New Zealand tour of Australia, 1st Test: Australia v New Zealand at Brisbane, Nov 20-23, 2008
Australia won by 149 runs
20,21,22,23 November 2008 (5-day match)
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54.5

Ryder to Lee, no run, full on middle and off, he pushes it to the on side

54.6

Ryder to Lee, no run, slips in a really fast legcutter and he drives firmly to mid-off

Australia 152/7   B Lee 0* (2b)
55.6

Southee to Lee, no run, lunges forward a little early to a fiull delivery and he checks his shot to cover

Australia 154/7   B Lee 0* (3b)
58.1

Ryder to Lee, no run, gets it to skid through, he defends it away

58.2

Ryder to Lee, no run, attempts to cut a short ball outside but is beaten by the away movement

58.3

Ryder to Lee, FOUR, slides on the pads and he works it away behind square on the on side, Southee runs across from fine leg and dives in despair at the boundary, the outfield there is lightning quick

58.4

Ryder to Lee, no run, pushed firmly back to the bowler

58.5

Ryder to Lee, no run, pushed firmly back to the bowler again and Ryder nearly back flicks the ball onto the stumps

58.6

Ryder to Lee, no run, full on the pads and pushed firmly towards mid-on

Australia 159/7   B Lee 4* (9b 1x4)
59.2

Southee to Lee, no run, lunges forward early on the defense but takes his hand off the bat on seeing the extra bounce

59.3

Southee to Lee, no run, how in heaven did that miss? Southee gets it to to jag back in sharply off the pitch off a good length, squares up Lee completely and the ball just misses the outside edge and sails over middle stump

59.4

Southee to Lee, OUT, brilliant take by McCullum! It was a stunning delivery by Southee, after squaring up Lee the previous ball with an incoming ball he takes it away this time, forces a feeble outside edge and McCullum flings himself to his right and takes it one handed at the edge of his glove, Southee has four now

B Lee c †McCullum b Southee 4 (18m 12b 1x4 0x6) SR: 33.33

Australia 160/8   B Lee 4 (12b 1x4)
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