Australia vs South Africa ICC Cricket World Cup 2007


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Australia vs South Africa ICC World Cup Cricket Match 2007

Group A, Match 6, AUS vs SA: Australia clinch victory against South Africa

Australia Cricket team South Africa Cricket team Australia won the match against South Africa by 83 runs in an impressive fashion. The mighty Australians seemed to be back in their full flow as wickets after wickets tumbled and South Africa was given no opportunity to make a come back in the match. Proteas looked unnerved and fumbled to the huge target of 378 runs.
South Africa attained the 200 run mark in 29.2 overs. They achieved it with an effort from Graeme Smith, AB de Villliers. Graeme Smith was retired hurt and was sent back to the pavilion. South Africa began their chase of 377 runs in style by smashing the Australian pace bowlers all over the park. The Proteas reached their hundred in the thirteenth over of their innings with AB de Villers doing the maximum scoring.
Earlier, World Cup's fastest ever hundred by Matthew Hayden and aggressive half-centuries by Ricky Ponting and Michael Clarke propelled Australia to a massive 377 for six against South Africa in the Group 'A' encounter here today. Hayden led the Australian run-fest with a 68-ball 101 while Ponting (91) and Clarke (92) capitalised on the platform provided by the Queenslander to end the innings with a flourish at Warner Park. The Australian total was the third highest in World Cup matches, after India's 413-5 against Bermuda earlier in the tournament and Sri Lanka's 398-5 against Kenya in 1996. Australia team: A C Gilchrist, M L Hayden, R T Ponting, M J Clarke, A Symonds, M E K Hussey, S R Watson, G B Hogg, N W Bracken, S W Tait, G D McGrath
South Africa team: G C Smith, A B de Villiers, J H Kallis, H H Gibbs, A G Prince, J M Kemp, M V Boucher, S M Pollock, A J Hall, C K Langeveldt, M Ntini
Group A, Match 6, St Kitts: Australia 377 for 6 (50.0 overs) beat South Africa 294 all out (48.0 overs) by 83 runs

Group A, Match 6, AUS vs SA: Australia take on South Africa in the clash of titans

Australia Cricket team South Africa Cricket team Some of the biggest hitters in the World Cup will take aim at the short Warner Park boundaries on Saturday in the final Group A match between Australia and South Africa.
The ground has already assumed a special place in cricket history after South Africa's Herschelle Gibbs struck six sixes in an over against the Netherlands. In the last encounter between the world champions and the current world number one side, South Africa scored 438 for nine in Johannesburg to win a one-day series 3-2 after Australia had reached 434 for four. Australia team (from): Matthew Hayden, Adam Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting (Captain), Micheal Clarke, Mike Hussey, Andrew Symonds (Brad Hodge), Shane Watson, Brad Hogg, Nathan Bracken, Shaun Tait, Glenn McGrath.
South Africa team (from): A B de Villiers, Graeme Smith (Captain), Jacques Kallis, Herschelle Gibbs, Ashwell Prince, Mark Boucher, Justin Kemp, Shaun Pollock, Andrew Hall, Charl Langeveldt, Andrew Nel.

Australia vs South Africa Scoreboard - ICC Cricket World Cup 2007

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Australia beat South Africa by 83 runs
South Africa won the toss and decided to field
377 for 6 (50.0 overs)
294 all out (48.0 overs)

Australia Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
A C Gilchrist c H H Gibbs b C K Langeveldt
42
42 6 1
M L Hayden c H H Gibbs b J H Kallis
101
68 14 4
R T Ponting c A B de Villiers b M Ntini
91
91 8 2
M J Clarke run out
 
92
75 7 4
A Symonds
 
b A J Hall
18
13 2 0
M E K Hussey c J H Kallis b A J Hall
5
3 1 0
S R Watson not out
 
14
9 2 0
Extras
 
1nb 9w 4lb 14
 
Total
 
for 6 377 (50.0 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
S M Pollock 10.0 0 83 0
M Ntini 9.0 0 68 1
C K Langeveldt 10.0 0 82 1
A J Hall 10.0 0 60 2
G C Smith 2.0 0 14 0
J H Kallis 9.0 0 66 1
Fall of wicket
 
106 A C Gilchrist
167 M L Hayden
328 R T Ponting
347 M J Clarke
353 M E K Hussey
377 A Symonds

South Africa Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
A B de Villiers run out
 
92
70 14 2
G C Smith c A C Gilchrist b G B Hogg
74
70 9 2
J H Kallis c M J Clarke b G B Hogg
48
63 5 0
H H Gibbs st A C Gilchrist b G B Hogg
17
19 1 1
A G Prince c M L Hayden b G D McGrath
1
3 0 0
M V Boucher
 
b S W Tait
22
26 1 1
J M Kemp lbw b S W Tait
1
6 0 0
S M Pollock
 
b S R Watson
7
7 1 0
A J Hall not out
 
8
12 0 0
C K Langeveldt
 
b N W Bracken
0
6 0 0
M Ntini
 
b N W Bracken
7
8 1 0
Extras
 
1nb 11w 5pen 17
 
Total
 
all out 294 (48.0 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
N W Bracken 9.0 0 40 2
S W Tait 10.0 0 61 2
G D McGrath 9.0 0 62 1
S R Watson 8.0 1 46 1
G B Hogg 10.0 0 61 3
A Symonds 2.0 0 19 0
Fall of wicket
 
160 A B de Villiers
220 H H Gibbs
223 A G Prince
256 M V Boucher
264 J M Kemp
267 G C Smith
277 J H Kallis
279 S M Pollock
280 C K Langeveldt
294 M Ntini

Umpires: M R Benson, B F Bowden
Australia: A C Gilchrist, M L Hayden, R T Ponting, M J Clarke, A Symonds, M E K Hussey, S R Watson, G B Hogg, N W Bracken, S W Tait, G D McGrath
South Africa: G C Smith, A B de Villiers, J H Kallis, H H Gibbs, A G Prince, J M Kemp, M V Boucher, S M Pollock, A J Hall, C K Langeveldt, M Ntini



Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.