ICC Champions Trophy - 1st semi final

Australia v England

Australia won by 9 wickets (with 49 balls remaining)

23.1

Hauritz to Wright, 1 run, short outside off, turns back in, smacked down to deep cover

23.2

Hauritz to Bresnan, no run, tossed it up just a fraction outside off, defended into the leg side

23.3

Hauritz to Bresnan, no run, pushed it fuller outside off, held its line, left alone

23.4

Hauritz to Bresnan, 1 run, threw it up on middle, worked away through to deep square leg

23.5

Hauritz to Wright, no run, shuffles well across, Hauritz slows it down, worked away to short fine

23.6

Hauritz to Wright, no run, flatter, turning in just a hint, pushed to short cover

England 119/6   NM Hauritz 1-0-2-0

25.1

Hauritz to Wright, 1 run, gets on his knee and sweeps to deep square leg

25.2

Hauritz to Bresnan, 1 run, tossed up on middle and leg and driven down the ground to long-on

25.3

Hauritz to Wright, 1 run, slower through the air, gets forward and knocks it to the on side

25.4

Hauritz to Bresnan, 1 run, shuffles and trickles it down to square leg

25.5

Hauritz to Wright, no run, slow through the air again and defended with soft hands

25.6

Hauritz to Wright, 1 run, commits early to the sweep and places it cleanly to deep square leg

England 130/6   NM Hauritz 2-0-7-0

27.1

Hauritz to Wright, no run, tosses it outside off and he opts to defend

27.2

Hauritz to Wright, 1 run, goes for a forceful drive off a full delivery and he finds sweeper cover

27.3

Hauritz to Bresnan, no run, full outside off and driven to extra cover

27.4

Hauritz to Bresnan, no run, tossed up outside off and defended on the front foot

27.5

Hauritz to Bresnan, 1 run, goes right across his stumps and clips it to deep square leg

27.6

Hauritz to Wright, 1 run, gets on his knee very early, exposes all three stumps and sweeps to short fine leg

England 138/6   NM Hauritz 3-0-10-0

30.1

Hauritz to Wright, 1 run, slow through the air, he waits for it to turn before cutting to deep point

30.2

Hauritz to Bresnan, no run, comes forward early and defends to the off side

30.3

Hauritz to Bresnan, 1 run, stays at the crease and times the punch very well to beat Hauritz who dives to his right

30.4

Hauritz to Wright, no run, quicker through the air, taps it to the off side and tells his partner to wait

30.5

Hauritz to Wright, no run, tries to swipe him across the line on bended knee and misses it completely

30.6

Hauritz to Wright, 1 run, stays back and cuts to point

England 148/6   NM Hauritz 4-0-13-0

32.1

Hauritz to Bresnan, no run, full outside off an driven to sweeper cover

32.2

Hauritz to Bresnan, 1 run, full outside off and driven to the off side and thats the 50 stand

32.3

Hauritz to Wright, no run, slow through the air and defended with a dead bat

32.4

Hauritz to Wright, 1 run, makes room, waits for the turn and cuts to the off side

32.5

Hauritz to Bresnan, 1 run, quicker through the air and whipped to midwicket

32.6

Hauritz to Wright, 1 run, full outside off and squired towards cover

England 154/6   NM Hauritz 5-0-17-0

34.1

Hauritz to Bresnan, 1 run, full outside off and driven to cover

34.2

Hauritz to Wright, SIX, clean hit, tossed up on the off stump, he gets on his knee and slog sweeps him high and far over deep midwicket

34.3

Hauritz to Wright, 1 run, makes room and cuts him to the off side

34.4

Hauritz to Bresnan, 1 run, pushed to the off side

34.5

Hauritz to Wright, no run

34.6

Hauritz to Wright, SIX, into the second tier! Can we have the ball back please, gentlemen? Tossed up outside off and Wright plays the shot in his mind before getting on his knee and slog sweeping him over deep square leg

England 173/6   NM Hauritz 6-0-32-0
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Australia v England at Centurion - Oct 2, 2009
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Oct 2, 2009

Andrew Strauss is frustrated, Australia v England, 1st semi-final, ICC Champions Trophy, Centurion, October 2, 2009

Andrew Strauss is frustrated

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Oct 2, 2009

Ricky Ponting celebrates his hundred, Australia v England, 1st semi-final, ICC Champions Trophy, Centurion, October 2, 2009

Ricky Ponting celebrates his hundred

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