This is South Africa's worst performance in World Cups, the last time they knocked out of the tournament in the group stage was in 2003.
World Cup Match Preview – Afghanistan v Bangladesh: Can Afghanistan win their first game of the tournament
Bangladesh would be hoping to beat Afghanistan easily so that they don't have to rely on failures of other teams to reach the semi-final.
Pakistan won the match by 49 runs and Harris Sohail was adjudged Man of the Match.
What a thrilling game, a match of the see-saw, a team won and a player lost.
Virat Kohli has been fined 25% of his match fee for breaching Level 1 of the ICC Code of Conduct.
A do or die situation for both the teams to keep the hopes alive for semi-final birth. One of them will surely be ruled out of the tournament after losing the match here.
Who would have imagined that the match will be decided in the last over of the game between India and Afghanistan?
When you don’t understand cricket, don’t tweet, else you’d sound like this journalist from The Print
Jyoti Malhotra, a journalist at the Print, which often peddles fake news, wore the hat of a cricketing expert during the India-Afghanistan World Cup match on Saturday.
Watch: As India zooms to a nail-biting win, here are some hat-tricks since 1987. Which one is your favourite?
In a nail-biting finish between India and Afghanistan, Mohammad Shami took a hat-trick in the last over of the match. A hat-trick which won the game for India.
West Indies is in a situation where they have to win every game and hope other top teams to lose their games to have a chance in reaching the semis.
Viral video: Pakistani fan apologises for fat shaming cricketer Sarfaraz after Pakistan lost to India
Pakistani fans now have started following players off the field and shaming them in public
On paper and form, India is the best team of the tournament so far. They haven't sweat in the competition and still won 3 games against teams like South Africa, Australia, and Pakistan.
England v Sri Lanka would be remembered for years for producing such excitement and result which has opened the gate of opportunities for many teams.
Indian pacer and number one ODI bowler Jasprit Bumrah called the World Cup wickets in England as the flattest wicket he bowled on.
Australia's day at the Trent Bridge, a comfortable win, at top of the points table, Warner and Starc lead in batting and bowling chart.
England against Sri Lanka could be another run feast day and one-sided affair.
Inspired by the concept of 'home' and 'away' jerseys in soccer, ICC had tweaked its regulations preventing two teams from wearing the same coloured jerseys in a match.
Finally a nail-biting finish and the best match of the World Cup without a doubt. A low scoring match has always been a better contest than high scoring games.
A confident Bangladesh will play against a dominant Australians on Thursday at Trent Bridge.
Anyone who remembers what happened to Pakistani players after they lost to India in World Cup 1996 Quarterfinals knows how ugly Pakistani fans could be.
Both New Zealand and South Africa have crumbled in tight situations, especially if its a world cup tournament.
A crushing victory for England against the minnows at The Old Trafford pushed them to number one in the points table.
Pakistani cricket fan files petition in court seeking ban on the cricket team after humiliating defeat to India
A petition has been filed seeking a ban on Pakistan cricket team, sacking of selectors
Where were you when Tendulkar smashed a six off Shoaib Akhtar in the World Cup 2003?
One of the most sought-after matches from both the sides.
What an absolute remarkable win for Bangladesh against the West Indies.
Bangladesh certainly looks to be a better team than West Indies, as they have better batsmen (if not the hardest hitters of a cricketing ball), an excellent combination of pace and spin attack.
India-Pak match: Rohit credited success to newly born daughter while Sarfaraz refuses to blame the seniors for the defeat
Pakistan Cricket team captain admitted how the team is out of form in batting, bowling as well as fielding
Cricket has always been part of ‘track 2 diplomacy’ so off-field events can’t be ignored.
India refuses to be mediocre and docile, if that is ‘cold hearted’ for this Guardian writer, so be it
Some people, who have clearly run out of issues to find faults, have come up with a brilliant demonstration of what Hindi Twitter knows as 'Naraaz Fufa'.