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Kiwi’s edges over kangaroo’s: New Zealand vs Australia scorecard

New Zealand beat Australia by 1 wicket
Cricket world cup 2015, New Zealand beat Australia by 1 wicket in the close match in which New Zealand almost came close to loss the match. Kane Williamson’s six ensured the New Zealand victory over Australia. Chasing the low total of 151 runs New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum made a blistering start to the innings and made 50 runs in just 24 balls. After that no batsmen were at the crease at the long time and New Zealand lost 3 wickets in gap of 1 run. 5th down batsmen Corey Anderson(26 runs) and Kane Williamson(45 from 42 balls) scored 52 run partnership and build the innings but lost wickets again and New Zealand was 145/9 at one position .Kane Williamson 6 of Pat Cummins helped New Zealand to defeat Australia in low scoring game. Mitchell Starc took 6/26. Earlier Australia scored 151 runs with Brad Haddin as top scorer. 5 wicket haul bowler Trent Boult was awarded man of the match

Australia batting

Batsmen out info runs balls
 Aaron Finch  bw tim Southee  14  7
 David Warner  Lbw Southee  34  42
 Shane Watson  ct Southee b Vettori   23  30
 Michael Clarke  ct Williamson b T bout  12  18
 Steve Smith  ct Ronchi b Vettori   4  11
 Glenn Maxwell  bw T Boult   1   3
 Mitchell Marsh   bw T Boult   0   2
 Brad Haddin   batting   43   41
 Mitchell Johnson  ct Williamson b T Boult   1   7
 Mitchell Starc  bw T Boult   0   3
 Pat Cummins   batting   7   28

New Zealand Batting

Batsmen out info runs  balls
 Martin Guptill  ct Pat Cummins b  Starc  11  14
 Brendon McCullum  ct M Starc b Cummins  50  24
 Kane Willianson  batting  45  42
 Ross Taylor  bw M Starc  1  2
 Grant Elliott  bw M Starc  0  1
 Corey Anderson  ct  Cummins b G Maxwell  26  42
 Luke Ronchi  ct Haddin b M Starc   6  7
 Daniel Vettori  ct Warner b Pat Cummins   2  3
 Adam Milne  bw Starc   0  2
 Tim Southee  bw Starc   0  1
 Trent Boult  batting   0  2
 Total  152/9  23.1 


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