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Warner,Maxwell powers Australia to huge 275 run win

Australia won by 275 runs over Afghanistan
Cricket world cup 2015, Australia scored highest total in ICC world cup history, chasing a big total of 418 runs Afghanistan managed to score only 142 runs in 37.3 overs. Australia won against Afghanistan by massive 275 runs. Nawroj Mangal(34) was the top scorer for Afghanistan. In Australia bowling, Mitchell Johnson was the top wicket taker with 4/22, Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc took 2 wickets each, Clarke and Maxwell took 1 wicket each. Earlier, David Warner(178 from 133 balls) and Maxwell(88 from 39 balls) were the top scorer for Australia in the massive win, David Warner scored his career best with this innings, before this 163 was his best. Shappor Zadran ,Dawlat Zadran took 2 wickets each. David Warner was awarded with man of the match. Earlier, Afghanistan won the toss and elected to field first. This is the 2nd biggest win in world cup history, previously New Zealand win over Netherlands by 280 runs in 2011 world cup is the biggest win.


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