Rachin Ravindra’s century is in vain as Australia defeats New Zealand by 5 runs in a thrilling match.
World Cup 2023: Australia defeated New Zealand by 5 runs in a thrilling match of the ICC Cricket World Cup.Following defeats in the first two matches, this was Australia’s fourth consecutive victory.New Zealand suffered its second defeat in six matches.
New Zealand vs. Australia Scoreboard for the World Cup 2023:Australia defeated New Zealand by 5 runs in an exciting ICC Cricket World Cup match.New Zealand had a target of 389 runs in this match played in Dharamshala on October 28 (Saturday), but could only score 382 runs for nine wickets.This was Australia’s fourth consecutive victory in the current World Cup.New Zealand suffered its second defeat in six matches.
To win, New Zealand needed to score 19 runs in the final over of the game.Trent Boult scored on Mitchell Starc’s first ball.On the other hand, Mitchell Starc gave up five runs (four wides) on the second ball.That meant New Zealand now needed to score 13 runs in five balls.On the next three balls, Neesham could score 2-2 runs.New Zealand needed seven runs from two balls to win from here.The Kiwi team’s hopes were dashed when Neesham was run out on the fifth ball while attempting to score two runs.To win, New Zealand needed to score six runs on the final ball, but Lockie Ferguson failed to do so.
An all-time classic in Dharamsala 😲
✅ Most runs ever in a CWC match!
✅ Another century for Ravindra!
✅ Head hits terrific ton on return!
— ICC (@ICC) October 28, 2023
Jimmy Neesham hit six fours and three sixes to score 58 runs in 39 balls.For New Zealand, Rachin Ravindra scored the most runs.Ravindra scored 116 runs in 89 balls, hitting nine fours and five sixes.Daryl Mitchell, on the other hand, scored 54 runs in 51 balls, including six fours and one six.Adam Zampa took three wickets for Australia, while Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood each took two.This game saw 771 runs scored.For the first time in World Cup history, so many runs were scored.
New Zealand’s wickets fell as follows: (383/9, 50 overs)
Devon Conway (28) dismisses Josh Hazlewood for 61 runs.
Will Young (32) out Josh Hazlewood for the second wicket, 72/2.
Daryl Mitchell (54) dismisses Adam Zampa, bringing the total to 168/3.
Fourth wicket: Tom Latham (21) dismisses Adam Zampa for 222/4.
Glenn Phillips (12) out, Glenn Maxwell out, 265/5.
Rachin Ravindra (116), out Pat Cummins, 293/6
Mitchell Santner (17) dismisses Adam Zampa for 320/7.
Matt Henry (9) dismissed Pat Cummins for 346/8.
Jimmy Neesh (58) runs out Labuschagne/Inglis, 383/9.
Highest boundary count in a World Cup match
105- South Africa vs Sri Lanka, Delhi, 2023
97- Australia vs New Zealand, Dharamsala, 2023
93- New Zealand vs West Indies, Wellington, 2015
89- Australia vs South Africa, Basseterre, 2007
88- Australia vs Pakistan, Bengaluru, 2023
Highest total for a losing team in a World Cup match
383/9- New Zealand vs Australia, Dharamsala, 2023
344/9- Sri Lanka vs Pakistan, Hyderabad, 2023
334/9- England vs Pakistan, Nottingham, 2019
333/8- Bangladesh vs Australia , Nottingham, 2019
327/8- England vs Ireland, Bengaluru, 2011
Most sixes in a World Cup match
33- England vs Afghanistan, Manchester, 2019
32- Australia vs New Zealand, Dharamsala, 2023
31- New Zealand vs West Indies, Wellington, 2015
31- South Africa vs SL, Delhi, 2023
25- Australia vs Pakistan, Bengaluru, 2023
Highest score in the second innings in ODI
438/9 – South Africa vs Australia, Johannesburg, 2006 (win)
411/8 – Sri Lanka vs India, Rajkot, 2009 (loss)
389 – West Indies vs England, St George’s, 2019 (loss)
383 /9- New Zealand vs Australia, Dharamsala, 2023 (defeat)
374 /9- Netherlands vs West Indies, Harare, 2023 (tie)
The Australian team, who batted first, were all out for 388 runs (49.2 overs).At one point, it appeared that Australia would set a lofty goal.In this match, New Zealand took numerous catches of Australian batsmen.Travis Head and David Warner, who were making their comeback for Australia in this match, were dressed in a different color.With their batting, they both set numerous records.Australia took both first wickets and put on a fantastic 175-run partnership in 19.1 overs.
The Kangaroos lost five wickets in 100 runs, however, after Glenn Phillips caught and bowled David Warner (81). Glenn Phillips took three wickets in quick succession.In addition to Warner, Travis Head (109), who scored a century in 59 balls, was clean bowled by Phillips.Following this, the Kangaroo team suffered setback after setback.
Before Boult caught Steve Smith (18) on Phillips’ ball, he had scored a run. Marnus Labuschagne was also caught in Santner’s spin and scored 18 runs.Australia’s score after Labuschagne was removed was 274/5.Finally, Glenn Maxwell, wicketkeeper Josh Inglis, and captain Pat Cummins batted brilliantly.Maxwell hit 41 runs in 24 balls, English hit 38 runs in 28 balls, and Cummins hit 37 runs in 14 balls.
Trett Boult and Glenn Phillips each took three wickets for New Zealand.Mitchell Santner had two wins, while Matt Henry and James Neesham each had one.
Travis Head announced himself at #CWC23 in style 🙌
— ICC (@ICC) October 28, 2023
Many changes occurred in both teams.
Travis Head returned to the Australian team for this match.Marcus Stoinis was ruled out of the game due to injury.Cameron Green was also left off the team.Mark Chapman of New Zealand did not play in this match due to a calf injury.In his place, James Neesham was added to the team.
Australia’s wickets fell in this manner.
David Warner (81) bowled Glenn Phillips (1-175) for the first wicket.
Travis Head (109) dismisses Glenn Phillips (2-200).
Steve Smith (18) out Glenn Phillips (3-228) for the third wicket
Mitchell Marsh (36) dismisses Mitchell Santner (4-264).
Marnus Labuschagne (18) dismisses Mitchell Santner (5-274).
Glenn Maxwell (41) dismisses James Neesham (6-325).
Josh English (38) dismisses Trent Boult (7-387) for the seventh wicket.
Pat Cummins (37) dismisses Trent Boult (8-388) for the eighth wicket.
Adam Zampa (0) dismisses Trent Boult (9) -388)
Mitchell Starc (1), out Matt Henry (10-388) for the tenth wicket
Highest run-rate for a more-than-150-run opening partnership in ODIs 9.13 – 175 (115) – David Warner and Travis Head (Australia) vs. New Zealand, Dharamsala, 2023 9.08 – 159(105) – Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy (England) vs PAK, Bristol, 2019. 9.08 – 165*(109) – Brendon McCullum and Jesse Ryder (New Zealand) vs England, Hamilton, 2008. 8.55 – 201*(141) – Virender Sehwag & Gautam Gambhir (India) vs New Zealand, Hamilton, 2009.
Australia’s fastest ODI century (in terms of balls)
Glenn Maxwell vs. Netherlands, 2023 World Cup, Delhi
Glenn Maxwell, 51, vs. Sri Lanka, World Cup 2015, Sydney
James Faulkner vs. India, Bengaluru, 57. 2013
Travis Head vs. New Zealand, 2023 World Cup, Dharamshala
Australia’s fastest fifties in the World Cup (on balls)
Glenn Maxwell vs. Afghanistan, 21 March 2015, Perth
Travis Head vs. New Zealand, Dharamshala, October 28, 2023
Alex Carey vs. India, The Oval, April 25, 2019
Glenn Maxwell vs. Sri Lanka, November 26, 2015
27 – Glenn Maxwell vs. Netherlands, 2023, Delhi
Team’s highest score in a World Cup match after the first five overs 71/0 – New Zealand vs South Africa, Auckland, 2015 Semifinal 67/0 – New Zealand vs England, Wellington, 2015
Australia vs. New Zealand, Dharamsala, 2023, 60/0
Cane vs. Australia, 54/1, Bengaluru, 2011.
Sri Lanka vs England, Leeds, 2006 119/1 – West Indies vs Caen, Centurion, 2003 World Cup 118/0 – Australia vs New Zealand, Dharamsala, 2023 World Cup 118/0 – New Zealand vs. Sri Lanka, Christchurch, 2015 World Cup 116/2 – New Zealand vs. England, Wellington, 2015
Most non-wicketkeeper catches for Australia in a World Cup match
3- Hobart, 1992, Allan Border vs. Zimbabwe
3- Ricky Ponting vs. Bangladesh, 1999, Chester-le-Street
3- Aaron Finch vs. Pakistan, 2015, Adelaide
3- Mitchell Starc vs. New Zealand, 2023, Dharamshala
Most runs scored in an ODI match: 872- South Africa vs. Australia, Johannesburg, 2006; 825- India vs. Sri Lanka, Rajkot, 2006. West Indies vs. England, St George’s, 2009 807 2019 771- Australia vs. New Zealand in Dharamsala in 2023 764- Netherlands vs. England in Amstelveen in 2022
Most expensive bowling for Australia in a World Cup match 0/89(9) vs New Zealand, Dharamsala, 2023 1/74(10) vs India, The Oval, 2019
3/74(10)- Adam Zampa vs. New Zealand, 2023 1/72 (12) – Ashley Mallett vs. Sri Lanka, The Oval, 1975
Travis Head, David Warner, Mitchell Marsh, Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Josh Inglis (wk), Glenn Maxwell, Pat Cummins (c), Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, and Josh Hazlewood make up Australia’s playing XI.
Devon Conway, Will Young, Rachin Ravindra, Daryl Mitchell, Tom Latham (captain and wicketkeeper), Glenn Phillips, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult make up New Zealand’s playing XI.