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Summary

  1. India beat Pakistan by 76 runs in Adelaide
  2. India 300-7: Kohli 107; Sohail Khan 5-55
  3. Pakistan 224 (47): Misbah 76; Shami 4-35
  4. S Africa beat Zimbabwe by 62 runs in Hamilton
  5. India & S Africa set pace in Pool B

Live Reporting

By Adam Williams and Marc Higginson

All times stated are UK

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Closing time

And that's your lot for day two of the Cricket World Cup. Thanks for being with us.

Two more games down and more dazzling displays from some of the world's biggest names.

David Miller and JP Duminy broke a record as

South Africa beat Zimbabwe by 62 runs in Hamilton.

While in Adelaide, it was India who took the bragging rights over rivals Pakistan with

a 76-run win.

Umesh Yadav
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Don't forget, the action continues later today. Join us for West Indies against Ireland from Nelson in New Zealand from around 21:30 GMT.

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Jay: All the teams winning so far have scored 300 or more and more importantly, have batted first. England take note.

'This was for the India fans'

More from Virat Kohli on India's win and his century: "My role in the team is to bat through and let the power hitters around come in and play their shots.

"I really commend the way Suresh Raina and Shikhar Dhawan played today to help us get to the score we did.

"It's also a huge thank you to the fans. Their support was fantastic and the atmosphere today electric, so this is for them as well."

Virat Kohli
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Captain's view

India captain MS Dhoni: "It was a very good performance, started by the batsmen. It's needed here to put runs on the board and give the bowlers the cushion of that extra 20 runs.

"Over here the first 10 overs aren't that easy and the ball varies in pace and bounce.

"It was important to get a long partnership early on and then Raina and Kohli capitalised late on.

"I felt all the boys had a good performance with the bat and the ball and that's very important at the start of a long World Cup."

Geoffrey Boycott

Ex-England batsman on BBC Test Match Special

"Pakistan have a lot to do to improve. Only one bowler showed pace, and the rest need to be more disciplined. India are a force to be reckoned with because they'll always have strong batting. Ashwin bowled well today, he turned it when the Pakistan slow bowlers couldn't."

Captain's view

Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq: "They played well, posted a good total and bowled well. When we lost wickets in the middle it made it hard.

"The pitch was very good, and our bowlers pulled them back well in the last 10 overs. They might have scored more. Two or three of our batsmen didn't get in and you can't say much about that.

"Now we have to look forward, we can't think about this game and not concentrate on the next ones. We need our confidence and momentum back."

Misbah-ul-Haq
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Geoffrey Boycott

Ex-England batsman on BBC Test Match Special

"Pakistan never really got in the game with the bat. Their openers were kept in check by the Indian bowlers, who bowled a really disciplined line. They squeezed the pressure and then the dam burst and the wickets came. There was a huge collapse in the middle and the game was over before it was over."

The biggest game...

BBC Monitoring's Vikas Pandey: "More proof that Indians are treating this match like a World Cup final. Hashtag #RealFinal is now trending on Twitter."

Player reaction

Virat Kohli on his man of the match award: "It's probably one of the biggest honours I've ever had in my career.

"A real important game for us to kick off the World Cup. It's a high pressure game against Pakistan, so it's huge to get a win.

"Expectations are going to be there when you do well for your country and I like it and the pressure."

Geoffrey Boycott

Ex-England batsman on BBC Test Match Special

"The crowd were 90% in favour of India and it was a canter for their side. Pakistan didn't have the firepower in spin or seam to stop India getting runs. Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli found it easy to score runs - they got to 150 without breaking sweat. Then the fireworks came from Suresh Raina, who is a great talent, he is amazing and he smashes it everywhere."

Final scorecard

India beat Pakistan by 76 runs

India 300-7 (50): Kohli 107, Raina 74, Dhawan 73; Sohail Khan 5-55

Pakistan 224 (47): Misbah 76, Shami 4-35

Fall of wickets: 11-1 (Younus 6), 79-2 (Haris 36), 102-3 (Shehzad 47), 102-4 (Sohaib), 103-5 (Akmal 0), 149-6 (Afridi 22), 154-7 (Wahab 4); 203-8 (Yasir 13), 220-9 (Misbah 76), 224 all out (Sohail Khan 7) Not out batsman: Irfan 1*

Bowling figures: Yadav 10-0-50-2, Shami 9-1-35-4, Mohit Sharma 9-0-35-2, Raina 1-0-6-0, Ashwin 8-3-41-1, Jadeja 10-0-56-1

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Arun T: Now we don't care if India win the World Cup. We beat Pakistan.... Pakistan need to wait 4 years.

Tim Nielsen

Former Australia coach on BBC Test Match Special

"India won in a manner which shows they were well prepared for this game. They got their head around which was the right line-up to field on this pitch at Adelaide. The two spinners did an excellent job and the wickets were shared between the group."

India beat Pakistan by 76 runs

Sohail Khan c Yadav b M Sharma 7 (Pak 224)

It's all over and India have won by 76 runs. Sohail Khan is the last man to go as he hits one high in the air and Yadav takes a simple catch at mid-on.

Pak 220-9 (Shami 4-35 off 9 overs)

Had Misbah got to a century, unbelievably it would have been his first in 157 ODIs. His highest score is 96 not out in all that time. Mohammad Irfan is last man in for Pakistan.

Tim Nielsen

Former Australia coach on BBC Test Match Special

"The bowler and captain were clear in what they wanted to do. They have shown a lot of confidence in themselves, Shami came round the wicket and dug it in short and the ball hurried onto Misbah and looped to mid-on. Good execution from the bowling group."

WICKET

Misbah c Rahane b Shami 76 (Pak 220-9)

Sadly for Pakistan the one Misbah they do have is finally out. He goes for a pull shot from a short ball from Shami, but swats it to wide mid-on where Rahane snaffles it. Almost done here.

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Ilyas Najib: If only Pakistan had 11 Misbah's in their line-up.

Pak 220-8 (target 301)

Sohail Khan keeps his mouth shut after that little episode and lets his bat do the talking with a clubbed pull for four off Yadav. That's Yadav done for the day with figures of 2-50.

Tim Nielsen

Former Australia coach on BBC Test Match Special

"I think there must have been a few words between Kohli and the batsman. At the start of Kohli's innings, Sohail Khan got right in Virat's face so maybe he was returning the favour."

Pak 215-8 (need 86 to win off 36 balls)

Seems to be getting heated out there despite the game being dead as a contest. Sohail Khan seems to have something to say for himself and then Virat Kohli gets the crowd going by waving his hands in the air. Misbah, meanwhile, isn't bothered by all that and just decides to hit Jadeja for three consecutive fours to move to 76.

Sohail Khan and Virat Kohli
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Adil Shahzeb from BBC Urdu in Adelaide: Just came out for some fresh air - saw tens of Pakistani fans leaving Adelaide Oval. It seems very difficult now, but Misbah can still perform.

Misbah-ul-Haq
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Pak 203-8 (Target 301)

Mohit Sharma almost accounted for Yasir the ball before as a pull shot went out to deep square leg. Shami came running in to try and grab it, but couldn't quite cling on with his dive. Sohail Khan is the new man in at 10.

Tim Nielsen

Former Australia coach on BBC Test Match Special

"He hit that one firmly - it was right out of the middle of the bat without the elevation he was looking for and Yadav took the catch right in front of the India logo on his shirt."

WICKET

Yasir c Yadav b M Sharma 13 (Pak 203-8)

Eighth wicket down for Pakistan as Yasir Shah tries to smash Mohit Sharma past mid-on. He doesn't get it wide enough though and Yadav takes the simple catch without having to move an inch.

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Suresh Raina and Mohit Sharma
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Tim Nielsen

Former Australia coach on BBC Test Match Special

"Ashwin has been excellent tonight, he's changed his pace nicely. It's usual for a spinner to up their pace, but Ashwin has done nicely because he's taken pace off the ball. He's got the ball to grip, has taken a wicket and delivered three maidens. India will be very happy about that."

Pak 200-7 (Target 301)

Yasir Shah opens his boundary account as he fetches one from outside off stump and slog sweeps Ashwin for four. Could be some vital fantasy team points up for grabs here in the closing overs. Sadly the real contest in the middle is going down a somewhat predictable path to an India win.

Pak 196-7 (need 105 to win off 54 balls)

Pakistan will want to finish strong here with an eye on the net run rate in Pool B. They'll finish some way short of victory today, but in the long-term they'll be conscious not to suffer a drubbing. Yadav completes a ninth over with just two runs from it.

Geoffrey Boycott

Ex-England batsman on BBC Test Match Special

"India's batting was very controlled, patient and solid. It was only in the last few overs that they lost a few wickets. It's been a good, solid performance by India. It's Pakistan who need to improve a bit."

Scorecard update

Pakistan 194-7 (40 overs) - target 301

Batsmen: Misbah 63*, Yasir 6*

Fall of wickets: 11-1 (Younus 6), 79-2 (Haris 36), 102-3 (Shehzad 47), 102-4 (Sohaib), 103-5 (Akmal 0), 149-6 (Afridi 22), 154-7 (Wahab 4)

Bowling figures: Yadav 8-0-43-2, Shami 8-0-35-3, Mohit Sharma 7-0-28-0, Raina 1-0-6-0, Ashwin 7-3-37-1, Jadeja 9-0-44-1

India 300-7: Kohli 107, Raina 74, Dhawan 73

India won toss

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Pak 194-7 (Misbah 63, Yasir 6)

Misbah picks up four more with a neat reverse sweep off Jadeja. In to the 60s now, but the Pakistan captain takes a wild swing at the final delivery of the over. Head high in the air, no contact with the ball and through to the keeper.

What you may have missed...

If you've just joining us this morning, let us fill you in:

South Africa, one of the pre-tournament favourites to lift the World Cup,

beat Zimbabwe by 62 runs in Hamilton in Pool B.

They defended a total of 339-4 which featured an ODI record fifth-wicket stand of 256 between David Miller (138 off 92 balls) and JP Duminy (115 off 100).

In Adelaide, and also in Pool B, defending champions India are closing in on victory over neighbours and rivals Pakistan...

Imran Tahir
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Pak 188-7 (Yadav 8-0-43-2)

For the first time today, there's a noticeable hush in the Adelaide Oval crowd. A sign that the fizz has gone well and truly out of the contest. Umesh Yadav continues his steady display with the ball, conceding just four singles.

Geoffrey Boycott

Ex-England batsman on BBC Test Match Special

"The Pakistan batting collapsed too easily. They were doing reasonably well but then they suddenly lost concentration and discipline. The bowling could be better too. Without raising a gallop, India were allowed to hit the ball into gaps for ones and twos."

Pak 184-7 (need 117 to win off 72 balls)

Jadeja back on and in to his eighth over. Little of note to report as the game goes through the motions somewhat.

Jonathan Agnew

BBC Test Match Special in Adelaide

"There's not quite a feel of celebration about Misbah's half-century like there was when Virat Kohli reached his 100. But while there's Misbah, there's hope I suppose."

Pak 181-7 (Misbah 55, Yasir 2)

Shami comes in for some punishment from Misbah this time, who hammers four down the ground and then takes a couple to bring up his 50. A muted celebration, but he's reached the landmark off 55 balls with four fours and a six. Again, he shows his strength off his legs with another four from a full toss.

'Better than winning the World Cup'

BBC Monitoring's Vikas Pandey: Fireworks are getting louder in Delhi, and Twitter and Facebook have exploded with comments. For the enthusiastic Indian fan, Dhoni's men have already won the match. I can sense that people are getting ready for celebrations on Delhi's streets. Just heard this comment: 'Winning against Pakistan is as good as winning the World Cup.'

Pak 169-7 (Misbah 44, Yasir 1)

Misbah's not done yet as he slog-sweeps Ashwin for six in defiant fashion. Stands and admires his shot afterwards. He turns down a single next ball though, presumably to protect his new partner Yasir Shah. A couple more singles before Misbah cuts a short and wide one away for four more.