ICC Cricket World Cup, 25th Match, Group B: India v Netherlands at Delhi, Mar 9, 2011
ICC Cricket World Cup - 25th match, Group B
India won by 5 wickets (with 81 balls remaining)
9 March 2011 - day/night match (50-over match)
  Netherlands innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal ES Szwarczynski b Chawla 28 59 42 4 0 66.66
15.2 55.9 mph, at long last, Piyush Chawla's much feted and much hyped googly has made its presence felt. Anil Kumble would have called that a flipper, but this is Chawla's googly, it is generally shorter in length than the leggie, and skids along with the angle, with slight inward turn. The delivery's hopes of striking hinge on the batsman's propensity to cut. Eric did just that, ambitiously setting himself up for the square cut by getting back and looking to come down on it. He saw it sliding in and tried to arrest the shot and cover the line. Too late. The ball hurries through and thuds into middle and leg. Chawla looks relieved, big break this for him. 56/1
View dismissal W Barresi lbw b Yuvraj Singh 26 67 58 2 0 44.82
18.6 48.4 mph, Barresi reviews an lbw call. Yuvraj gets one of those innocuous pies to land on off from wide of the crease, and straighten enough to hit middle stump. Umpire Davis did not take long to uphold the appeal. The only bone of contention was whether it hit bat before hitting the pad. Replays show it his the front pad first alright. A 100 ODI wickets for Yuvraj. 64/2
View dismissal TLW Cooper c †Dhoni b Nehra 29 52 47 2 0 61.70
29.1 Nehra's struck immediately. He's got this oldish ball to nip away from a full length. Was that reverse swing or a good old offcutter? In any case, it was Nehra at his crafty best. Replays indicate it was an offcutter. He bustles in from over the wicket, lands it full and outside off, inviting the drive and then moving off away towards the off side. The deviation is enough to induce an outside edge as Cooper goes for the big cover drive. Dhoni holds the low catch easily. Netherlands are fumbling here. 100/4
View dismissal RN ten Doeschate c Khan b Yuvraj Singh 11 29 28 1 0 39.28
28.2 50.8 mph, Yuvraj does it again. Best spinner in this team? He's done in Netherlands' best batsman with a bit of old-school left-arm spinner's guile. He's got this to dip on RTD after inviting him out of the crease for the loft down the ground. RTD did not realise he wasn't to the pitch of it, until too late, and decided to go through with the shot. He was looking to go leg side, but the extra spin meant that it went off the lower half of the bat, getting a bit of outside edge in the process. He ended up scooping it higher than he wanted, compromising for distance, and playing to towards long off as the bat turned in his hand. Zaheer at long off makes a tough catch look easy, taking it a foot in front of the ropes. 99/3
View dismissal AN Kervezee c Harbhajan Singh b Chawla 11 45 23 1 0 47.82
38.1 and Chawla has a wicket first ball. He looks almost embarassed. Harbhajan at midwicket takes the catch at midwicket and must be wondering why he's not getting these freebies. That was dropped in Chawla's half. It was a miracle it did not bounce again before Kervezee hit it. He flat-batted the pull with such blinding ferocious intent that he forgot to place it. He picked out Harbhajan at deep midwicket. 127/7
View dismissal B Zuiderent lbw b Khan 0 10 6 0 0 0.00
30.6 79.2 mph, Zaheer has nailed him, but Zuiderant has reviewed it. Sleight of hand from Zaheer, he's got the ball to do everything except turn back towards him. He runs in with the ball hidden in his hands, not giving away how he's holding it. This one lands back of a length and curls into Zuiderant, who has thrust his front pad forward and in front of the stumps. Danger signs. The ball comes in enough to miss the bat that was hanging in hope next to the pad. Replays vindicate Steve Davis. The seamers have come into their own with the old ball. Maybe India should just open with spinners and use the fast bowlers after 25 overs. 101/5
View dismissal TN de Grooth run out (Chawla/†Dhoni) 5 14 11 0 0 45.45
34.2 Yuvraj Singh to Kervezee, de Grooth is run out. This innings is a complete shambles now, and the packed stands in Kotla will be concerned they won't get to see much of a chase. There was no single there. Kervezee works Yuvraj towards short midwicket and takes off. Chawla at mid-on runs in, collects with one hand and lets rip a throw at Dhoni. It wasn't the best of throws, but it was such a madly judged run that Dhoni had a year to collect and break the stumps. de Grooth started running really late, he knew it was suicidal. 108/6
View dismissal PW Borren* c Nehra b Khan 38 46 36 3 2 105.55
46.1 74.8 mph, Borren summons his inner Dilshan, and plays his own version of the pick-up shot. Or the ramp shot if you will. Pre-meditated though, and that led to his undoing. Back of a length from Zaheer as Borren set himself up for a full delivery. As a result, instead of scooping, he ended up lapping it off the lower end of the bat. Hence it went higher rather than far. Instead of clearing Nehra, it landed in his hands at short fine leg. Good innings from the captain. 189/9
View dismissal BP Kruger run out (Kohli/†Dhoni) 8 16 12 1 0 66.66
42.2 from Chawla, Another run out, this time Kruger is gone. Chawla lands it this time, but too full and there for the drive. Kruger times the shot well as he advances and flows through the shot, but picks out Kohli inside the circle at cover. He promptly returns to Dhoni who is quick with the collection and removes the bails in a flash. 151/8
View dismissal Mudassar Bukhari b Khan 21 20 18 1 2 116.66
46.4 82.2 mph, Zaheer has arrested the bleeding and finished off the innings. Despite the late flourish, Netherlands end short of an average score. The fast searing yorker angles across the batsman, there's not much you can attempt with that ball, except the squeezed single to the off side, or a tough-to-pull-off delicate dab to third man. Bukhari just went for the big swipe across the line even as he backed away. Ended up getting an inside edge that clattered onto off stump. India need 190 to win. 189/10
PM Seelaar not out 0 2 0 0 0 -
Extras (b 6, lb 3, w 2, nb 1) 12
  Total (all out; 46.4 overs; 191 mins) 189 (4.05 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wickets Z Khan 6.4 0 20 3 3.00 30 3 0
30.6 to Zuiderent, 79.2 mph, Zaheer has nailed him, but Zuiderant has reviewed it. Sleight of hand from Zaheer, he's got the ball to do everything except turn back towards him. He runs in with the ball hidden in his hands, not giving away how he's holding it. This one lands back of a length and curls into Zuiderant, who has thrust his front pad forward and in front of the stumps. Danger signs. The ball comes in enough to miss the bat that was hanging in hope next to the pad. Replays vindicate Steve Davis. The seamers have come into their own with the old ball. Maybe India should just open with spinners and use the fast bowlers after 25 overs. 101/5
46.1 to Borren, 74.8 mph, Borren summons his inner Dilshan, and plays his own version of the pick-up shot. Or the ramp shot if you will. Pre-meditated though, and that led to his undoing. Back of a length from Zaheer as Borren set himself up for a full delivery. As a result, instead of scooping, he ended up lapping it off the lower end of the bat. Hence it went higher rather than far. Instead of clearing Nehra, it landed in his hands at short fine leg. Good innings from the captain. 189/9
46.4 to Mudassar Bukhari, 82.2 mph, Zaheer has arrested the bleeding and finished off the innings. Despite the late flourish, Netherlands end short of an average score. The fast searing yorker angles across the batsman, there's not much you can attempt with that ball, except the squeezed single to the off side, or a tough-to-pull-off delicate dab to third man. Bukhari just went for the big swipe across the line even as he backed away. Ended up getting an inside edge that clattered onto off stump. India need 190 to win. 189/10
View wicket A Nehra 5 1 22 1 4.40 21 2 1
29.1 to Cooper, Nehra's struck immediately. He's got this oldish ball to nip away from a full length. Was that reverse swing or a good old offcutter? In any case, it was Nehra at his crafty best. Replays indicate it was an offcutter. He bustles in from over the wicket, lands it full and outside off, inviting the drive and then moving off away towards the off side. The deviation is enough to induce an outside edge as Cooper goes for the big cover drive. Dhoni holds the low catch easily. Netherlands are fumbling here. 100/4
  YK Pathan 6 1 17 0 2.83 25 2 0
  Harbhajan Singh 10 0 31 0 3.10 39 0 1 (2w)
View wickets PP Chawla 10 0 47 2 4.70 34 3 2 (1nb)
15.2 to Szwarczynski, 55.9 mph, at long last, Piyush Chawla's much feted and much hyped googly has made its presence felt. Anil Kumble would have called that a flipper, but this is Chawla's googly, it is generally shorter in length than the leggie, and skids along with the angle, with slight inward turn. The delivery's hopes of striking hinge on the batsman's propensity to cut. Eric did just that, ambitiously setting himself up for the square cut by getting back and looking to come down on it. He saw it sliding in and tried to arrest the shot and cover the line. Too late. The ball hurries through and thuds into middle and leg. Chawla looks relieved, big break this for him. 56/1
38.1 to Kervezee, and Chawla has a wicket first ball. He looks almost embarassed. Harbhajan at midwicket takes the catch at midwicket and must be wondering why he's not getting these freebies. That was dropped in Chawla's half. It was a miracle it did not bounce again before Kervezee hit it. He flat-batted the pull with such blinding ferocious intent that he forgot to place it. He picked out Harbhajan at deep midwicket. 127/7
View wickets Yuvraj Singh 9 1 43 2 4.77 29 5 0
18.6 to Barresi, 48.4 mph, Barresi reviews an lbw call. Yuvraj gets one of those innocuous pies to land on off from wide of the crease, and straighten enough to hit middle stump. Umpire Davis did not take long to uphold the appeal. The only bone of contention was whether it hit bat before hitting the pad. Replays show it his the front pad first alright. A 100 ODI wickets for Yuvraj. 64/2
28.2 to ten Doeschate, 50.8 mph, Yuvraj does it again. Best spinner in this team? He's done in Netherlands' best batsman with a bit of old-school left-arm spinner's guile. He's got this to dip on RTD after inviting him out of the crease for the loft down the ground. RTD did not realise he wasn't to the pitch of it, until too late, and decided to go through with the shot. He was looking to go leg side, but the extra spin meant that it went off the lower half of the bat, getting a bit of outside edge in the process. He ended up scooping it higher than he wanted, compromising for distance, and playing to towards long off as the bat turned in his hand. Zaheer at long off makes a tough catch look easy, taking it a foot in front of the ropes. 99/3
  India innings (target: 190 runs from 50 overs) R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal V Sehwag c Kervezee b Seelaar 39 36 26 5 2 150.00
7.3 54.4 mph, Combusts this time! He moved outside leg and tried to whiplash it over point but ended up slicing it straight to the Kervezee at point 69/1
View dismissal SR Tendulkar c Kruger b Seelaar 27 45 22 6 0 122.72
9.1 Wicket for no 2 for Seelaar. Two big wickets. Tendulkar went down the track for the big hit but ended up slicing it towards long-off who ran across to take a good catch 80/2
View dismissal YK Pathan c & b Seelaar 11 12 10 1 1 110.00
9.5 58.8 mph, Whoa! Seelaar is pumped up! It was a quickish delivery on short of length; Pathan pushes it tamely back to the bowler! what a soft dismissal. Seelar dashes off on a celebratory run! 82/3
View dismissal G Gambhir b Mudassar Bukhari 28 57 28 3 0 100.00
23.1 77.7 mph, The leg stump has been pegged back! It landed outside the leg stump and seemed to be a harmless delivery moving towards the pad. Gambhir shapes to work it to the on side, misses, and the ball clips the thigh pad and falls on the leg stump! The umpires have asked Gambhir to wait. They want to check for the no ball. It's a legit delivery. Out. 139/5
View dismissal V Kohli b Borren 12 16 20 2 0 60.00
14.3 75.1 mph, Clatter! It landed full on a length around off stump line and moved in a touch. Virat went for the off drive but drove outside the line and the ball went through the big gap to peg back the off stump 99/4
Yuvraj Singh not out 51 93 73 7 0 69.86
MS Dhoni*† not out 19 56 40 2 0 47.50
Extras (w 4) 4
  Total (5 wickets; 36.3 overs; 160 mins) 191 (5.23 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
View wicket Mudassar Bukhari 6 1 33 1 5.50 24 4 1 (2w)
23.1 to Gambhir, 77.7 mph, The leg stump has been pegged back! It landed outside the leg stump and seemed to be a harmless delivery moving towards the pad. Gambhir shapes to work it to the on side, misses, and the ball clips the thigh pad and falls on the leg stump! The umpires have asked Gambhir to wait. They want to check for the no ball. It's a legit delivery. Out. 139/5
  RN ten Doeschate 7 0 38 0 5.42 25 6 0 (2w)
View wickets PM Seelaar 10 1 53 3 5.30 35 7 1
7.3 to Sehwag, 54.4 mph, Combusts this time! He moved outside leg and tried to whiplash it over point but ended up slicing it straight to the Kervezee at point 69/1
9.1 to Tendulkar, Wicket for no 2 for Seelaar. Two big wickets. Tendulkar went down the track for the big hit but ended up slicing it towards long-off who ran across to take a good catch 80/2
9.5 to Pathan, 58.8 mph, Whoa! Seelaar is pumped up! It was a quickish delivery on short of length; Pathan pushes it tamely back to the bowler! what a soft dismissal. Seelar dashes off on a celebratory run! 82/3
View wicket PW Borren 8 0 33 1 4.12 30 3 1
14.3 to Kohli, 75.1 mph, Clatter! It landed full on a length around off stump line and moved in a touch. Virat went for the off drive but drove outside the line and the ball went through the big gap to peg back the off stump 99/4
  TLW Cooper 2 0 11 0 5.50 7 2 0
  BP Kruger 3.3 0 23 0 6.57 10 4 0

Match details


Toss - Netherlands, who chose to bat
Points - India 2, Netherlands 0
Player of the match - Yuvraj Singh (India)
Umpires - SJ Davis (Australia) and BNJ Oxenford (Australia)
TV umpire - BR Doctrove (West Indies)
Match referee - RS Madugalle (Sri Lanka)
Reserve umpire - HDPK Dharmasena (Sri Lanka)

Match Notes


    • Netherlands innings
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 38 runs, 0 wicket)
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 - 15.0 (Bowling side - 18 runs, 0 wicket)
    • Over 11.5: Review by India (Bowling), Umpire - BNJ Oxenford, Batsman - W Barresi (Struck down)
    • Netherlands: 50 runs in 13.4 overs (82 balls), Extras 5
    • 1st Wicket: 50 runs in 82 balls (ES Szwarczynski 25, W Barresi 22, Ex 5)
    • Drinks: Netherlands - 60/1 in 18.0 overs (W Barresi 24, TLW Cooper 3)
    • Over 18.6: Review by Netherlands (Batting), Umpire - SJ Davis, Batsman - W Barresi (Struck down)
    • Netherlands: 100 runs in 28.5 overs (174 balls), Extras 6
    • Over 30.6: Review by Netherlands (Batting), Umpire - SJ Davis, Batsman - B Zuiderent (Struck down)
    • Drinks: Netherlands - 108/6 in 34.2 overs (AN Kervezee 3)
    • Netherlands: 150 runs in 42.1 overs (254 balls), Extras 10
    • Powerplay 3: Overs 42.1 - 47.0 (Batting side - 42 runs, 3 wickets)
    • Innings Break: Netherlands - 189/10 in 46.4 overs (PM Seelaar 0)
    • India innings
    • Powerplay 1: Overs 0.1 - 10.0 (Mandatory - 82 runs, 3 wickets)
    • India: 50 runs in 6.0 overs (36 balls), Extras 4
    • 1st Wicket: 50 runs in 36 balls (V Sehwag 21, SR Tendulkar 25, Ex 4)
    • Powerplay 2: Overs 10.1 - 15.0 (Bowling side - 17 runs, 1 wicket)
    • India: 100 runs in 15.2 overs (92 balls), Extras 4
    • Drinks: India - 101/4 in 16.0 overs (G Gambhir 7, Yuvraj Singh 1)
    • India: 150 runs in 27.2 overs (164 balls), Extras 4
    • Drinks: India - 172/5 in 34.0 overs (Yuvraj Singh 41, MS Dhoni 10)
    • Powerplay 3: Overs 35.1 - 40.0 (Batting side - 5 runs, 0 wicket)
    • Yuvraj Singh: 50 off 73 balls (7 x 4)
    • 6th Wicket: 50 runs in 80 balls (Yuvraj Singh 33, MS Dhoni 19, Ex 0)
    • Attendance - 43,000
 
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