Player of the Match
Player of the Match

So Australia win by 60 runs and extend their unbeaten streak in World cup matches to 33. But Kenya played proudly, they were good with the ball too, spirited performance and didn't let Australia get away easily. And their batsmen did not fold like they did in previous matches, Collins Obuya leading the resistance with an unbeaten 98.

Jimmy Kamande: "At the end of the we came out second, so it's a little disappointing. The worst thing is we have only one more game left. But we can hope to improve from today. All in all Tanmay, Collins and some bowling from Nehimiah was excellent ..."

Ricky Ponting: "A bit of rust on the team, even with the batting. Full credit to Kenya, they fought really well. We tried a few different things today, bowling Smith in the Powerplay ... but hopefully we've shaken off the rust ahead of the Canada game ... great to have Hussey back. We'll have a rest day tomorrow, we've done plenty of training ..."

The Man of the Match is Collins Obuya! Well done Collins, against Australia, in a World Cup. "I'm very proud," he says. "I've been working hard on my batting, on my bowling as well, hopefully I'll become a batting allrounder." He's gracious as well about not getting enough strike at the death and missing his hundred.

A parting comment and it's from Mark Kidger: "Kenya will take some heart from that performance. For Australia, job done, but they won't have terrified any of the sides in the other group today thinking about the Quarter Final crosses."

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Tait to CO Obuya, 1 run, no hundred for Obuya as Tait delivers a yorker which he digs out to point, a real shame but well played all the same

He needs a boundary here ...

Tait to CO Obuya, 1 run, OUT, hit straight back down to long-on and Obuya runs back for the second. But the throw from the deep is good and Tait, even though he took an age to remove the bails, does it in the nick of time to run out Patel. Only one for Obuya, who has the strike though

RR Patel run out (Krejza/Tait) 6 (10m 7b 1x4 0x6) SR: 85.71

Three balls to go, Obuya needs four.

Johnson to CO Obuya, FOUR runs, he's found the gap at deep extra cover! Obuya stands his ground and smashes a full ball past the man at wide long off
Johnson to CO Obuya, FOUR runs, shot! The short ball from Johnson and Obuya swivels and pulls superbly along the ground to the deep backward square boundary! He's on 91

He needs a boundary or three ...

Tait to Patel, FOUR runs, so Patel moved way outside the off stump to hit I don't know where, he eventually got an edge on the ball and placed it between himself, the stumps and past Haddin for four to fine leg
Tait to Odoyo, OUT, bowled him, middle stump lies flat. Odoyo backs away to swing, Tait bowls a full and straight ball. It beat Odoyo for pace and uprooted middle stump

TM Odoyo b Tait 35 (59m 38b 4x4 1x6) SR: 92.10

Watson to Odoyo, no run, dropped, Odoyo tried to cut it, instead he edged it straight into Haddin's gloves and then it pops right out. A tough chance.

Haddin comes up to the stumps ...

Watson to Odoyo, SIX runs, he hasn't missed this! Odoyo charges, gets to the pitch of a length ball and lofts through the line, hitting it cleanly into the crowd at long off
Johnson to CO Obuya, FOUR runs, he's swung at this and the edge flies high towards third man, pitching once before going over the boundary. He was hoping to hit that down the ground and third man was in the circle
Watson to CO Obuya, FOUR runs, a full toss on off stump and Obuya slashes it behind point for a boundary, he has a shot at a century here, against Australia, in a World cup
Watson to CO Obuya, SIX runs, short ball, not too short either but Obuya sits on the back foot and pulls it flat over the deep midwicket boundary
Tait to CO Obuya, (no ball) FOUR runs, a lot full toss and Obuya launches it over mid-off, another one-bounce four. The yorker gone wrong from Tait.
Tait to Odoyo, FOUR runs, short ball and that's disappeared over Haddin's head for a one-bounce four. Odoyo backed away to swing at it and got an edge

Tait's back, perhaps he's bought a new radar?

Watson to CO Obuya, SIX runs, this time the pull is connected with and it travels well over deep square leg...that's too short at Watson's pace

Kenya 2nd innings Partnerships

1st12MA OumaAA Obanda
2nd9CO ObuyaAA Obanda
3rd25CO ObuyaDO Obuya
4th115CO ObuyaT Mishra
5th86TM OdoyoCO Obuya
6th16CO ObuyaRR Patel
7th1JK KamandeCO Obuya