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Pakistan vs Australia - National Westminster Bank Series 2001
Pakistan innings:257 (all out, 202 minutes, 49.5 overs)
Australia innings:258 (3 wickets, 190 minutes, 45.4 overs)
Australia won by 7 wickets

Match Information

Title
National Westminster Bank Series 2001
Venue
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff on 9th June 2001 (50 -over match)
Balls Per Over
6
Toss
Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat
Result
Australia won by 7 wickets
Points
Australia 2; Pakistan 0
Umpires
AGT Whitehead, P Willey
TV Umpire
R Julian
Referee
BF Hastings
Man Of The Match
RT Ponting

Batting

Name RunsBallsMins4s6sDotsS-Rate
Saeed Anwar c Warne b Harvey 3556785 -
Shahid Afridi c ME Waugh b Lee 119132 -
Abdur Razzaq st Gilchrist b Warne 92839 - -
Inzamam -ul -Haq st Gilchrist b Warne 021 - -
Yousuf Youhana not out 911031528 -
Younis Khan lbw b Harvey 1319122 -
Azhar Mahmood c Gilchrist b Warne 034 - -
+Rashid Latif run out (SR Waugh ->Lee) 66688061
*Waqar Younis c Warne b McGrath 1410132 -
Saqlain Mushtaq run out (SR Waugh ->McGrath) 236 - -
Shoaib Akhtar c ME Waugh b McGrath 122 - -
Extra(s) 15 (3 lb, 6 nb, 6 w)
Total 257 (all out, 202 minutes, 49.5 overs)
Fall of Wickets

Bowling

NameOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
McGrath9.52222 -2.24
Lee10185138.50
Harvey102392 -3.90
Warne1052325.20
Martyn421 -5.25
Symonds42315.75
Bevan212 -6.00

Batting

Name RunsBallsMins4s6sDotsS-Rate
ME Waugh c +Younis Khan b Abdur Razzaq 4751855 -
+AC Gilchrist b Shoaib Akhtar 1313163 -
RT Ponting c Abdur Razzaq b Saqlain Mushtaq 70689212 -
MG Bevan not out 56841073 -
*SR Waugh not out 5464805 -
DR Martyn did not bat
A Symonds did not bat
IJ Harvey did not bat
SK Warne did not bat
B Lee did not bat
GD McGrath did not bat
Extra(s) 18 (6 b, 3 lb, 6 nb, 3 w)
Total 258 (3 wickets, 190 minutes, 45.4 overs)
Fall of Wickets

Bowling

NameOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
Waqar Younis741 -5.86
Shoaib Akhtar5411 -8.20
Azhar Mahmood837 -4.62
Abdur Razzaq9421 -4.67
Saqlain Mushtaq8.4451 -5.19
Shahid Afridi84315.38
Yousuf Youhana 50 in 71 balls with 3 fours
Rashid Latif 50 in 60 balls with 5 fours
Rashid Latif passed his previous highest score of 50 in ODI matches
RT Ponting 50 in 49 balls with 9 fours
MG Bevan 50 in 81 balls with 2 fours
MG Bevan passed 11500 runs in List A matches when he reached 18
SR Waugh 50 in 57 balls with 5 fours
A Symonds made his debut in England in ODI matches
IJ Harvey made his debut in England in ODI matches
B Lee made his debut in England in List A matches
B Lee made his debut in England in ODI matches