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Mitchell Johnson 4-33 - Australia vs New Zealand 8th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Mitchell Johnson 4-33 - Australia vs New Zealand 8th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011


Watch the highlights of Mitchell Johnson 4-33 - Australia vs New Zealand 8th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 - ICC Cricket World Cup tournament of the 8th ODI match played between New Zealand and Australia at Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Jamtha, Nagpur in 25th February 2011.

Mitchell Johnson celebrates after taking a wicket © Getty Images

Mitchell Johnson and Shaun Tait's combined 7-wickets before Half-centuries from Shane Watson and Brad Haddin helped to Australia comprehensive seven-wicket victory over New Zealand in a low-scoring game of the eighth match of a World Cup.

* Mitchell Johnson's 4 for 33 was his fifth best bowling performance for Australia in One-day international and the third best bowling figures by an Australian bowler against New Zealand in World Cups.

* 133 : Shane Watson and Brad Haddin set up the seventh highest first-wicket partnership for Australia against New Zealand in One-day internationals

New Zealand scored 206 for all-out in 45.1 overs with top scorer by Nathan McCullum cracked a 52 off 76-balls included 3-fours.

Daniel Vettori struck 44 off 43-balls including 5-fours, Jesse Ryder hit 25 off 31-balls included 6-fours, Jamie How 22 and Brendon McCullum 16.

Australia best bowler by Mitchell Johnson 4-33, Shaun Tait picked up 3-wickets for 35-runs in 7-overs, Shane Watson, Brett Lee and Steve Smith each took one-wickets.

Australia chased 207-3 in 34 overs with top scorer by Shane Watson scored a 62 off 61-balls including 6-fours & a six.

Brad Haddin struck 55 off 50-balls including 8-fours, Michael Clarke scored a unbeaten 24 off 37-balls included 4-fours and Cameron White 22 not out.

New Zealand best bowler by Hamish Bennett took 2-wickets and one for Tim Southee.

Mitchell Johnson named Player of the match for his pace bowling attack to claimed a 4-wickets for 33-runs in 9.1 overs.