New Zealand vs Canada ICC Cricket World Cup 2007


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New Zealand vs Canada ICC World Cup Cricket Match 2007

Group C, Match 5, NZ vs CAN: Fastest 50 record for McCullum as Kiwis win

New Zealand Cricket team Canada Cricket team Wicket-keeper Brendon McCullum smashed the fastest ever World Cup fifty off just 20 balls as New Zealand beat Canada by 114 runs.
Lou Vincent made up for the two ducks he had scored in his first two matches by smashing a century as New Zealand hit 363-5 in their 50 overs. He got off the mark with a six off Cummins. Canada were all out for 249 in the final over but gave a good account of themselves as they bowed out. Opener captain John Davison gave them hope hitting a 23-ball fifty. New Zealand Team: L Vincent, S Fleming (c), P Fulton, S Styris, C McMillan, J Oram, B McCullum (Wicket Keeper), D Vettori, D Tuffey, J Patel, M Mason
Canada Team: J Davison (c), G Barnett, A Bagai (Wicket Keeper), I Billcliff, A Samad, A Mulla, S Dhaniram, U Bhatti, A Cummins, H Osinde, K Sandher
Group C, Match 5, St Lucia: New Zealand 363-5 beat Canada 249-9 by 114 runs

New Zealand vs Canada Scoreboard - ICC Cricket World Cup 2007

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New Zealand beat Canada by 114 runs
Canada won the toss and decided to field
363 for 5 (50.0 overs)
249 for 9 (49.2 overs)

New Zealand Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
L Vincent c and b J M Davison
101
117 9 1
S P Fleming c I S Billcliff b K T Sandher
66
67 8 1
P G Fulton lbw b K T Sandher
47
47 4 1
S B Styris c A Bagai b A M Samad
28
17 6 0
C D McMillan c A M Samad b J M Davison
10
6 1 0
J D P Oram not out
 
35
27 0 3
B B McCullum not out
 
52
21 1 5
Extras
 
1nb 17w 1b 5lb 24
 
Total
 
for 5 363 (50.0 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
A C Cummins 10.0 1 59 0
U Bhatti 5.3 1 25 0
A M Samad 2.3 0 31 1
H Osinde 4.0 0 45 0
K T Sandher 10.0 0 58 2
J M Davison 10.0 0 67 2
S Dhaniram 8.0 0 72 0
Fall of wicket
 
142 S P Fleming
222 P G Fulton
253 S B Styris
266 C D McMillan
278 L Vincent

Canada Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
J M Davison c and b M J Mason
52
31 9 1
G E F Barnett c B B McCullum b D L Vettori
40
72 5 0
A Bagai
 
b D L Vettori
37
64 3 0
I S Billcliff
 
b S B Styris
50
56 4 0
A M Samad run out
 
9
17 1 0
A A Mulla lbw b D L Vettori
0
2 0 0
S Dhaniram retd hurt
 
17
19 1 1
U Bhatti
 
b J S Patel
10
28 1 0
A C Cummins not out
 
9
8 1 0
K T Sandher
 
b J S Patel
2
6 0 0
H Osinde
 
b J S Patel
0
1 0 0
Extras
 
9nb 5w 4b 5lb 23
 
Total
 
for 9 249 (49.2 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
D R Tuffey 6.0 0 40 0
M J Mason 8.0 0 60 1
J D P Oram 7.0 1 16 0
J S Patel 9.2 0 25 3
D L Vettori 10.0 0 57 3
S B Styris 6.0 0 21 1
C D McMillan 3.0 0 21 0
Fall of wicket
 
76 J M Davison
110 G E F Barnett
188 A Bagai
201 I S Billcliff
206 A A Mulla
207 A M Samad
245 U Bhatti
249 K T Sandher
249 H Osinde

Umpires: Asad Rauf, B R Doctrove
Canada: J M Davison, G E F Barnett, A Bagai, I S Billcliff, A A Mulla, A M Samad, S Dhaniram, U Bhatti, A C Cummins, H Osinde, K T Sandher
New Zealand: S P Fleming, L Vincent, S B Styris, P G Fulton, J D P Oram, C D McMillan, B B McCullum, D L Vettori, D R Tuffey, J S Patel, M J Mason



Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.