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Australia vs Canada 35th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Australia vs Canada 35th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011


Watch the highlights of Australia vs Canada 35th Matc h ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 - ICC Cricket World Cup tournament of the 35th ODI match played between Canada and Australia at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru in 16th March 2011.

Australia vs Canada 35th Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Highlights
An 183-run record first-wicket partnership between Shane Watson and Brad Haddin © Getty Images / AFP / AP

Brett Lee and Shaun Tait's combined 6-wickets before Shane Watson's 94 and Brad Haddin's 88 steers to Australia comfortable seven-wicket victory over Canada in a low-scoring game of the 35th match of a World Cup.

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* Brett Lee's 4 for 46 was his second-best bowling figures in World Cups behind his 5 for 42 against New Zealand in 2003. He has 30 wickets in 15 matches at an average of 18.53.

* Canada's 54 runs in the first five overs is the highest for any team in the first five overs of an innings in the 2011 World Cup. They brought up their fifty in just 4.4 overs.

* From a strong score of 150 for 2, Canada collapsed to 211 losing their last eight wickets for just 61 runs.

* The 77 runs scored by Canada in the mandatory Powerplay is the fourth highest by any team in the World Cup. The highest is 87 by India against South Africa in Nagpur in this World Cup.

* 183 : Shane Watson and Brad Haddin set up the highest first-wicket partnership for Australia in World Cups.

* Brad Haddin and Shane Watson became the 32nd Australian pair to aggregate 1000 runs in ODIs. They have now aggregated 1131 runs at an average of 49.17 with three century stands.

* Shane Watson was dismissed for the second time in the nineties in ODIs. Adam Gilchrist has been dismissed six times in the nineties which is the record for an Australia batsman.

* Ricky Ponting, who has scored 1620 runs in World Cups at an average of 45 has been poor in this World Cup. He has scored just 83 runs in four innings at an average under 21.

Canada scored 211 for all-out in 45.4 overs with top scorer by Hiral Patel struck 54 off 45-balls including five-fours and 3-sixes, Ashish Bagai cracked a 39 off 55-balls included six-fours, Mudassar Bukhari scored 34, Karl Whatham 18 and Harvir Baidwan 17.

Australia best bowler by Brett Lee claimed 4-wicket haul for 46-runs in 8.4 overs, Shaun Tait, Jason Krejza both took 2-wickets and one for Shane Watson - Mitchell Johnson.

Australia chased 212-3 in 34.5 overs with top scorer by Shane Watson 94 - who fell six-run short of his century, Brad Haddin struck 88 off 84-balls including 11-fours & 2-sixes and Michael Clarke 16 not out.

Canada best bowler by John Davison, Harvir Baidwan and Henry Osinde each took one-wickets.

Shane Watson named Player of the match for his match-winning superb 94-runs knocked off facing 90-balls including 9-fours and 4-sixes.