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New Zealand vs Kenya 2nd Match ICC World T20 2007 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - New Zealand vs Kenya 2nd Match ICC World T20 2007


Watch the highlights of New Zealand vs Kenya 2nd Match ICC World T20 2007 - ICC World Twenty20 International tournament of the 2nd T20I match first time played between Kenya and New Zealand at Kingsmead, Durban in 12th September 2007.

New Zealand vs Kenya 2nd Match ICC World T20 2007 Highlights
Mark Gillespie finished with figures of 4 for 7 © Getty Images

Mark Gillespie's record-breaking 4 for 7 sets up New Zealand's record nine-wicket victory over Kenya in a one-sided game of the second match of a World Twenty20.

Match Stats :
  • New Zealand's nine-wicket win was the joint largest victory by terms of wickets remaining in T20 internationals, jointly Sri Lanka's 9-wicket victory against New Zealand at Wellington in the last year.
  • New Zealand's 74-balls spare was the largest victory by terms of balls remaining in T20 internationals, previous record was 51-balls win by South Africa against Pakistan at Johannesburg in this year.
  • Kenya's 73 was the lowest score ever in T20 international cricket history, previous lowest total was 79 by Australia against England at Southampton in 2005.
  • 6 : Kenya registered the most ducks in an innings in T20 internationals.
  • Mark Gillespie's 4 for 7 was the best bowling figure in T20 international cricket history, surpassing the previous record of 4 for 22 held by Paul Collingwood against Sri Lanka at Southampton in the last year.

Kenya scored lowest total for 73 for all-out in 16.5 overs with top scorer by Thomas Odoyo 18, Collins Obuya 18, Jimmy Kamande 14.

New Zealand best bowler by Mark Gillespie 4-7, Shane Bond, Chris Martin and Daniel Vettori each took 2-wickets.

New Zealand chased 74-1 in 7.4 overs with top scorer by Lou Vincent struck 27 off 21-balls including four-fours and a six.

Peter Fulton cracked a unbeaten 21 off 14-balls included 2-fours & a six and Brendon McCullum 16 not out.

Kenya best bowler by Thomas Odoyo took 2-wickets for 22-runs in 3-overs.

Mark Gillespie named Player of the match for record-breaking bowling performance to claimed a career-best 4-wickets for 7-runs in 2.5-overs.