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Kohli and Shami lead India into Cricket World Cup final after 70-run win over New Zealand
Virat Kohli has struck a record-breaking century and Mohammed Shami has taken another five-wicket haul to guide India into the Cricket World Cup final
MUMBAI, India (AP) — Virat Kohli struck a record-breaking century and Mohammed Shami took seven wickets to guide India into the Cricket World Cup final on Wednesday.
India beat New Zealand by 70 runs in the first semifinal match in Mumbai, sparked by Kohli’s 117 that propelled the host nation to a daunting 397-4 and thrilled a passionate crowd at Wankhede Stadium which included David Beckham.
It was Kohli's 50th ODI hundred, breaking the record for the format he shared with India great Sachin Tendulkar, who was also at the stadium.
Shreyas Iyer scored his second consecutive hundred in the tournament – 105 off 70 balls with four boundaries and eight sixes – as India reached the highest score in a World Cup knockout game.