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Friday, February 28, 2020

Mark Waugh 126 - India vs Australia 19th Match Wills World Cup 1996 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Mark Waugh 126 - India vs Australia 19th Match Wills World Cup 1996


Watch the highlights of Mark Waugh 126 - 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.

Another Mark Waugh 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