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New Zealand v Australia at Auckland, Scorecard (Feb 22): Benson & Hedges World Cup 1992

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Scoreboard of New Zealand vs Australia at Auckland, 1st Match, Benson & Hedges World Cup 1992

Venue : Eden Park, Auckland
Toss : New Zealand won the toss and chose to bat first
Umpires : David Shepherd (England) and Khizer Hayat (Pakistan)
Match Result : New Zealand won by 37 runs
Man of the Match : Martin Crowe

New Zealand (50 Overs Maximum) Runs Balls 4s 6s
John Wright b McDermott 0 1
Rod Latham c Healy b Moody 26 44 4
Andrew Jones lbw b Reid 4 14 1
Martin Crowe (C) not out 100 134 11
Ken Rutherford run out 57 71 6
Chris Harris run out 14 15 2
Ian Smith (WK) c Healy b McDermott 14 14 1
Chris Cairns not out 16 11 2
Dipak Patel
Gavin Larsen
Willie Watson
Extras 17 (6 lb, 4 nb, 7 w)
Total 248/6 (50 overs)
Fall of wickets: 1-2 (Wright), 2-13 (Jones), 3-53 (Latham), 4-171 (Rutherford), 5-191 (Harris), 6-215 (Smith)
Australia bowling Overs Mdns Runs Wkts Wides No-Balls
McDermott 10 1 43 2 2
Reid 10 0 39 1 2 4
Moody 9 1 37 1
Steve Waugh 10 0 60 0 2
Taylor 7 0 36 0
Mark Waugh 4 0 27 0 1
Australia (Target : 249 from 50 Overs) Runs Balls 4s 6s
David Boon run out 100 131 11
Geoff Marsh c Latham b Larsen 19 56 2
Dean Jones run out 21 27 3
Allan Border (C) c Cairns b Patel 3 11
Tom Moody c and b Latham 7 11
Mark Waugh lbw b Larsen 2 5
Steve Waugh c and b Larsen 38 34 3 1
Ian Healy (WK) not out 7 9
Craig McDermott run out 1 1
Peter Taylor c Rutherford b Watson 1 2
Bruce Reid c Jones b Harris 3 4
Extras 9 (6 lb, 1 nb, 2 w)
Total 211 all out (48.1 overs)
Fall of wickets: 1-62 (Marsh), 2-92 (Jones), 3-104 (Border), 4-120 (Moody), 5-125 (Mark
Waugh), 6-199 (Steve Waugh), 7-200 (Boon), 8-205 (McDermott), 9-206 (Taylor), 10-211 (Reid)
New Zealand bowling Overs Mdns Runs Wkts Wides No-Balls
Cairns 4 0 30 0 1 1
Patel 10 1 36 1 1
Watson 9 1 39 1
Larsen 10 1 30 3
Harris 7.1 0 35 1
Latham 8 0 35 1
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