ICC World Twenty20 - 11th match, Group A

Australia v Bangladesh

Australia won by 27 runs

4.1

Abdur Razzak to Haddin, no run, short of a length, outside off, pushes back and defended to the offside

4.2

Abdur Razzak to Haddin, 1 run, worked away to the leg side this time

4.3

Abdur Razzak to Clarke, no run, short of a length again outside off cut away to cover

4.4

Abdur Razzak to Clarke, no run

4.5

Abdur Razzak to Clarke, 1 run, well run, tight line on leg turning to middle, defended to the leg side and they steal a single

4.6

Abdur Razzak to Haddin, 1 run, works the short ball away behind square on the leg side for a single

Australia 30/2   Abdur Razzak 1-0-3-0

6.1

Abdur Razzak to Haddin, no run, length outside off, defended off the backfoot

6.2

Abdur Razzak to Haddin, 2 runs, short and wide, rocks back and cuts it away nicely for a couple

6.3

Abdur Razzak to Haddin, OUT, gotcha! Do we have an upset brewing here! Haddin plays an airy-fairy lofted sweep over square leg, just that he was no where near the pitch of the ball and ended up top-edging a dolly to short third man

BJ Haddin c Shafiul Islam b Abdur Razzak 6 (9m 9b 0x4 0x6) SR: 66.66

6.4

Abdur Razzak to DJ Hussey, 1 run, short of a length, on legstump and straightening. Defended to cover

6.5

Abdur Razzak to Clarke, no run, big turn, ripping across the batsman who stayed back and defended

6.6

Abdur Razzak to Clarke, 1 run, Clarke comes down the track this time and flicks it to mid on.

Australia 39/3   Abdur Razzak 2-0-7-1

14.1

Abdur Razzak to MEK Hussey, no run, misses the reverse sweep, and it slides down the leg side, but it is not called a wide, correctly so

14.2

Abdur Razzak to MEK Hussey, 2 runs, stays in the crease and works it from the leg stump into the leg side, played well into the gap with soft hands

14.3

Abdur Razzak to MEK Hussey, FOUR, a boundary at long last, slightly short and Hussey latches on with the pull behind square. Finds the gap to a nicety

14.4

Abdur Razzak to MEK Hussey, 1 wide, misses the pull this time, but it slides down for a wide

14.4

Abdur Razzak to MEK Hussey, 1 run, pitched up on off, dabbed to the off side for a quickie

14.5

Abdur Razzak to Smith, no run, tries to sweep a straight ball and misses. The bounce probably saved him, that was a good shout for lbw

14.6

Abdur Razzak to Smith, no run, looks to step out and drive, does not get to the pitch and the attempted drive pops in the air, but lands safely before reaching the bowler

Australia 82/6   Abdur Razzak 3-0-15-1

18.1

Abdur Razzak to Smith, SIX, Butchered! Shorter boundary on the leg side, and Smith went for it, with the expansive hoick over midwicket. Times perfectly

18.2

Abdur Razzak to Smith, 1 run, down the track and goes through with the drive to extra cover

18.3

Abdur Razzak to MEK Hussey, 1 run, swings it to the leg side and takes another tight single

18.4

Abdur Razzak to Smith, SIX, Smith smashed that to smithereens! Short of a length this time, he stays back and plays a violent pull, timing it well to send it flying over midwicket. The Smith family will be proud!

18.5

Abdur Razzak to Smith, no run, looks to swing it away again, but cannot get it away this time

18.6

Abdur Razzak to Smith, no run, gets forward and looks to sweep, but misses. It trickles off the pads.

Australia 132/6   Abdur Razzak 4-0-29-1
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Photos

May 5, 2010

Mashrafe Mortaza walks across and loses his off stump to Ryan Harris, Australia v Bangladesh, Group A, ICC World Twenty20, Barbados, May 5, 2010

Mashrafe Mortaza walks across and loses his off stump to Ryan Harris

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May 5, 2010

Dirk Nannes was in top form with 4 for 18, Australia v Bangladesh, Group A, ICC World Twenty20, Barbados, May 5, 2010

Dirk Nannes was in top form with 4 for 18

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