Australia Surpass Homies And Book Their Semi-Final Spot

Australia Surpass Homies And Book Their Semi-Final Spot
Australia Surpass Homies And Book Their Semi-Final Spot
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Here we have our firsts Semi-Finalists this year, Australia. England on the other hand, have a tough road ahead. They probably need to win both their games against New Zealand and India to qualify or win one and keep their faith on another result, earlier in day finch scored a brilliant hundred and Warner was in good nick.

On the other side, England did have a good start to the run Chace, Stroke showed some fight in middle overs before the ball of the tournament by starch has come…Jason Behrendorff took five-wicket at end 64 runs.

Australia skipper, Aaron Finch says they are pleased and reckons they have played good cricket and are looking to build on it. Tells England is a stand outside and can take the game away. Says it was important to chip in with wickets as Stokes and Buttler can take the game away.

On the inspired team changes, he says Behrendorff was bought as he can swing the ball both ways and says it is fantastic the way he bowled. On Warner’s new approach, Finch tells that he is respecting the bowlers more and is looking to build a base rather than going after it. Tells they are confident and it gives them a good chance to play their best cricket.

Eoin Morgan | England Captain:

Says they were outplayed and they did not bowl well up front. Reckons they played well in the top and capitalized on it. Says though it got easier to, later on, they did not apply themselves in. Says the wicket was soft and laughs and says wish they would have batted. Credits Finch for the innings they played and. Reckons it is not too disappointing as they still have their faith in their own hands. Admits they need to turnaround everything and he is not looking to point out just one error.

 Aaron Finch| Australia Captain | MAN OF THE MATCH:

Says anytime you contribute when your team wins, is special. Says it was good to see through the initial tough period and get to a century. Tells us a building that opening stand with Warner was crucial. On this being his 7th ODI ton against England, he says it gives him confidence and it is good to score against tough opposition. Says it was seaming and zipping initially in the day and they were just looking to cash in on the loose deliveries.

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