Joe Root made history as England comfortably beat West Indies by eight wickets in Southampton on Friday.
The stand-in opener became the first Englishman to score three World Cup hundreds as the hosts moved up to second position in the points table.
After opting to bowl first, England dismissed the Windies side for just 212, but sustained injuries to Eoin Morgan and Jason Roy along the way.
Root remained the star of the show at the Rose Bowl with an unbeaten 100 and two wickets with the ball.
Here’s how Twitter reacted:
— R P Singh रुद्र प्रताप सिंह (@rpsingh) June 14, 2019
Just give England the trophy please! 🏆🥇🏆🥇🏆🥇🏆🥇🏆🥇🏆🥇
— Kevin Pietersen🦏 (@KP24) June 14, 2019
England have never ever had a more consistent player across the different formats than @root66 … He is an fantastic player and one which all young players should be trying to copy …. #JustSaying #OnOn #CWC19
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) June 14, 2019
As Monty Burns once said , Its like taking candy from a baby ….. England stroll on in pursuit of the World Cup. #CWC19
— Niall John O Brien (@niallnobiobrien) June 14, 2019
— Mazher Arshad (@MazherArshad) June 14, 2019
A century, 2+ wickets and 2+ catches in the same ODI:
— Sampath Bandarupalli (@SampathStats) June 14, 2019
Player of the Match 🤝 Entertainer of the Match pic.twitter.com/Kx9lCp9KqC
— #CWC11Rewind (@cricketworldcup) June 14, 2019
Joe Root back at the top of the run-scoring chart for the #CWC19, with a cool average of 93 – with 2 100s and a 50.
— Jack Mendel 🗞️ (@Mendelpol) June 14, 2019
Most WC 100s for each team:
Eng – Root (3)
Aus – Ponting (5)
SA – ABD (4)
WI – Richards (3)
NZ – Astle/Fleming/Guptill/Styris/Turner (2)
Ind – Tendulkar (6)
Pak – Rameez/Anwar (3)
SL – Sangakkara (5)#CWC19
— Bharath Seervi (@SeerviBharath) June 14, 2019
Chris Woakes at 3?? 😱
— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) June 14, 2019
Out the box thinking from England..getting their number 7 in early for some time in the middle👏
— Herschelle Gibbs (@hershybru) June 14, 2019