AB de Villiers scord aan unbeaten 107 against the West Indies and led the way for South Africa to record a thumping 7 wicket win.
England cricketer Andrew Strauss celebrates after scoring his century during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 match between England and India at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore on February 27, 2011.
Irish big-hitter Kevin O' Brien created history for Ireland by hitting the fastest century (50 balls) in World Cup history. By beating England, Ireland broke another record by chasing the highest target in all World Cups.
The Kiwi batsman made full use of the two lives given to him by keeper Kamran Akmal and hit a demolishing knock of 131.
The Prince of Najafgarh opened his World Cup campaign with a blazing, thrill-a-minute 175 against Bangladesh.
The Dutch talisman was the team's shining star against England. He scored a valiant and well-made century against the English. He although ended on the losing side.
The stylish southpaw hit a gritty 111 after the Island nation were rocked back by two early wickets and were tottering at 27-2.
The fearless Pakistani batting prodigy showed his grit with a match winning 80-ball 44 which brought Australia's World Cup unbeaten streak to an end.
A knock which brought a smile to every Indian's face! The funny man of the Indian team did some serious damage to the Windies attack with 113-run inning.
Before Andrew Strauss's counter-attack in the second innings, it was Mumbai maestro Sachin Tendulkar who led the way for India playing a sublime innings of 120 runs.