    Sri Lanka 146-3 (32.5 overs, K Sangakkara 73*)
  • Canada beat Kenya by 5 wickets.
    Scorecard 7 March, Delhi.
    Kenya 198 (50 overs, T Mishra 51, T Odoyo 51, H Osinde 4-26)
    Canada 199-5 (43.5 overs, J Hansra 70, A Bagai 64*)
  • New Zealand beat Pakistan by 110 runs.
    8 March, Pallekele.
    New Zealand 302-7 (50 overs, R Taylor 131*, M Guptill 57, Umar Gul 3-32)
    Pakistan 192 (41.4 overs, Abdul Razzaq 62, Umar Akmal 38, T Southee 3-25)
  • Sri Lanka beat Zimbabwe by 139 runs.
    10 March, Pallekele.
    Sri Lanka 327-6 (50 overs, T Dilshan 144, U Tharanga 133, C Mpofu 4-62)
    Zimbabwe 188 (39 overs, B Taylor 80, R Chakabva 35, T Dilshan 4-4, M Muralitharan 3-34)
  • New Zealand beat Canada by 97 runs.
    Scorecard 13 March, Mumbai.
    New Zealand 358-6 (50 overs, B McCullum 101, R Taylor 74, J Ryder 38, S Styris 35, H Baidwan 3-84)
    Canada 261-9 (50 overs, A Bagai 84, J Hansra 70, J Oram 3-47)
  • Australia beat Kenya by 60 runs.
    Scorecard 13 March, Bangalore.
    Australia 324-6 (50 overs, M Clarke 93, B Haddin 65, M Hussey 54, R Ponting 36, N Odhiambo 3-57)
    Kenya 264-6 (50 overs, C Obuya 98*, T Mishra 72, T Odoyo 35)
  • Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 7 wickets (DL).
    14 March, Pallekele. Target: 162 from 38 overs
    Zimbabwe 151-7 (39.4 overs, C Ervine 52, Umar Gul 3-36)
    Pakistan 164-3 (34.1 overs, Asad Shafiq 78*, Mohammad Hafeez 49)
  • Australia beat Canada by 7 wickets.
    Scorecard 16 March, Bangalore.
    Canada 211 (45.4 overs, H Patel 54, A Bagai 39, B Lee 4-46)
    Australia 212-3 (34.5 overs, S Watson 94, B Haddin 88)
  • Sri Lanka beat New Zealand by 112 runs.
    18 March, Mumbai.
    Sri Lanka 265-9 (50 overs, K Sangakkara 111, D Jayawardene 66, A Mathews 41, T Southee 3-63)
    New Zealand 153 (35 overs, M Muralitharan 4-25)
  • Pakistan beat Australia by 4 wickets.
    19 March, Colombo.
    Australia 176 (46.4 overs, B Haddin 42, Umar Gul 3-30_
    Pakistan 178-6 (41 overs, Asad Shafiq 46, Umar Akmal 44*, B Lee 4-28)
  • Zimbabwe beat Kenya by 161 runs.
    Scorecard 20 March, Kolkata.
    Zimbabwe 308-6 (50 overs, C Ervine 66, V Sibanda 61, T Taibu 53, E Chigumbura 38)
    Kenya 147 (36 overs, N Odhiambo 44)
Group B
                    P   W   T   L   Pts    NRR
South Africa        6   5   0   1    10   2.03     Qual
India               6   4   1   1     9   0.90     Qual
England             6   3   1   2     7   0.07     Qual
West Indies         6   3   0   3     6   1.07     Qual
Bangladesh          6   3   0   3     6  -1.36
Ireland             6   2   0   4     4  -0.70
Netherlands         6   0   0   6     0  -2.05
  • Bangladesh lost to India by 87 runs.
    19 February, Mirpur.
    India 370-4 (50 overs, V Sehwag 175, V Kohli 100*, G Gambhir 39)
    Bangladesh 283-9 (50 overs, Tamim Iqbal 70, Shakib Al Hasan 55, Junaid Siddique 37, M Patel 4-48)
  • England beat Netherlands by 6 wickets.
    Scorecard Nagpur, 22 February.
    Netherlands 292-6 (50 overs, R ten Doeschate 119, T Cooper 47, P Borren 35*)
    England 296-4 (48.4 overs, A Strauss 88, J Trott 62, K Pietersen 39)
  • South Africa beat West Indies by 7 wickets.
    Delhi, 24 February.
    West Indies 222 (47.3 overs, DM Bravo 73, D Smith 36, I Tahir 4-41, D Steyn 3-24)
    South Africa 223-3 (42.5 overs, AB de Villiers 107*, G Smith 45, JP Duminy 42*)
  • Bangladesh beat Ireland by 27 runs.
    Scorecard Mirpur, 25 February.
    Bangladesh 205 (49.2 overs, Tamim Iqbal 44, Raqibul Hasan 38, Mushfiqur Rahim 36, A Botha 3-32)
    Ireland 178 (45 overs, N O'Brien 38, K O'Brien 37, Shafiul Islam 4-21)
  • India tied with England.
    Bangaleru, 27 February.
    India 338 (49.5 overs, S Tendulkar 120, Yuvraj Singh 58, G Gambhir 51, V Sehwag 35, T Bresnan 5-48)
    England 338-8 (50 overs, A Strauss 158, I Bell 69, Z Khan 3-64)
  • West Indies beat Netherlands by 215 runs.
    Scorecard Delhi, 28 February.
    West Indies 330-8 (50 overs, C Gayle 80, K Pollard 60, D Smith 53, R Sarwan 49, P Seelaar 3-45)
    Netherlands 115 (31.3 overs, T Cooper 55*, K Roach 6-27)
  • Ireland beat England by 2 wickets.
    Scorecard Bangalore, 2 March.
    England 327-8 (50 overs, J Trott 92, I Bell 81, K Pietersen 59, J Mooney 4-63)
    Ireland 329-7 (49.1 overs, K O'Brien 113, A Cusack 47, G Swann 3-47)
  • South Africa beat Netherlands by 231 runs.
    Scorecard Mohali, 3 March.
    South Africa 351-5 (50 overs, AB de Villiers 134, H Amla 113, JP Duminy 40, R ten Doeschate 3-72)
    Netherlands 120 (34.5 overs, W Barresi 44, Imran Tahir 3-19)
  • Bangladesh lost to West Indies by 9 wickets.
    Mirpur, 4 March.
    Bangladesh 58 (18.5 overs, S Benn 4-18, K Roach 3-19)
    West Indies 59-1 (12.2 overs, C Gayle 37*)
  • England beat South Africa by 6 runs.
    Chennai, 6 March.
    England 171 (45.4 overs, R Bopara 60, J Trott 52, Imran Tahir 4-38, R Petersen 3-22)
    South Africa 165 (47.4 overs, H Amla 42, S Broad 4-15)
  • India beat Ireland by 5 wickets.
    Scorecard Bangalore, 6 March.
    Ireland 207 (47.5 overs, W Porterfield 75, N O'Brien 46, Yuvraj Singh 5-31, Z Khan 3-30)
    India 210-5 (46 overs, Yuvraj Singh 50*, S Tendulkar 38)
  • India beat Netherlands by 5 wickets.
    Scorecard Delhi, 9 March.
    Netherlands 189 (46.4 overs, P Borren 38, Z Khan 3-20)
    India 191-5 (36.3 overs, Yuvraj Singh 51*, V Sehwag 39)
  • West Indies beat Ireland by 44 runs.
    Mohali, 11 March.
    West Indies 275 (50 overs, D Smith 107, K Pollard 94, S Chanderpaul 35, K O'Brien 4-71)
    Ireland 231 (49 overs, E Joyce 84, G Wilson 61, S Benn 4-53, D Sammy 3-31)
  • Bangladesh beat England by 2 wickets.
    Scorecard Chittagong, 11 March.
    England 225 (49.4 overs, J Trott 67, E Morgan 63)
    Bangladesh 227-8 (49 overs, Imrul Kayes 60, A Shahzad 3-43)
  • South Africa beat India by 3 wickets.
    Nagpur, 12 March.
    India 296 (48.4 overs, S Tendulkar 111, V Sehwag 73, G Gambhir 69, D Steyn 5-50)
    South Africa 300-7 (49.4 overs, J Kallis 69, H Amla 61, AB de Villiers 53, Harbhajan Singh 3-53)
  • Bangladesh beat Netherlands by 6 wickets.
    Scorecard Chittagong, 14 March.
    Netherlands 160 (46.2 overs, R ten Doeschate 53*, Abdur Razzak 3-29)
    Bangladesh 166-4 (41.2 overs. Imrul Kayes 73*, Shahriar Nafees 37, Junaid Siddique 35)
  • South Africa beat Ireland by 131 runs.
    Scorecard Kolkata, 15 March.
    South Africa 272-7 (50 overs, JP Duminy 99, C Ingram 46, M van Wyk 42)
    Ireland 141 (33.2 overs, R Peterson 3-32, M Morkel 3-33)
  • England beat West Indies by 18 runs.
    Chennai, 17 March.
    England 243 (48.4 overs, J Trott 47, L Wright 44, A Russell 4-49, D Bishoo 3-34)
    West Indies 225 (44.4 overs, A Russell 49, C Gayle 43, D Sammy 41, J Tredwell 4-48, G Swann 3-36)
  • Ireland beat Netherlands by 6 wickets.
    Scorecard Kolkata, 18 March.
    Netherlands 306 (50 overs, R ten Doeschate 106, P Borren 84, W Barresi 44)
    Ireland 307-4 (47.4 overs, P Stirling 101, W Porterfield 68, N O'Brien 57*)
  • South Africa beat Bangladesh by 206 runs.
    Mirpur, 19 March.
    South Africa 284-8 (50 overs, J Kallis 69, F du Plessis 52, H Amla 51, G Smith 45, Rubel Hossain 3-56)
    Bangladesh 78 (28 overs, R Peterson 4-12, L Tsotsobe 3-14)
  • India beat West Indies by 80 runs.
    Chennai, 20 March.
    India 268 (49.1 overs, Yuvraj Singh 113, V Kohli 59, R Rampaul 5-51)
    West Indies 188 (43 overs, D Smith 81, R Sarwan 39, Z Khan 3-26)
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