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Wednesday, December 4, 2019

David Warner 119 - Australia vs New Zealand 2nd ODI 2016 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - David Warner 119 - Australia vs New Zealand 2nd ODI 2016


Watch the highlights of David Warner 119 - Australia vs New Zealand 2nd ODI 2016 - Chappell-Hadlee Trophy - New Zealand tour of Australia 3-match one-day international series of the 2nd ODI match played between New Zealand and Australia at Canberra in 06th December 2016.

David Warner 119 - Australia vs New Zealand 2nd ODI 2016 Highlights
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David Warner, Mitchell Marsh stars as Australia crushing 116-runs victory over New Zealand and reclaim the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy.

* 378 : This was Australia's second highest total on home soil.

* 378 : This was highest total for Australia against New Zealand in ODIs.

Australia scored record total of 378-5 in 50 overs - This was Australia's third highest score, their highest total ever made against New Zealand and highest-score at Canberra in ODI's.

Australia top scorer by David Warner 119 - who blasted his 10th ODI hundred and sixth century in 2016's. Mitchell Marsh scored unbeaten 76-runs off 40-balls including 7-sixes and 2-fours with strike rate of 190, Steven Smith scored 72-runs and Travis Head - who scored 57 off 32 deliveries included 6-fours and 2-sixes.

New Zealand best bowler by Tim Southee picked up 2-wickets for 63-runs from 10-overs, Mitchell Santner, Colin de Grandhomme and Trent Boult each took one wickets.

New Zealand scored 262 for all-out in 47.2 overs with top scorer by Kane Williamson struck 81 off 80-balls including 5-fours and 2-sixes, James Neesham scored 74-runs included seven-fours and 2-sixes, Martin Guptill 45 and BJ Watling 17.

Australia best bowler by Pat Cummins claimed four-wicket haul for 41-runs from 10-overs, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc and James Faulkner each took 2-wickets.

David Warner named Player of the match for his spectacular batting display of scoring 119-runs off 115-balls including 14-fours and a six.

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