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Monday, March 16, 2020

Mitchell Johnson 5-26 - India vs Australia 5th ODI 2007 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Mitchell Johnson 5-26 - India vs Australia 5th ODI 2007


Watch the highlights of Mitchell Johnson 5-26 India vs Australia 5th ODI 2007 - Australia tour of India 7-match one day international series of the 5th ODI match played between Australia and India at Vadodara in 11th October 2007.

Mitchell Johnson's five-for before Adam Gilchrist's 79* steers to Australia comfortable nine-wicket victory over India and took an unassailable 3-1 lead in the one-sided game of the fifth ODI.

* Australia's 9-wicket win was their joint second largest victory by terms of wickets remaining in One-day international and 5-times Australia had defeated India by nine-wickets in ODIs.

* Sachin Tendulkar becomes the second man to appearance in 400 ODIs, following in the footsteps of Sri Lankan Sanath Jayasuriya.

* Australia spoilt Sachin Tendulkar's 400th ODI celebrations with a thumping nine-wicket win at Vadodara.

* Mitchell Johnson's 5 for 26 was the third best bowling figures for Australia against India in One-day internationals and Australia's best figures in India, surpassing the previous best of 5 for 36 held by Damien Fleming against India at Mumbai in 1996.

India scored modest total of 148 for all-out in 39.4 overs with top scorer by Sachin Tendulkar 47 off 73-balls - who fell three-run short of his half-century - including nine boundaries, Zaheer Khan 28 and Irfan Pathan 26.

Australia best bowler by Mitchell Johnson 5-26, Brett Lee took two-wickets and one for Brad Hogg and Nathan Bracken.

Australia chased 149-1 in 25.5 overs with top scorer by Adam Gilchrist cracked a unbeaten 79 off 77-balls including 7-fours and 4-sixes.

Ricky Ponting scored a run-a-ball unbeaten 39-runs including five boundaries and Matthew Hayden hit 29 off 39-balls included 4-fours.

India best bowler by RP Singh took one wicket for 15-runs in 2-overs.

Mitchell Johnson named Player of the match for his pace bowling attack to claimed a career-best 5-wicket haul for 26-runs in 10-overs.