Omnisport looks back at week three of the Cricket World Cup, which featured a noisy India-Pakistan clash and a world record for Eoin Morgan.

Gayle flies the flag for India-Pakistan and Morgan's six appeal - Cricket World Cup week in review

The third week of the Cricket World Cup saw highlights aplenty as great rivals India and Pakistan met at Old Trafford before England's Eoin Morgan set a new world record.

Morgan crashed a remarkable 17 sixes – the most by an individual in an ODI innings – as the hosts thumped Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, Kane Williamson displayed his enduring class with a superb century in a tight run chase for New Zealand against South Africa, and David Warner set a new benchmark for the top score at the tournament.

After rain blighted the second week of the finals, the past seven days have provided ample entertainment, as showcased in our Twitter moment below:

Bavuma not cross with Morkel

I felt for him! Bavuma not bitter at missing ton due to Morkel duck

Morne Morkel was left hugely frustrated after his golden duck denied Temba Bavuma the chance to make a century against Australia.

England strengthen grip on Test

England strengthen grip on second Test against New Zealand

Stuart Broad, Mark Stoneman and James Vincent impressed as England reached 202-3 at stumps on day three of the second Test on Sunday.

Warner is 'seriously struggling'

Warner 'seriously struggling' after ball-tampering scandal, says wife

Candice Warner has said she blames herself for her husband's part in the ball-tampering scandal during Australia's tour of South Africa.

Bad break for Paine in fourth Test

Paine to play through the pain in fourth Test

Australia have confirmed Tim Paine suffered a hairline fracture during day two of the series finale against South Africa.

Thorpe: Cook is still hungry

Thorpe backing 'hungry' Cook despite lean tour of New Zealand

Despite scoring just 23 runs in the two-match series against New Zealand, Alastair Cook remains hungry to play Test cricket for England.