Australia's victory over Bangladesh brought down the curtain on Trent Bridge's involvement in the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.

The games staged at the ground saw a West Indian bowling performance which harked back to the Caribbean side's 70s and 80s glory days, a stunning all-round display from Pakistan to down England, and two Australia wins over spiritied opposition in the Windies and Bangladesh.

Relive the best of the action below.

Windies Blow Pakistan Away

West Indies produced a scorching bowling display to defeat Pakistan by 7 wickets in the first of five ICC Cricket World Cup matches to be held at Trent Bridge.

Pakistan were bowled out for their second-lowest total in World Cup history, succumbing to the raw pace of a fired-up West Indies seam bowling attack.

Oshane Thomas took four wickets and captain Jason Holder three, while former Outlaw Andre Russell bowled some vicious deliveries to return figures of 2-4 in three overs.

In reply Chris Gayle took the game away from the men in green with a blistering 50 from 34 balls, an innings that included three sixes.

The win was sealed when Nicholas Pooran smashed a six into the Fox Round Stand.

Pakistan Stun England to Claim 14-Run Victory

The turnaround in Pakistan’s performance just three days after being dismantled by West Indies was staggering, as they overcame the tournament favourites.

Mohammad Hafeez’s inspirational 85 set the tone for the Men in Green’s performance, as they left England chasing 349 to win.

Pakistan quickly took control of the England innings as Roy, Bairstow and Morgan were dismissed for a total of 49 runs.

Centuries from Root and Buttler may have breathed new life into the home side’s efforts, but quick wickets from dangermen Wahab Riaz and Mohammed Amir allowed Pakistan to pull off a significant upset at the Cricket World Cup. A true Trent Bridge classic.

Coulter-Nile and Starc inspire Australia to victory over West indies

The third of five ICC World Cup matches to be held at Trent Bridge was a day to remember for Nathan Coulter-Nile as his career best ODI score of 92 helped Australia to victory over the West Indies.

Coming out to bat at number 8, Coulter-Nile counter-attacked with a 60-ball 92 that lifted Australia to 288 all out. The glue of the Australia innings was Steve Smith (73), who was ultimately dismissed by Sheldon Cottrell’s breathtaking catch on the Bridgford Road boundary.

Shai Hope anchored the West Indies innings, but when he was dismissed for 68 the chase was left to Jason Holder and Carlos Braithwaite.

Both fell in the same Mitchell Starc over, the Aussie quick claiming figures of 5-46.

Rain ruins India v New Zealand

The weather got the better of Match 18 of the ICC Cricket World Cup between two of the tournament favourites.

A week of downpours caused the match to be abandoned however the Bharat army still turned up in force to see their heroes.

Both teams collected a point and a replay of the game in either the semi-final or final remains a realistic possibility.

Clinical Australia Tighten Grip on Semi Final Place

A record-breaking innings from David Warner led Australia to a 48-run victory over Bangladesh which all but secured their place in the knockout stages of the ICC Cricket World Cup.

In the final World Cup game of 2019 to be played at Trent Bridge, Warner became the first man to score 150 or more twice in World Cup cricket, looking in complete control throughout.

Bangladesh chased down their target of 382 gamely, but key wickets from Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis and Nathan Coulter-Nile prevented the Tigers from building the required momentum.