ICC Cricket World Cup, 3rd Quarter-Final: New Zealand v South Africa at Dhaka, Mar 25, 2011
ICC Cricket World Cup - 3rd quarter final
New Zealand won by 49 runs
Played at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur (neutral venue)
25 March 2011 - day/night match (50-over match)
  New Zealand innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal MJ Guptill c Botha b Steyn 1 24 14 0 0 7.14
5.6 74.9 mph, slower one from Steyn does the job, Guptill is gone, it is a full delivery at 121kmh, at least 20k less than normal pace, Guptill looks to clear mid-off, bottom hand comes off the bat as he plays the stroke, it balloons over Botha, who has to run back to pouch it, South Africa have been spot-on so far today 16/2
View dismissal BB McCullum c & b Peterson 4 7 4 0 0 100.00
2.1 55.1 mph, stunning catch from Peterson, that's the end of McCullum, massive wicket this, a tossed up delivery short of a length, McCullum came charging out, didn't reach the pitch, so he looked to block that, it pops up towards Peterson's left, and the bowler launches himself and plucks it to get his 15th wicket of the World Cup 5/1
View dismissal JD Ryder c sub (CA Ingram) b Imran Tahir 83 157 121 8 0 68.59
38.5 50.0 mph, Ryder holes out, Tahir has got another big wicket, all that time building a platform has gone waste as Ryder swings this one to deep midwicket, Colin Ingram is waiting for that, he pouches it easily, and New Zealand have lost their fifth, the late onslaught New Zealand were hoping for could now become a more measured attempt to play out the full 50 overs 156/5
View dismissal LRPL Taylor c Kallis b Imran Tahir 43 113 72 1 1 59.72
32.6 49.2 mph, big moment. Huge moment. The moment that could turn this match. Tahir has been hustling through his overs, in an attempt to catch Taylor out of breath, before this ball Taylor stopped him by walking down the pitch for some gardening. However, he has perished off the next ball, going for another one of those whip-lashed slog sweeps. It was flighted on leg stump, very full and hence not quite offering him the room to get under it. Taylor ended up launching it high over deep square leg, and when it came down, the greatest allrounder in the game was under it. 130/3
View dismissal SB Styris b Morkel 16 19 17 3 0 94.11
37.2 88.3 mph, Morne has struck, Styris was looking to give himself room and whack that over the off side, he gets a bottom-edge to that short ball and the ball cannons on to the stumps, New Zealand have lost their fourth, Morne redeems what has been an ordinary bowling effort from him so far 153/4
KS Williamson not out 38 63 41 1 1 92.68
View dismissal NL McCullum c Duminy b Steyn 6 29 18 0 0 33.33
45.3 77.0 mph, McCullum is gone, once more he was looking to make room, he didn't get enough space to free his arms, still wanted to thrash that short ball from Steyn, it flies off the top-edges towards backward point where Duminy takes the catch 188/6
View dismissal JDP Oram b Morkel 7 14 6 1 0 116.66
48.1 length ball on off, Oram was thinking of sending it into orbit over long-on, he misses, Morkel hits the top of off, and that's the end of Oram's struggle 204/7
View dismissal DL Vettori* b Morkel 6 4 4 1 0 150.00
48.5 80.1 mph, slower yorker from Morkel, 129 kmh, Vettori has been dancing around the crease in his short stay, this time he stays rooted, and he misses it, as it crashes into the bottom on middle and leg 210/8
LJ Woodcock not out 3 8 3 0 0 100.00
Extras (b 4, lb 4, w 6) 14
  Total (8 wickets; 50 overs; 220 mins) 221 (4.42 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wicket RJ Peterson 9 0 49 1 5.44 26 3 2
2.1 to BB McCullum, 55.1 mph, stunning catch from Peterson, that's the end of McCullum, massive wicket this, a tossed up delivery short of a length, McCullum came charging out, didn't reach the pitch, so he looked to block that, it pops up towards Peterson's left, and the bowler launches himself and plucks it to get his 15th wicket of the World Cup 5/1
View wickets DW Steyn 10 0 42 2 4.20 38 3 0 (2w)
5.6 to Guptill, 74.9 mph, slower one from Steyn does the job, Guptill is gone, it is a full delivery at 121kmh, at least 20k less than normal pace, Guptill looks to clear mid-off, bottom hand comes off the bat as he plays the stroke, it balloons over Botha, who has to run back to pouch it, South Africa have been spot-on so far today 16/2
45.3 to NL McCullum, 77.0 mph, McCullum is gone, once more he was looking to make room, he didn't get enough space to free his arms, still wanted to thrash that short ball from Steyn, it flies off the top-edges towards backward point where Duminy takes the catch 188/6
  J Botha 9 0 29 0 3.22 32 2 0 (1w)
View wickets M Morkel 8 0 46 3 5.75 29 6 0
37.2 to Styris, 88.3 mph, Morne has struck, Styris was looking to give himself room and whack that over the off side, he gets a bottom-edge to that short ball and the ball cannons on to the stumps, New Zealand have lost their fourth, Morne redeems what has been an ordinary bowling effort from him so far 153/4
48.1 to Oram, length ball on off, Oram was thinking of sending it into orbit over long-on, he misses, Morkel hits the top of off, and that's the end of Oram's struggle 204/7
48.5 to Vettori, 80.1 mph, slower yorker from Morkel, 129 kmh, Vettori has been dancing around the crease in his short stay, this time he stays rooted, and he misses it, as it crashes into the bottom on middle and leg 210/8
View wickets Imran Tahir 9 0 32 2 3.55 29 1 0 (1w)
32.6 to Taylor, 49.2 mph, big moment. Huge moment. The moment that could turn this match. Tahir has been hustling through his overs, in an attempt to catch Taylor out of breath, before this ball Taylor stopped him by walking down the pitch for some gardening. However, he has perished off the next ball, going for another one of those whip-lashed slog sweeps. It was flighted on leg stump, very full and hence not quite offering him the room to get under it. Taylor ended up launching it high over deep square leg, and when it came down, the greatest allrounder in the game was under it. 130/3
38.5 to Ryder, 50.0 mph, Ryder holes out, Tahir has got another big wicket, all that time building a platform has gone waste as Ryder swings this one to deep midwicket, Colin Ingram is waiting for that, he pouches it easily, and New Zealand have lost their fifth, the late onslaught New Zealand were hoping for could now become a more measured attempt to play out the full 50 overs 156/5
  JH Kallis 3 1 6 0 2.00 12 0 0
  JP Duminy 2 0 9 0 4.50 5 0 0 (1w)
  South Africa innings (target: 222 runs from 50 overs) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal HM Amla c Vettori b NL McCullum 7 4 5 1 0 140.00
0.6 58.8 mph, Amla might be out. In the freakiest possible manner. Short ball from Nathan from wide of the crease, lands back of a length and keeps low as Amla shapes to cut. Since the ball kept low, he ended up under-edging it, and it was headed straight into the turf. Brendon McCullum had no chance of catching it as it hurtled downwards, but it thudded into his foot and took off towards slip, where it was caught. New Zealand knew it immediately. Brendon in a bit of pain, but he won't mind that. At all. 8/1
View dismissal GC Smith* c sub (JM How) b Oram 28 59 34 2 0 82.35
14.2 80.0 mph, Smith has thrown it away. Another wicket falls against the run of play today. Full and wide outside off from Oram, it was there for the flaying, but Smith had to keep it down. He did not get the front foot across, and hence carved it in the air. How, the substitute, was waiting at a cross between gully and backward point. Nicely taken. Smith threw the kitchen sink at it, but forgot to first unscrew the thing from the wall. Can the Kiwis get back into the game now? 69/2
View dismissal JH Kallis c Oram b Southee 47 96 75 3 0 62.66
24.1 79.3 mph, jinxed Kallis there, he's gone! perhaps this game isn't going to be one-sided after all, it was a shortish ball, Kallis rocked back and clobbered it, it seemed set to go for a six, but Jacob Oram was lurking at deep midwicket and he plucks a high catch to get a big breakthrough for New Zealand 108/3
View dismissal AB de Villiers run out (Guptill/†BB McCullum) 35 63 40 4 0 87.50
27.6 NL McCullum to du Plessis, South Africa, what are you doing? that famous C-word that makes SA fans bristle is going to be bandied about now, du Plessis works the ball towards midwicket and calls AB through for a sharp single, de Villiers races through and dives but he can't make his ground in time before McCullum whips off the bails, massive moment this, there has been some top fielding today, and McCullum was lightning in taking off the bails 121/5
View dismissal JP Duminy b NL McCullum 3 18 12 0 0 25.00
27.4 50.0 mph, bowled 'im! New Zealand are in this, they are cock-a-hoop after getting their fourth wicket, Duminy looks to cut a delivery that was coming straight on, he misses, it crashes into middle and off, this game just got a lot more interesting 121/4
View dismissal F du Plessis c Southee b Oram 36 70 43 3 1 83.72
42.5 80.6 mph, Faf's gone, and with that, I reckon the last ember of South African hope. Tragedy for the Proteas. Can't blame him for going for another big hit, he had to do this all by himself. It was a full delivery wide outside off and Faf lined it up by moving towards leg stump. He made really solid contact with a cracking sliced cover drive, but Southee was at cover point. It went dead straight to him. Oram has 4. What a game he is having! He so badly wanted to play this World Cup after all those injuries. It's a happy Friday night out for the big man. 172/9
View dismissal J Botha b Oram 2 18 10 0 0 20.00
32.5 78.1 mph, and another one gone, short of length ball that moved away a touch, Botha plays down the wrong line, he was looking to defend down the middle stump, but the ball was heading for off, and South Africa are six down 128/6
View dismissal RJ Peterson c †BB McCullum b Oram 0 9 5 0 0 0.00
34.2 75.5 mph, Oram can't hide his glee, he's running around in glee, tip-toeing with a naughty smile on his face. Brendon McCullum is happy as well. Tragedy for Robin Peterson. Back of a length ball angling across him, it may have kept lower than he thought as he went for the slash and got an under edge. Clear noise, and through to Baz. Robin's gone. South Africa's World Cup is coming to an end. 132/7
View dismissal DW Steyn c Oram b NL McCullum 8 14 18 1 0 44.44
37.4 55.9 mph, a camera moment from Oram. He trotted in, loped forward, swooped and dived ahead in slow motion to take a regulation catch at point. Steyn's demise is a lot like South Africa's tonight. Long, and agonisingly drawn out. Tossed up outside off, Steyn hops out and goes for an airy inside out carve and gets a big outside edge. The ball loops up and comes down, and inevitably Oram gets under it. 146/8
View dismissal M Morkel c sub (JM How) b Woodcock 3 30 17 0 0 17.64
43.2 55.0 mph, New Zealand have asphyxiated South Africa's chase, and the end has finally arrived. Morkel charges out, he knows only a miracle could have redeemed this, he got to the pitch and looked to blast an off drive over long off, against the spin. He made good connection, but not good enough. Easy, comfortable catch in the deep. Boy, when are South Africa going to win a World Cup?! 172/10
Imran Tahir not out 0 4 1 0 0 0.00
Extras (lb 2, w 1) 3
  Total (all out; 43.2 overs; 192 mins) 172 (3.96 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wickets NL McCullum 10 1 24 3 2.40 41 1 0
0.6 to Amla, 58.8 mph, Amla might be out. In the freakiest possible manner. Short ball from Nathan from wide of the crease, lands back of a length and keeps low as Amla shapes to cut. Since the ball kept low, he ended up under-edging it, and it was headed straight into the turf. Brendon McCullum had no chance of catching it as it hurtled downwards, but it thudded into his foot and took off towards slip, where it was caught. New Zealand knew it immediately. Brendon in a bit of pain, but he won't mind that. At all. 8/1
27.4 to Duminy, 50.0 mph, bowled 'im! New Zealand are in this, they are cock-a-hoop after getting their fourth wicket, Duminy looks to cut a delivery that was coming straight on, he misses, it crashes into middle and off, this game just got a lot more interesting 121/4
37.4 to Steyn, 55.9 mph, a camera moment from Oram. He trotted in, loped forward, swooped and dived ahead in slow motion to take a regulation catch at point. Steyn's demise is a lot like South Africa's tonight. Long, and agonisingly drawn out. Tossed up outside off, Steyn hops out and goes for an airy inside out carve and gets a big outside edge. The ball loops up and comes down, and inevitably Oram gets under it. 146/8
  DL Vettori 10 0 39 0 3.90 35 2 0
View wicket TG Southee 9 0 44 1 4.88 25 5 0
24.1 to Kallis, 79.3 mph, jinxed Kallis there, he's gone! perhaps this game isn't going to be one-sided after all, it was a shortish ball, Kallis rocked back and clobbered it, it seemed set to go for a six, but Jacob Oram was lurking at deep midwicket and he plucks a high catch to get a big breakthrough for New Zealand 108/3
View wickets JDP Oram 9 1 39 4 4.33 35 4 1
14.2 to Smith, 80.0 mph, Smith has thrown it away. Another wicket falls against the run of play today. Full and wide outside off from Oram, it was there for the flaying, but Smith had to keep it down. He did not get the front foot across, and hence carved it in the air. How, the substitute, was waiting at a cross between gully and backward point. Nicely taken. Smith threw the kitchen sink at it, but forgot to first unscrew the thing from the wall. Can the Kiwis get back into the game now? 69/2
32.5 to Botha, 78.1 mph, and another one gone, short of length ball that moved away a touch, Botha plays down the wrong line, he was looking to defend down the middle stump, but the ball was heading for off, and South Africa are six down 128/6
34.2 to Peterson, 75.5 mph, Oram can't hide his glee, he's running around in glee, tip-toeing with a naughty smile on his face. Brendon McCullum is happy as well. Tragedy for Robin Peterson. Back of a length ball angling across him, it may have kept lower than he thought as he went for the slash and got an under edge. Clear noise, and through to Baz. Robin's gone. South Africa's World Cup is coming to an end. 132/7
42.5 to du Plessis, 80.6 mph, Faf's gone, and with that, I reckon the last ember of South African hope. Tragedy for the Proteas. Can't blame him for going for another big hit, he had to do this all by himself. It was a full delivery wide outside off and Faf lined it up by moving towards leg stump. He made really solid contact with a cracking sliced cover drive, but Southee was at cover point. It went dead straight to him. Oram has 4. What a game he is having! He so badly wanted to play this World Cup after all those injuries. It's a happy Friday night out for the big man. 172/9
View wicket LJ Woodcock 5.2 0 24 1 4.50 16 2 0 (1w)
43.2 to Morkel, 55.0 mph, New Zealand have asphyxiated South Africa's chase, and the end has finally arrived. Morkel charges out, he knows only a miracle could have redeemed this, he got to the pitch and looked to blast an off drive over long off, against the spin. He made good connection, but not good enough. Easy, comfortable catch in the deep. Boy, when are South Africa going to win a World Cup?! 172/10

Match details


Toss - New Zealand, who chose to bat
Series - New Zealand advanced
Player of the match - JDP Oram (New Zealand)
Umpires - Aleem Dar (Pakistan) and RJ Tucker (Australia)
TV umpire - HDPK Dharmasena (Sri Lanka)
Match referee - RS Mahanama (Sri Lanka)
Reserve umpire - NJ Llong (England)

Match Notes


    • New Zealand innings
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 34 runs, 2 wickets)
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 - 15.0 (Bowling side - 23 runs, 0 wicket)
    • New Zealand: 50 runs in 12.5 overs (77 balls), Extras 4
    • 3rd Wicket: 50 runs in 71 balls (JD Ryder 36, LRPL Taylor 14, Ex 3)
    • Drinks: New Zealand - 69/2 in 18.0 overs (JD Ryder 46, LRPL Taylor 14)
    • JD Ryder: 50 off 70 balls (6 x 4)
    • New Zealand: 100 runs in 27.1 overs (163 balls), Extras 6
    • 3rd Wicket: 100 runs in 144 balls (JD Ryder 61, LRPL Taylor 34, Ex 5)
    • Drinks: New Zealand - 130/3 in 33.0 overs (JD Ryder 76)
    • New Zealand: 150 runs in 36.2 overs (218 balls), Extras 6
    • Powerplay 3: Overs 44.1 - 49.0 (Batting side - 37 runs, 3 wickets)
    • New Zealand: 200 runs in 47.3 overs (285 balls), Extras 11
    • Innings Break: New Zealand - 221/8 in 50.0 overs (KS Williamson 38, LJ Woodcock 3)
    • South Africa innings
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 50 runs, 1 wicket)
    • South Africa: 50 runs in 9.6 overs (60 balls), Extras 0
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 - 15.0 (Bowling side - 19 runs, 1 wicket)
    • 2nd Wicket: 50 runs in 66 balls (GC Smith 21, JH Kallis 29, Ex 0)
    • Drinks: South Africa - 74/2 in 17.0 overs (JH Kallis 38, AB de Villiers 1)
    • South Africa: 100 runs in 22.2 overs (134 balls), Extras 0
    • Drinks: South Africa - 128/6 in 32.5 overs (F du Plessis 5)
    • Powerplay 3: Overs 38.1 - 43.0 (Batting side - 26 runs, 1 wicket)
    • South Africa: 150 runs in 38.6 overs (234 balls), Extras 2
    • Attendance - 26,728
 
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