Semifinals: NZ In, India out 

New Zealand 125 for 2 (Williamson 40*, Conway 36*) beat Afghanistan 124 for 8 (Najibullah 73, Boult 3-17, Southee 2-24) by eight wickets

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Semifinals: NZ In, India out 

New Zealand were clinical. As they have now made the semi finals of four World Cups in a row (including ODI World Cups), this is perhaps not surprising.

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Semifinals: NZ In, India out 

Needing a win to ensure themselves a place in the final four, they produced what turned out to be a match-winning powerplay.

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Semifinals: NZ In, India out 

Kane Williamson cycled his three quicks - Trent Boult, Tim Southee, and Adam Milne - through the first six overs, giving them two apiece.

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Semifinals: NZ In, India out 

They each claimed a wicket, and helped keep Afghanistan to less than four an over while the fielding restrictions were in operation.

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Semifinals: NZ In, India out 

Afghanistan recovered slightly, through a Najibullah Zadran half-century, but apart from during one 19-run over against Mitchell Santner, never really managed to find momentum after that awful start.

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Semifinals: NZ In, India out 

They spluttered their way to 124 for 8, and were always going to struggle to defend it.

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Semifinals: NZ In, India out 

In response, New Zealand strode to 45 for 1 at the end of their powerplay, and then Kane Williamson and Devon Conway came together to stroll to the finish -

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their unbeaten 68-run stand taking up 56 balls, even as the side won with 11 balls to spare.

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Semifinals: NZ In, India out 

With this win they have not only ended Afghanistan's semi-final hopes, but also those of India, whom they had beaten earlier in the tournament.

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