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Friday, March 6, 2020

Shane Warne 4-36 - Australia vs West Indies 2nd Semi-final Wills World Cup 1996 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Shane Warne 4-36 - Australia vs West Indies 2nd Semi-final Wills World Cup 1996


Watch the highlights of Shane Warne 4-36 - Australia vs West Indies 2nd Semi-final Wills World Cup 1996 - 1996 Wills World Cup tournament of the 2nd SF played between West Indies and Australia at Mohali in 14th March 1996.

Shane Warne's four-wicket haul after a stunning half-centuries from Stuart Law and Michael Bevan guided Australia thrilling 5-run victory over West Indies, despite a fighting knock from skipper Richie Richardson 49* in the World Cup 2nd SF match

* Australia faced to finals against co-host Sri Lanka in the World Cup.

* Shane Warne took a Courtney Browne wicket with his first ball.

* Richie Richardson struck umpire BC Cooray in the head with a sweep to square leg.

* Keith Arthurton 2 runs from 5 dismissals in the 1996 World Cup.

* West Indies lost their last 8 wickets for 37 runs.

* 1st time West Indies have lost a World Cup semi final.

* Richie Richardson - who played his last ODI.

Australia scored 207-8 in 50 overs with top scorer by Stuart Law struck 72 off 105-balls including five boundaries, Michael Bevan cracked a 69 off 110 deliveries included four-fours & a six and Ian Healy scored 31 off 28-balls with two-fours.

West Indies best bowler by Curtly Ambrose, Ian Bishop both took two-wickets and one for Roger Harper.

West Indies scored 202 for all-out in 49.3 overs with top scorer by Shivnarine Chanderpaul struck 80 off 126-balls including seven boundaries, Richie Richardson scored 49 not out off consuming 83-balls included four-fours, Brian Lara cracked a run-a-ball 45-runs with 4-fours.

Australia best bowler by Shane Warne claims 4-36, Glenn McGrath, Damien Fleming both took two-wickets and one for Steve Waugh.

Shane Warne named player of the match for his match-winning bowling performance to claimed 4-wickets for 36-runs in 9-overs.