Player of the Match
Player of the Match
2.3
1b
Best to Vaughan, 1 bye,
2.2
1
Best to Trescothick, 1 run,
2.1
0
Best to Trescothick, no run,

END OF OVER:
2 | 11 Runs | ENG: 18/0

  • Michael Vaughan11 (8b)
  • Marcus Trescothick5 (6b)
  • Ryan Hinds1.1-0-11-0
  • Tino Best1.1-0-7-0
1.6
6
Hinds to Vaughan, SIX runs,
1.5
0
Hinds to Vaughan, no run,
1.5
1nb
Hinds to Vaughan, 1 no ball,
1.4
0
Hinds to Vaughan, no run,
1.3
0
Hinds to Vaughan, no run,
1.2
0
Hinds to Vaughan, no run,
1.1
4
Hinds to Vaughan, FOUR runs,

END OF OVER:
1 | 7 Runs | ENG: 7/0

  • Michael Vaughan1 (1b)
  • Marcus Trescothick5 (6b)
  • Tino Best1.1-0-7-0
0.6
1
Best to Vaughan, 1 run,
0.5
1
Best to Trescothick, 1 run,
0.4
4
Best to Trescothick, FOUR runs,
0.4
1nb
Best to Trescothick, 1 no ball,
0.3
0
Best to Trescothick, no run,
0.2
0
Best to Trescothick, no run,
0.1
0
Best to Trescothick, no run,
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