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New Zealand Succeeded in 7th one

New Zealand reached finals
Cricket World Cup 2015, New Zealand finally goes to first ever world cup finals in the 11 world cup. New Zealand has played all 10 world cups from 1975 from 2011 but never played final but played 6 semifinals till 2011. With this New Zealand breaked the Jinx of making to finals and remove their tag as Chokers. New Zealand will play finals on 29 March. New Zealand is unbeaten besides India in this tournament.


World Cup        Stages Reached
 1975           Semi Finals
 1979           Semi Finals
 1983           Group Stage
 1987           Group Stage
 1992           Semi Finals
 1996           Quarter Finals
 1999           Semi Finals
 2003           Super Sixes
 2007           Semi Finals
 2011           Semi Finals
 2015           Finals

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