Cricket World Cup 2015: Ireland beat Zimbabwe in Hobart

BBC Sport looks at some of the key facts and figures from the Cricket World Cup as big efforts from batsman Ed Joyce (112 runs) and bowler Alex Cusack (4-32) help Ireland to remain on course for the knockout stages with a five-run win over Zimbabwe in Hobart, Australia.

Associate side Ireland have now beaten two member nations following their victory over West Indies earlier in the tournament.

Elsewhere in Pool B a fine display from Pakistan's pace bowlers and debutant wicket-keeper Sarfraz Ahmed saw them record a thrilling 29-run victory over South Africa (via the Duckworth-Lewis method) in Auckland, New Zealand.

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