Reliance World Cup - 24th match, Group A

India v New Zealand

India won by 9 wickets (with 107 balls remaining)

New Zealand innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4s 6s SR
JG Wright run out 35 90 59 4 0 59.32
PA Horne b Prabhakar 18 49 35 1 0 51.42
MD Crowe c †Pandit b Azharuddin 21 35 24 2 0 87.50
KR Rutherford b Sharma 26 79 54 1 0 48.14
JJ Crowe* b Maninder Singh 24 22 24 3 0 100.00
DN Patel c Kapil Dev b Shastri 40 45 51 3 0 78.43
MC Snedden run out 23 42 28 2 0 82.14
IDS Smith b Sharma 0 1 1 0 0 0.00
EJ Chatfield b Sharma 0 1 1 0 0 0.00
W Watson not out 12 31 25 1 0 48.00
Extras (lb 14, w 7, nb 1) 22
Total (9 wickets; 50 overs) 221 (4.42 runs per over)
Did not bat DK Morrison
Fall of wickets 1-46 (Horne), 2-84 (MD Crowe), 3-90 (Wright), 4-122 (JJ Crowe), 5-181 (Patel), 6-182 (Rutherford), 7-182 (Smith), 8-182 (Chatfield), 9-221 (Snedden)
Bowling O M R W Econ
N Kapil Dev 6 0 24 0 4.00
M Prabhakar 7 0 23 1 3.28
C Sharma 10 2 51 3 5.10
M Azharuddin 7 0 26 1 3.71
Maninder Singh 10 0 51 1 5.10
RJ Shastri 10 1 32 1 3.20
India innings (target: 222 runs from 50 overs) R M B 4s 6s SR
K Srikkanth c Rutherford b Watson 75 80 58 9 3 129.31
SM Gavaskar not out 103 149 88 10 3 117.04
M Azharuddin not out 41 68 51 5 0 80.39
Extras (lb 1, w 2, nb 2) 5
Total (1 wicket; 32.1 overs) 224 (6.96 runs per over)
Did not bat NS Sidhu, DB Vengsarkar, N Kapil Dev*, RJ Shastri, CS Pandit, M Prabhakar, C Sharma, Maninder Singh
Fall of wickets 1-136 (Srikkanth)
Bowling O M R W Econ
DK Morrison 10 0 69 0 6.90
EJ Chatfield 4.1 1 39 0 9.36
MC Snedden 4 0 29 0 7.25
W Watson 10 0 50 1 5.00
DN Patel 4 0 36 0 9.00
Match details
Toss New Zealand, who chose to bat
Points India 4, New Zealand 0
ODI debut DK Morrison (New Zealand)
Players of the match SM Gavaskar (India) and C Sharma (India)
Umpires HD Bird (England) and DR Shepherd (England)
Match notes
  • Chetan Sharma takes the first hat-trick in the World Cup
 
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