India vs Australia 19th Match Wills World Cup 1996 Highlights

Watch the highlights of India vs Australia 19th Match Wills World Cup 1996 - 1996 Wills World Cup tournament of the 19th ODI match played between Australia and India at Mumbai in 27th February 1996.

India vs Australia 19th Match Wills World Cup 1996 Highlights
Mark Waugh celebrates his century © ICC / Star Sports

Another Mark Waugh's century power to Australia narrow 16-run victory over India, despite a fighting knock from Sachin Tendulkar's sparkling 90 in the World Cup Group A match.

* Mark Waugh became the first batsman in World Cup history to score two-centuries in a row.

* Mark Waugh 126 was highest score by Australia against India, 7th highest in ODIs for Australia (Mark Waugh has 3 of the top 7), 1st player to score consecutive 100s in the World Cup, highest ever score in Bombay.

* Australia lost its last 4 wickets in the 50th over.

* Glenn McGrath first 3 overs were all maidens (remaining 5 overs conceded 48 runs at 9.6 RPO).

* This was Australia's 1st ODI win against India since the 1992 World Cup (India have won 3 in the meantime), Australia's 1st match in India since 1989, and their 1st win against India in India since the 1987 World Cup.

Australia scored decent total of 258 for all-out in 50 overs with top scorer by Mark Waugh 126 - which was his 7th ODI hundred and his second century in the World Cup match.

Mark Taylor struck 59 off 73-balls Including 8-fours and a six, Stuart Law scored 21 and Ricky Ponting 12.

India best bowler by Venkatesh Prasad, Venkatapathy Raju both took two-wickets and one for Anil Kumble.

India scored 242 for all-out in 48 overs with top scorer by Sachin Tendulkar 90 off 84-balls - who fell ten-run short of his century including 14-fours and a six, Sanjay Manjrekar cracked a 62 off 91-balls included seven boundaries, Nayan Mongia scored 27 and Anil Kumble 17.

Australia best bowler by Damien Fleming claimed 5-wicket haul for 36-runs in 9 overs, Steve Waugh picked up two-wickets, Shane Warne and Mark Waugh each took one-wickets.

Mark Waugh named Player of the match for his spectacular batting performance to scored 126-runs off facing 135-balls including 8-fours and 3-sixes.

Mark Waugh 126 Highlights



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