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India's path to 2011 World Cup

India's path to the 2011 World Cup title after Saturday's six-wicket win over Sri Lanka.

cricket Updated: Apr 02, 2011 23:10 IST

India's path to the 2011 World Cup title after Saturday's six-wicket win over Sri Lanka:



Group stage
Feb 19
At Dhaka

India 370-4 (Virender Sehwag 175, Virat Kohli 100 not out) v Bangladesh 283-9 (Tamim Iqbal 70, Shakib Al Hasan 55; Munaf Patel 4-48).


India won by 87 runs



Feb 27
At Bangalore

India 338 (Sachin Tendulkar 120, Yuvraj Singh 58, Gautam Gambhir 51; Tim Bresnan 5-48) v England 338-8 (Andrew Strauss 158, Ian Bell 69)


Match tied



March 6
At Bangalore

Ireland 207 (William Porterfield 75; Yuvraj Singh 5-31) v India 210-5 (Yuvraj Singh 50 not out)


India won by five wickets



March 9
At New Delhi

Netherlands 189 v India 191-5 (Yuvraj Singh 51 not out)


India won by five wickets



March 12
At Nagpur

India 296 (Sachin Tendulkar 111, Virender Sehwag 73, Gautam Gambhir 69; Dale Steyn 5-50) v South Africa 300-7 (Jacques Kallis 69, Hashim Amla 61, AB de Villiers 52)


South Africa won by three wickets



March 20
At Chennai

India 268 (Yuvraj Singh 113, Virat Kohli 59; Ravi Rampaul 5-51) v West Indies 188 (Devon Smith 81)


India won by 80 runs



Quarter-final
March 24
At Ahmedabad

Australia 260 for 6 (Ricky Ponting 104, Brad Haddin 53) v India 261 for five (Yuvraj Singh 57 not out, Sachin Tendulkar 53, Gautam Gambhir 50)


India won by five wickets



Semi-final
March 30
At Mohali

India 260-9 (Sachin Tendulkar 85; Wahab Riaz 5-46) v Pakistan 231 (Misbah-ul-Haq 56, Mohammad Hafeez 43)


India won by 29 runs



Final
April 2
At Mumbai


Sri Lanka 274-6 (Mahela Jayawardene 103 not out, Kumar Sangakkara 48) v India 277-4 (Gautam Gambhir 97, Mahendra Singh Dhoni 91 not out)


India won by six wickets