• BATSMEN
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    29.3 Watson has missed his 100 too. This immense compulsion to hit sixes has finally cost him his wicket. He wanted to pull this. It wasn't straight enough. He still wanted to pull this. It wasn't short enough. He still wanted to pull this. Ends up trying to whack it over long on, but finds the man in the deep. 185/2
    28.5 ah, finally a wicket. Davison has struck in his last game with a flat ball landing on leg and turning further down. Haddin tickles it along into Bagai's gloves. He's missed a 100 here. 183/1
    34.2 a bad day for Ponting comes to a forgettable end. Hide the TVs, is the joke doing the rounds. His bowlers struggled to bowl out Canada. Steve Smith nearly muffed a catch that was his. And now he's not got the batting practice he wanted. And he's again perished to the short ball. Late on the pull, pops it up to square leg meekly. A catch for Davison now, this is not as bad way to retire. 207/3
    not out
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    29
    17
    3
    0
    94.11
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    1
    0
    133.33
    Extras
    3 (lb 1, w 2)
    TOTAL
    212/3 (34.5 Overs, RR: 6.08)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    H Osinde9.505315.38379020
    HS Baidwan10.014114.10365000
    WD Balaji Rao7.004606.57202300
    Rizwan Cheema3.002307.6674000
    JM Davison4.002917.2581200
    H Patel1.0019019.0013100
    Fall of wickets:1-183 (BJ Haddin, 28.5 ov), 2-185 (SR Watson, 29.3 ov), 3-207 (RT Ponting, 34.2 ov)

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