Jos Buttler produced a stunning piece of fielding to get rid of Australia batsman Steve Smith during the two teams’ ICC World Cup 2019 semi-final clash at Edgbaston in Birmingham on Thursday. England bowlers were at their stunning best as they restricted the defending champions to a sub-par score of 223. Steve Smith held the innings together for Australia and his 85 took them to the score after a top-order collapse.Click here for Australia vs England, World Cup 2019 LIVE ScoreSmith was on course of a well-deserved century but his innings was cut short by wicket-keeperJos Buttler as he affected a brilliant run-out to get rid of the star Aussie batsman. The wicket also helped England break the 51-run stand between Smith and Mitchell Starc.Smith tried to steal a single off Chris Woakes on the first ball of the 48th over but Buttler was quick to the ball and he hit the stumps at the non-striker’s end. What made the run-out even more spectacular was the fact the ball went in between Smith’s legs before crashing into the stumps. Butler with the nutmeg run out#ENGvAUS #CricketWorldCup pic.twitter.com/3amaIAASD4&mdash; Jimmy H (@J_Dine77) July 11, 2019Chris Woakes and Adil Rashid each took three wickets as England seized control of their World Cup semi-final against Australia at Edgbaston on Thursday, bowling out the defending champions for 223. Woakes struck twice early on as Australia slumped to 14-3 after winning the toss in Birmingham but Steve Smith led the recovery for Australia with 85 and Alex Carey made 46.Also Read: Alex Carey left with a bloody chin by Jofra Archer bouncer - WatchThe winners of the match in Birmingham will face 2015 runners-up New Zealand, who shocked mighty India at Old Trafford, in Sunday’s final at Lord’s. Australia are bidding for a sixth World Cup title, having won four of the past five editions.