ICC Cricket World Cup, 30th Match, Group A: Canada v New Zealand at Mumbai, Mar 13, 2011
ICC Cricket World Cup - 30th match, Group A
New Zealand won by 97 runs
Played at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai (neutral venue)
13 March 2011 (50-over match)
7.1

Baidwan to BB McCullum, no run, in the zone outside the off stump, the batsman is beaten, pushing inside the line

7.2

Baidwan to BB McCullum, no run, length delivery that straightens on the middle and off line, jabbed to the on side

7.3

Baidwan to BB McCullum, SIX, Blast! McCullum rushes down the track, moves outside leg in the process and whacks this length delivery over long-off

7.4

Baidwan to BB McCullum, no run, shout for lbw. It landed on a length around middle and tilted in towards the leg stump to hit the pad. Hawk eye says it would have clipped the outside of leg stump

7.5

Baidwan to BB McCullum, no run, in the zone outside off, beaten on the froward prod and Bagai is quick to collect and break the stumps

7.6

Baidwan to BB McCullum, FOUR, full delivery and McCullum edges the drive to third man boundary

New Zealand 45/0   HS Baidwan 1-0-10-0
9.1

Baidwan to BB McCullum, 1 run, works this behind square-leg for a single

9.2

Baidwan to Guptill, no run, full in length on the middle stump line, defended on the front foot

9.3

Baidwan to Guptill, no run, leans forward to drive to mid-off

9.4

Baidwan to Guptill, no run, glides forward to defend this to the leg side

9.5

Baidwan to Guptill, OUT, Wonderful Ashish Bagai! What a keeper! He was standing up to the stumps and takes a loverly catch. Guptill got the edge on the defensive prod and Bagai moved his hands quickly to cover the deviation. Good delivery too; it landed on a good length and just about cut away a bit

MJ Guptill c †Bagai b Baidwan 17 (45m 29b 3x4 0x6) SR: 58.62

9.6

Baidwan to Ryder, no run, In the zone outside off and Bagai, now standing back, collects

New Zealand 53/1   HS Baidwan 2-0-11-1
11.1

Baidwan to Ryder, no run, gets forward to push it back down the track

11.2

Baidwan to Ryder, 2 runs, works this wide of midwicket for a single

11.3

Baidwan to Ryder, FOUR, Lash em Ryder! He reaches outside off and slashes a full delivery well outside off past backward point

11.4

Baidwan to Ryder, no run, full and around the off stump line, edged to point

11.5

Baidwan to Ryder, FOUR, tries the bouncer, climbs chest-high. So far so good. Blink. Ryder crash-pulls it to the square-leg boundary.

11.6

Baidwan to Ryder, 2 runs, overpitches this one on the legs, flicked away to deep square-leg

New Zealand 79/1   HS Baidwan 3-0-23-1
13.1

Baidwan to Ryder, no run, in the zone outside off, Ryder hits it hard but can't pierce the off-side field

13.2

Baidwan to Ryder, no run, stays back to push it to the off

13.3

Baidwan to Ryder, no run, stays back to defend to the off side

13.4

Baidwan to Ryder, no run, in the channel outside off, Ryder tries to cut but makes no contact

13.5

Baidwan to Ryder, 1 run, just outside off stump, run down to third man

13.6

Baidwan to BB McCullum, 1 leg bye, on the middle and leg, pushed out to the on side .. rolls of the pad actually

New Zealand 87/1   HS Baidwan 4-0-24-1
15.1

Baidwan to Ryder, no run, back of a length outside off and angling across Ryder who leaves

15.2

Baidwan to Ryder, no run, closer to off stump this time, Ryder defends to off stump.

15.3

Baidwan to Ryder, 1 run, short of a length this time outside off, steered through to third man for a single

15.4

Baidwan to BB McCullum, no run, shorter on off stump, Baz stays back and defends down the track

15.5

Baidwan to BB McCullum, no run, looks to cut a fullish ball just outside off, and doesn't make contact

15.6

Baidwan to BB McCullum, no run, closer to off stump to end the over, Baz gets behind the line quietly and defends

New Zealand 96/1   HS Baidwan 5-0-25-1
17.1

Baidwan to Ryder, 1 run, short of a length outside off, Ryder stands back and cracks a cut into the covers

17.2

Baidwan to BB McCullum, 1 run, Baz hangs back and steers a back of length ball on leg stump into the covers for one more

17.3

Baidwan to Ryder, 1 run, marginally short of a length this time, Ryder looks to pull immediately but its not short enough for him to truly pummel. Single to midwicket

17.4

Baidwan to BB McCullum, 1 run, tighter length on off, Baz stands on the crease and punches with the full face to mid on for a single

17.5

Baidwan to Ryder, no run, huge lbw appeal turned down ... Baidwan and Cheema discuss and decide to not review it. Back of a length on leg stump, and then it straightens to head towards the outer half of leg stump, so a review would have been wasted. Plus, there seemed to have been an inside edge. Though, in the absence of HotSpot that would have been tough to establish.

17.6

Baidwan to Ryder, 1 run, fuller length ball on a similar line, Ryder tries to hang back and slam it over midwicket. Straight to the fielder and he gets a single

New Zealand 104/1   HS Baidwan 6-0-30-1
36.1

Baidwan to BB McCullum, 1 run, charges out for the big hit but he mistimes the flat-batted hit and edges to the leg side

36.2

Baidwan to Taylor, 2 runs, walks forward to drive to the on side

36.3

Baidwan to Taylor, 1 run, fetches it from outside off and slams it to deep midwicket

36.4

Baidwan to BB McCullum, OUT, Batting Powerplay has taken its first wicket. Full in length and outside off, Baz slams it straight to extra cover. Fine innings, but its over now

BB McCullum c Gunasekera b Baidwan 101 (163m 109b 12x4 2x6) SR: 92.66

36.5

Baidwan to NL McCullum, no run, a high bouncer and Nathan ducks

36.6

Baidwan to NL McCullum, no run, short of length outside off, dabbed to point

New Zealand 185/3   HS Baidwan 7-0-34-2
38.1

Baidwan to Taylor, SIX, Whack! It was the bouncer around off stump and Taylor pulls it to deep midwicket where Davison ran in too much, misjudged it and the ball sailed over him. Had he stayed near the ropes, he could have got it

38.2

Baidwan to Taylor, SIX, Another short ball. Blink. Pull. The ball is thrown back from the wide midwicket boundary

38.3

Baidwan to Taylor, no run, fuller, around off stump, dug out back down the track

38.4

Baidwan to Taylor, SIX, The six-orgy (read it again, no typos!) begins. It was a poor short ball and Taylor thrashes it over square-leg boundary

38.5

Baidwan to Taylor, SIX, Drama! Taylor fetches a slower one and heaves it high towards long-on. Cheema back-pedaled and as he caught the ball, his back foot touched the boundary line. He threw it back in the field of play but the damage was done.

38.6

Baidwan to Taylor, FOUR, Taylor has gone berserk here. And without the help of Kamran Akmal. Baidwan chokes and serves a low full toss outside off and Taylor has creamed it through covers

New Zealand 220/3   HS Baidwan 8-0-62-2
47.1

Baidwan to Williamson, FOUR, shuffles across, a low full toss on the leg stump arrives and Kane helps it along to the fine-leg boundary

47.2

Baidwan to Williamson, FOUR, The back-of-hand slower one and for a moment I thought Kane has hit mishit it to deep midwicket. He slog sweeps it to wide midwicket boundary

47.3

Baidwan to Williamson, 3 runs, walks across to the off, and steers the length delivery through point. More overthrows. It should have been two but they have leaked an extra run

47.4

Baidwan to Styris, FOUR, Fabulicious straight hit. Scotty clears the front foot and lofts it to the straight boundary.

47.5

Baidwan to Styris, FOUR, a slower one, back of the hand stuff again, just outside off and on a good length. Styris moved outside leg and carved it over backward point

47.6

Baidwan to Styris, OUT, Styris falls to a full toss. He swings it towards long-on where Davison moves in to take a good low catch, lunging forward

SB Styris c Davison b Baidwan 35 (21m 20b 3x4 2x6) SR: 175.00

New Zealand 318/6   HS Baidwan 9-0-81-3
49.6

Baidwan to Franklin, 1 wide, Oh dear... he sprays a wide outside off stump.

49.6

Baidwan to Franklin, 2 runs, Not a four. not a six. Just couple of runs. what's the world coming to? Franklin drives to long-off for two runs.

New Zealand 358/6   HS Baidwan 9.1-0-84-3
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