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Thursday, March 5, 2020

Mark Waugh 110 - Australia vs New Zealand 4th QF Wills World Cup 1996 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Mark Waugh 110 - Australia vs New Zealand 4th QF Wills World Cup 1996


Watch the highlights of Mark Waugh 110 - Australia vs New Zealand 4th QF Wills World Cup 1996 - 1996 Wills World Cup tournament of the 4th Quarter-final played between New Zealand and Australia at Chepauk, Chennai in 11th March 1996.

Majestic Mark Waugh century, Stunning half-century from Steve Waugh power to Australia record-breaking six-wicket victory over New Zealand, despite a brilliant century from Chris Harris and Australia enter into semis in the fourth Quarter-final of the World Cup.

* Lee Germon and Chris Harris set up the 168-stand - which was equal 3rd highest 4th wicket partnership by any country in ODIs, highest 4th wicket partnership in World Cup history, 3rd highest score for any wicket for New Zealand.

* 168 : This was record partnership for the 4th wicket for New Zealand in ODIs, highest ever for any wicket for New Zealand in World Cups.

* Chris Harris 130 runs was the 3rd highest score in all ODIs for New Zealand (highest score by  Glenn Turner 140 in 20/03/1983), highest score at Madras.

* 286 : This was highest score for New Zealand against Australia in ODIs.

* Mark Waugh became the first player to hit 3 100s in a single World Cup and equal highest number of hundreds in all World Cups (Ramiz Raja 3 (PAK) and Viv Richards 3 (WI).

* 289 This was highest ever score for Australia in the 2nd innings of an ODI (previous best was 280/4 (55 over match) vs England at Birmingham in 21/05/1993.

* 289 : This was Australia's highest successful run-chase in ODIs. (Previous record was 280 against England at Birmingham in 1993.

* 289 : This was 5th highest score for any team batting 2nd in ODIs.

New Zealand were 44-4 to scored 286-9 in 50 overs with top scorer by Chris Harris 130 off 124-balls - which was his maiden ODI hundred including 13-fours and 4-sixes, Lee Germon struck 89 off 96-balls included nine-fours and a six.

Australia best bowler by Glenn McGrath, Shane Warne both takes 2-wickets, Damien Fleming, Paul Reiffel, Mark Waugh and Michael Bevan each took one-wickets.

Australia chased their highest successful run-chase of 289-4 in 47.5 overs with top scorer by Mark Waugh 110 - which was his 8th ODI hundred and his third century in the World Cups.

Steve Waugh scored a unbeaten 59 off 68-balls including five boundaries, Stuart Law scored a unbeaten 42 off 30-balls included 3-fours and a six, Ricky Ponting scored 31 and Shane Warne 24.

New Zealand best bowler by Nathan Astle, Dion Nash, Dipak Patel and Shane Thomson each took one-wickets.

Mark Waugh named Player of the match for his match-winning 110-runs knocked off facing 112-balls including 6-fours and 2-sixes.

Mark Waugh 110 Highlights

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