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Tuesday, March 17, 2020

India vs Australia 7th ODI 2007 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - India vs Australia 7th ODI 2007


Watch the highlights of India vs Australia 7th ODI 2007 - Australia tour of India 7-match one day international series of the 7th ODI match played between Australia and India at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai in 17th October 2007. 

India vs Australia 7th ODI 2007 Highlights
Murali Kartik and Zaheer Khan celebrates afte winning the match © BCCI

Murali Kartik's record six-wicket haul before An unbeaten 52-run stand for the ninth-wicket between Zaheer Khan and Murali Kartik helped India steal to an unlikely famous two-wicket victory over Australia and reduce the margin of defeat in the series to 4-2 in the low-scoring thriller of the seventh ODI.

* Murali Kartik's 6 for 27 was the third best bowling figures for India in One-day international and India's best figures against Australia in ODIs.

* Murali Kartik's 6 for 27 was the best bowling figures by a left-arm spinner in One-day international cricket history, surpassing the previous record of 6 for 29 held by Sanath Jayasuriya against England at Moratuwa in 1993.

Australia scored 193 for all-out in 41.3 overs with top scorer by Ricky Ponting struck 57 off 78-balls including nine boundaries, Mitchell Johnson 24, James Hopes 22, Adam Gilchrist and Brad Haddin both scored 19-runs.

India best bowler by Murali Kartik claims 6-27, RP Singh took two-wickets and one for Zaheer Khan - Irfan Pathan.

India chased 195-8 in 46-overs with top scorer by Robin Uthappa 47 - who fell three-run short of his half-century including four-fours and two-sixes.

Zaheer Khan scored a unbeaten 31 off 43-balls included 3-fours & a six, Sachin Tendulkar and Murali Karthik both scored 21-runs.

Australia best bowler by Mitchell Johnson picked up 3-wickets, Nathan Bracken took two-wickets, Michael Clarke, James Hopes and Brett Lee each took one-wickets.

Murali Kartik named Player of the match for his excellent spin bowling performance to claimed a career-best 6-wicket haul for 27-runs in 10-overs including three maidens.

Andrew Symonds earned player of the series for his sensational batting display of scoring 365-runs with average of 73.

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