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Kane Williamsaon celebrates hitting Pat Cummins for six to win the game for New Zealand. (Getty)
New Zealand have beaten Australian by one wicket after a frantic final few overs put Michael Clarke's men within sight of a remarkable victory.

Mtchell Starc. (Getty)
Michael Clarke has lauded paceman Mitchell Starc a "genius" after his six-wicket haul against New Zealand.

Mohammad Naveed of the UAE is bowled by India's Ravichandran Ashwin. (Getty)
India remain on top of their World Cup group after thrashing the United Arab Emirates at the WACA.

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