That winds up our coverage for today. On behalf of Abhishek and the rest of the crew, this is Nitin Sundar signing off. Do join us for the Chennai cracker tomorrow, it is England v Windies. Cheers!
Well, it started well for Canada, but Australia gradually took control and cantered home. Here's George Binoy's bulletin telling you how it all happened.
Watson is Man of the Match: "It was nice to come out good in the end and hit a few right out of the middle. Canadians bowled pretty straight, they bowled well with the new ball and the wicket was two paced. It was nice to develop the partnership with Haddin. We have been having a week between some of our games, so nice to get some back to back games now."
Ponting: "Things went not too bad, their top four or five batted really well, but our batsmen were outstanding. We haven't fully been tested yet, we will be by Pakistan in Colombo and we look forward to it. You could say I am due, would have been nice to be not out, but may be I am saving it up for the big games."
Bagai: "The experience has been phenomenal, the young guys will take a lot from this. Our bowlers were fantastic through the tournament, but the batsmen were poor in the first half. Some young guys got self belief out of the World Cup - Hansra, Patel. We came here looking to win, and laid a good platform, but inexperience let us down."
Faisal: "What does it take to beat Australia in the World Cup? ....... "Pakistan". Well, lets hope it is a cracker!
Kamal: "Another one sided in Group A.. Is it a calm before storm considering England would be playing tmrw?"
What does it take to beat Australia in the World Cup? Sigh! They now top the table.
Satish: "Ponting's reflexes are not like before. He should cut back on that pull shot."
That's right Satish. You echoed George Binoy's opinions, he still recalls nightmares from 2003 when Ponting pulverised India with the pull shot.
Phil: "That's why Ponting do not want the Associates to play in the World Cup - he keeps getting out against them." Haha!
Two slips in place.
Anand: "What are Punter and Pup waiting for to finish the game, Has the TEAM BUS not arrived yet?"
Baidwan has bowled out, Rao comes on.
Rahul: "I can't remember which commentator had trouble saying Ajay Jadeja. Not that he didn't pronounce it properly, but he just couldn't get through it. I think it was Tony Greig."
There were some who called him "Dudd-jeddah"