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New Zealand vs Netherlands 4th Match Wills World Cup 1996 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - New Zealand vs Netherlands 4th Match Wills World Cup 1996


Watch the highlights of New Zealand vs Netherlands 4th Match Wills World Cup 1996 - 1996 Wills World Cup tournament of the 4th ODI match played between Netherlands and New Zealand at Reliance Stadium, Vadodara in 17th February 1996.

Half-centuries from Craig Spearman, Stephen Fleming, Adam Parore and Chris Cairns sets up to New Zealand comprehensive 119-run victory over Debutant Netherlands in a one-sided game of fourth match of a Wills World Cup.

* This was 1st ever ODI for the Netherlands

* This was 1st ever ODI at the IPCL (Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd) Sports Complex at Vadodara.

* 119-run win was their fourth largest victory by terms of runs in One-day international and It is their second biggest victory in World Cups.

* This is the first instance of New Zealand's four batsmen were scores of fifty or more runs in their innings in One-day internationals. It was the seventh time four batsmen had made fifty or more in ODIs and overall fourth time in World Cups.

New Zealand scored massive total of 307-8 in 50 overs with top scorer by Craig Spearman 68, Stephen Fleming struck 66 off 79-balls including four boundaries.

Adam Parore scored a run-a-ball 55-runs including 3-sixes, Chris Cairns hammered a 52 off 37-balls included four-fours & 2-sixes with strike rate of 140.54 and Roger Twose 25.

Netherlands best bowler by Steven Lubbers picked up 3-wickets, Paul-Jan Bakker took 2-wicket and one for Peter Cantrell - Flavian Aponso.

Netherlands scored 188-7 in 50 overs with top scorer by Peter Cantrell cracked a 45 off consuming 86-balls including 5-fours.

Roland Lefebvre scored 45 off 64-balls including 3-fours and  Klaas-Jan van Noortwijk cracked a unbeaten 36 off 54-balls included three-fours

New Zealand best bowler by Chris Harris picked up 3-wickets for 24-runs in 10-overs including a maiden, Robert Kennedy took 2-wickets and one for Stephen Fleming - who took his first ODI wicket.

Craig Spearman named Player of the match for his spectacular batting display of scoring a 68-runs knocked off facing 59-balls including 8-fours.