Dekh Pakistan
Pakistan vs Australia - PSO Tri-Nation Tournament 2002
Pakistan innings:117 (all out, 32.3 overs)
Australia innings:121 (1 wicket, 19.1 overs)
Australia won by 9 wickets

Match Information

Title
PSO Tri -Nation Tournament 2002
Venue
Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi on 4th September 2002 (50 -over match)
Balls Per Over
6
Toss
Pakistan won the toss and decided to bat
Result
Australia won by 9 wickets
Points
Australia 5 (Bonus 1); Pakistan 0
Umpires
Aleem Dar, RE Koertzen
TV Umpire
Asad Rauf
Referee
MJ Procter
Man Of The Match
B Lee

Batting

Name RunsBallsMins4s6sDotsS-Rate
Saeed Anwar c Warne b Lee 2239503 -
Imran Nazir c Martyn b Gillespie 723211 -
Shoaib Malik c Ponting b McGrath 11415 - -
Younis Khan c Gilchrist b McGrath 042 - -
Misbah -ul -Haq c Gilchrist b Gillespie 39508542
Azhar Mahmood c Ponting b Lee 4891 -
Abdul Razzaq b Warne 075 - -
Shahid Afridi c Ponting b Lee 013 - -
+Rashid Latif c Martyn b Lee 1216162 -
*Waqar Younis b McGrath 23344221
Shoaib Akhtar not out 226 - -
Extra(s) 7 (2 lb, 3 nb, 2 w)
Total 117 (all out, 32.3 overs)
Fall of Wickets

Bowling

NameOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
McGrath7.3215322.00
Gillespie81332 -4.12
Lee8324 -4.00
Warne92351 -3.89

Batting

Name RunsBallsMins4s6sDotsS-Rate
+AC Gilchrist b Waqar Younis 15143 -
ML Hayden not out 59489 -
*RT Ponting retired hurt 21244321
DR Martyn not out 20294 -
SR Watson did not bat
MG Bevan did not bat
JP Maher did not bat
B Lee did not bat
JN Gillespie did not bat
SK Warne did not bat
GD McGrath did not bat
Extra(s) 6 (6 w)
Total 121 (1 wicket, 19.1 overs)
Fall of Wickets > 1 -32 (Gilchrist, 3.2 ov)

Bowling

NameOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
Shoaib Akhtar1.41126.60
Waqar Younis426136.50
Abdul Razzaq7.2246 -6.27
Azhar Mahmood5.132 -6.19
Shahid Afridi1616.00
Misbah -ul -Haq passed 1000 runs in List A matches when he reached 26
ML Hayden 50 in 41 balls with 78 fours
B Lee reached 100 wickets in List A matches when he dismissed Shahid Afridi, his 3rd wicket in the Pakistan innings
RT Ponting retired hurt in the Australia innings having scored 21 (team score 84/1)
Hours of play: 9.30am - 1.00pm, 1.45pm - 5.15pm