Player of the Match
Player of the Match

END OF OVER:
50 | 5 Runs | AUS: 246/9 (38 runs required, RR: 4.92)

  • Nathan Bracken7 (10b)
  • Brad Williams11 (16b)
  • Ajit Agarkar6-0-42-0
  • Zaheer Khan10-0-49-3
49.6
0
Agarkar to Bracken, no run,
49.5
1
Agarkar to Williams, 1 run,
49.4
0
Agarkar to Williams, no run,
49.3
0
Agarkar to Williams, no run,
49.2
2
Agarkar to Williams, 2 runs,
49.1
1
Agarkar to Bracken, 1 run,
49.1
1w
Agarkar to Bracken, 1 wide,

END OF OVER:
49 | 6 Runs | AUS: 241/9 (43 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 4.91, RRR: 43.00)

  • Brad Williams8 (12b)
  • Nathan Bracken6 (8b)
  • Zaheer Khan10-0-49-3
  • Harbhajan Singh10-0-43-1
48.6
0
Khan to Williams, no run,
48.6
2nb
Khan to Bracken, (no ball) 1 run,
48.5
2
Khan to Bracken, 2 runs,
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