Australia out of Champions Trophy after comfortable England win

Thankfully for the spectators watching inside the stadium and everyone viewing at home it was only a short delay.

Since clinching a second straight Champions Trophy title in 2009, the Australians haven't won any of their six games in the tournament across two editions, held in England and Wales in 2013 and 2017.

England's Ben Stoke fan following may have increased significantly after his masterful century knocked out arch-rival of the Champions Trophy, meaning Bangladesh qualified for the semi-final of a world event for the first time and will join England in the knockout stage. Going into the tournament under some pressure as the most expensive pick in the auction - he was bought by Rising Pune Supergiant for £1.7m - he finished with a maiden T20 century (against Gujarat Lions), 12 wickets and some outstanding displays of fielding to earn the Most Valuable Player award.

"They have got a great chance", he told Press Association Sport. The rain didn't help, but there's no excuses from our end.

"It's always there. It's the elephant in the room".

"I am thinking about it - of course I am", he said.

But this defeat saw Bangladesh, who beat New Zealand by five wickets in Cardiff on Friday, into the last four instead.

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Smith knows Australia can not afford to be short of their best at a venue where they have a miserable record of no victories in 12 often rain-wrecked matches across the formats since 2001.

"We were just outplayed", Lehmann said. We got ourselves into a pretty good position early with the bat. We needed some of those guys to go on and get hundreds.

Asked for his memory of the chat before heading back out, Morgan said: "We just talked about how we were going to go about it".

"We lost 5 for 15 at one point as well, which you can't afford to do against an opposition like England".

England captain Eoin Morgan, who shared a 159-run partnership with Stokes for the fourth wicket against Australia, said the allrounder's potential was "through the roof" and Australia captain Steve Smith, a team-mate in the IPL, said Stokes was in "exceptional form".

"I don t know if it makes me try a little bit harder, but at the moment I seem to be getting some of the best players out".

The Baggy Greens could not get all the right elements together to win the game.

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England captain Eoin Morgan won the toss chose to bowl first.

The 30-year-old was part of England's memorable 2010/11 Ashes-winning squad but played only in the tour match against Victoria in Melbourne between the second and third Tests. With no play possible thereafter, England were declared victors as D/L method came into effect. "They now play as a unit with some very talented youngsters in the side, making them a very good side".

Australia's own batting set-up did not work as they hoped, with the addition of Moises Henriques at No.4 proving ineffective. "He looked good, he just probably didn't capitalise".

Lehmann said Australia would need to find a way to return to the "brave" style of play that they displayed at the 2015 World Cup. England and Bangladesh have already reached the last four stage from Group A.

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"When we were three wickets down, I thought I would have to get the pads on again like I d done in the previous game". I think everyone has contributed to what we are today.

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