Player of the Match
Player of the Match
49.1
6
Goudie to Hauritz, SIX runs, smacked back over the bowler
47.5
4
Goudie to Lee, FOUR runs, hit hard over midwicket and the ball races away for four
46.1
6
Drummond to Voges, SIX runs, maximum in to the long-off stand
45.4
4
Goudie to Paine, FOUR runs, too short and pulled away through midwicket this time for four
45.3
4
Goudie to Paine, FOUR runs, cut away behind cover and a simple pick-up for Watson bounces akwardly in front of him and ends up in a horrible mis-field as the ball bounces past him for four
44.6
4
Haq to Paine, FOUR runs, too short and pulled through midwicket for four
43.4
4
Goudie to Paine, FOUR runs, risky shot that loops over the square leg fielder and races away for four
41.6
6
Berrington to Voges, SIX runs, knee high full toss given the full treatment and pulled on to a nearby tennis court
41.3
4
Berrington to Paine, FOUR runs, wristy shot played high over midwicket for a one bounce four
36.6
6
Nel to Hussey, SIX runs, hit high and hard over his favoured long-off and Drummond is back-tracking underneath the ball. He leaps back and grabs the ball with both hands but lands with his feet outside the ropes
36.1
4
Nel to Hussey, FOUR runs, cut away with force between the point and cover fielders and that's four more
35.3
4
Berrington to Hussey, FOUR runs, cut away with power behind point this time and the ball races away for four
34.6
6
Haq to Hussey, SIX runs, gets down the track and underneath the ball again for another six over long-off. Hussey moves on to 94
34.4
4
Haq to Hussey, FOUR runs, cut away in front of point and this one beats Watson to the rope for four
34.1
6
Haq to Hussey, SIX runs, a replay off his last shot and Haq is taking a battering from Hussey and he hits him hard over the long-off boundary again
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Scotland 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st51GM HamiltonDF Watts
2nd17GM HamiltonRR Watson
3rd14GM HamiltonMQ Sheikh
4th0GM HamiltonRD Berrington
5th48NFI McCallumRD Berrington
6th3NFI McCallumRM Haq
7th18RM HaqGD Drummond
8th2GD DrummondMJ Petrie
9th3G GoudieGD Drummond
10th0G GoudieJD Nel