WORLD CUP SEMI FINAL: AUSTRALIA v ENGLAND
Score: Australia 223 (49 overs), England 2-226 (32.1 overs)
Man of the moment: Chris Woakes. Swung momentum England's way with two wickets in a lively opening spell, including the all-important scalp of David Warner.
Key moment: Jofra Archer's dismissal of Glenn Maxwell. Reduced Australia to 6-157 in the 35th over, all but ensuring the visitors would fall short of a total they could realistically defend.
Stat of the day: Steve Smith produced his fourth score of 50-plus in a World Cup knock-out game. No batsman has achieved that feat apart from Indian icon Sachin Tendulkar.
Summary: England lost the toss but won almost every key moment from that point on. Smith did well to rally after Australia crashed to 3-14 but the hosts kept on taking key wickets, while Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow's opening stand of 124 runs ruined any hopes of a close contest.
Quote of the day: "That was really disappointing how it ended, especially to put up probably one of our worst performances overall for the tournament," Australia captain Aaron Finch.