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Nathan Bracken 5-47 - Australia vs Sri Lanka 3rd Match CB Tri-Series 2008 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Nathan Bracken 5-47 - Australia vs Sri Lanka 3rd Match CB Tri-Series 2008


Watch the highlights of Nathan Bracken 5-47 - Australia vs Sri Lanka 3rd Match CB Tri-Series 2008 - Commonwealth Bank triangular one-day international series of the 3rd ODI match played between Sri Lanka and Australia at Sydney in 08th February 2008.

Nathan Bracken 5-47 - Australia vs Sri Lanka 3rd Match CB Tri-Series 2008 Highlights
Nathan Bracken and Michael Hussey celebrate Tillakaratne Dilshan's wicket © Getty Images

Half-centuries from Michael Clarke and Adam Gilchrist before Nathan Bracken's five-for helped to Australia comprehensive 128-run victory over Sri Lanka in the one-sided game of the third match of a CB Tri-series.

* Australia's 128-run win was their fourth largest victory by terms of runs against Sri Lanka in One-day internationals.

* Sri Lanka's 125 was their second lowest score against Australia in One-day internationals.

* Nathan Bracken's 5 for 47 was his best bowling performance for Australia in One-day international and the seventh best bowling figures by an Australian bowler against Sri Lanka in ODIs.

Australia scored decent total of 253-6 in 50 overs with top scorer by Michael Clarke cracked a unbeaten 77 off 86-balls including 2-fours & a six.

Adam Gilchrist scored 61 off 81-balls including 3-fours & a six, Matthew Hayden hit 42 off 50-balls included 5-fours ane James Hopes cracked a 34 off 29-balls including 2-fours with strike rate of 117.24.

Sri Lanka best bowler by Chaminda Vaas, Ishara Amerasinghe both took 2-wickets and one for Chamara Kapugedera - Lasith Malinga.

Sri Lanka scored 125 for all-out in 31.3 overs with top scorer by Kumar Sangakkara struck 42 off 41-balls including 7-fours, Chaminda Vaas 18 and Tillakaratne Dilshan 14.

Australia best bowler by Nathan Bracken 5-47, Mitchell Johnson, Brad Hogg and Brett Lee each took one-wickets.

Nathan Bracken named Player of the match for his pace bowling attack to claimed a career-best 5-wicket haul for 47-runs in 8.3 overs.


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