ICC World Twenty20, 4th Match, Group B: Australia v Zimbabwe at Cape Town, Sep 12, 2007
ICC World Twenty20 - 4th match, Group B
Zimbabwe won by 5 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)
Played at Newlands, Cape Town (neutral venue)
12 September 2007 - night match (20-over match)

Lee to Sibanda, 1 wide, oops, that's fast, furious and misdirected ... Rusty?


Lee to Sibanda, 1 wide, fast again, and off target again. Sibanda wafts but doesn't come close, and the umpire signals another wide


Lee to Sibanda, no run, short and tucked off the hips. A slight misfield at square leg gives Sibanda notions of a single, but he thinks better of it


Lee to Sibanda, no run, that's much better - short, angry and quick. Sibanda does well to lift his gloves well out of the way. He's furious ... with himself and everything around him


Lee to Sibanda, 1 run, full and pushed into the covers, a direct hit would have been close, but Hussey misses. It's all happening out there


Lee to Taylor, 1 run, pushed back onto the stumps, but Taylor gets off the mark with an angled steer to gully


Lee to Sibanda, FOUR, short, a thick edge and a genuine chance, but that flew clean through the vacant third slip and all the way to the boundary.


Lee to Sibanda, no run, drawn forward in a watchful defence

Zimbabwe 8/0   B Lee 1-0-8-0

Lee to Taylor, no run, fast and furious again. But only one slip for Lee


Lee to Taylor, 1 run, Taylor backs away to give himself room. Can't time the backfoot steer, but another single as slip rushes up to field


Lee to Sibanda, 2 runs, into position for the pull shot - can't quite time it, but it's good enough to beat midwicket. Aggressive running brings two, and Zimbabwe are calling the shots


Lee to Sibanda, FOUR, that's a fantastic strike - fast, too full, and Sibanda gives himself room to free his arms, and carves Lee clean through the covers


Lee to Sibanda, FOUR, crash! A second boundary in the over, and that's even sweeter than the first. Whistles through point and all the way to the rope


Lee to Sibanda, no run, a better delivery to finish, but Australia are suddenly in a bit of strife

Zimbabwe 24/0   B Lee 2-0-19-0

Lee to Taylor, 1 run, well bowled, low and in on off-stick, driven back out to cover


Lee to Masakadza, 1 run, full toss, thigh height, driven out in front of short midwicket for an easy one


Lee to Taylor, 1 run, sensible single there - Taylor pushing to cover and setting off immediately to bring up an excellent fifty


Lee to Masakadza, no run, pushed on to the back foot and two fielders bound in from the off-side ring to tidy up


Lee to Masakadza, 2 runs, on off, driven out to mid-off for a quick single - which becomes two as there's an overthrow from Clark's mis-shy at the non-striker's stumps


Lee to Masakadza, 1 run, full on leg, and well dug out to midwicket for a quick single

Zimbabwe 116/4   B Lee 3-0-25-0

Lee to Masakadza, 1 run, yorker, well bowled, but poor fielding as Zimbabwe scramble a single a metre or so square of the wicket as the ball crashes off the bat into the pad and back out there


Lee to Taylor, 1 run, another yorker, dug out again, with a drive towards the cover boundary


Lee to Masakadza, OUT, dangerous shot - sounded like an edge but there wasn't - Masakadza trying the sweep and paying for it. You don't get plumber and that wasn't a tough decision

H Masakadza lbw b Lee 27 (28b 2x4 0x6) SR: 96.42


Lee to Chigumbura, 1 run, stuns the ball down right onto the batting crease and they run through a very quick single, Lee running soen and breaking the stumps with his hand, not the ball


Lee to Taylor, 2 runs, worked behind square for two


Lee to Taylor, 1 run, eases back into his crease, but Lee's fired that one in full once more, and then driven out to extra cover where it's well marshalled on the boundary by the sweeper

Zimbabwe 127/5   B Lee 4-0-31-1





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