Australia vs India 2nd Semi-Final at Sydney, 26 Mar, 2015

Toss: Australia, who chose to bat first
Australia 328/7 (50)
India 233/10 (46.5)
Australia won by 95 runs
Man of the Match: Steven Smith
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Over 45.6 James Faulkner bowls a good length delivery to U Yadav, no runs, gets forward and defends it to cover.

Over 46.2 Mitchell Starc bowls a good length delivery to U Yadav, no runs, gets forward and defends it straight back to the bowler.

Over 46.3 Mitchell Starc bowls a good length delivery to U Yadav, no runs, gets cover the line and let it go through to the keeper.

Over 46.4 Mitchell Starc bangs it short onto the pitch to U Yadav, no runs,  backs away and swings hard but misses. That wasn't too far away from the off stump.

Over 46.5 Mitchell Starc to U Yadav, out Bowled! Starc signs off in style. Excellent reverse swinging yorker, Umesh tries to dig it out, but misses and the ball hits the base of middle and off. U Yadav b Starc 0(5)

Australia won by 95 runs and go through the Final, They will play New Zealand at the MCG on Sunday. 

Steven Smith is Man of the Match for his magnificent 93-ball 105

Clarke: I feel really tired. Smithy was exceptional. Credit needs to go to all the players. Thanks to MS Dhoni and his team. They have played really well. I am pretty sure MS has got a lot of cricket left in him. The most pleasing things is the way we have trained. I still don't think we've played the perfect game yet, but we know it's going to be tough against New Zealand. I think we'll fly to Melbourne tomorrow.'
Clarke shakes hands with Dhoni before coming on to talk.

Dhoni: I think they played good cricket. Over 300 is a difficult score to chase, but it was just above par. They looked like getting 350 at one stage we came back well. The fast bowlers could have done better. When you come to the knockout stages, you have to lift your game. We got off to a good start. Shikhar's dismissal was soft. There is a pressure when you are chasing 320. I don't think our lower-order can contribute much in these conditions. I am not sure about it. I am 33, I'm still running and maybe next year, close to the World T20 I will decide whether I want to play the next World Cup or not. Looks like these are the players who will continue forward. Thanks to both the Aussie and Indian fans. It's a bit disappointing for the Indian fans, but in the end only one team can win.