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Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Australia vs South Africa 5th ODI 2006 - First Ever 400 Plus Total and Run Chase Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Australia vs South Africa 5th ODI 2006 - First Ever 400 Plus Total and Run Chase


Watch the highlights of Australia vs South Africa 5th ODI 2006 - First Ever 400 Plus Total and Run Chase - Australia tour of South Africa 5-match one day international series 5th ODI cricket match played between Australia vs South Africa at Johannesburg in 2006.

Graeme Smith, Herchell Gibbs gives South Africa's historic 1-wicket victory over Australia, Despite Ricky Ponting masterclass 164 in the first ever high-scoring match in cricket history.

20 years ago in 1999 world cup Semi-final - South Africa vs Australia very thriller tied match ever in world cup history.

South Africa and Australia both total of 426 runs in an match, twenty wickets in the day and world-class performances across the board.

A match that built to a breathtaking finale in which South Africa threw away their place in the World Cup final with what also came to be regarded as the definitive one-day choke.


In 12th March 2006, Australia had set up a world-record 434 for 4 in a single innings in 50 overs. - The first ever 400 plus total and first ever 400 plus run chase in cricket history.

Australia Skipper Ricky Ponting leading the line with an innings of cultured slogging that realised 164 runs of the highest masterclass from just 105 deliveries.

And yet they still lost - by one wicket, with one ball to spare, and with the Wanderers stadium crowd cheers and enjoying the match winning.

South Africa's skipper Graeme Smith scored a Scintillating 90, He played a aggressive innings in this match, Herschell Gibbs played match winning knock 175 off 111 deliveries including 22 glorious fours and 7 magnificent sixes.

After Herschell Gibbs exit, Mark Boucher brilliant half century helped to South Africa beat Australia by 1 wicket and 1 ball remaining, this is both happen first ever 400 plus total and first ever 400 plus run chase in one-day international cricket history.