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Australia vs New Zealand Highlights

Australia vs New Zealand Highlights, World Cup 2022

World T20 2022 1st match on Saturday, 22 Oct 2022
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Stadium: Sydney Cricket Ground
New Zealand beat Australia by 89 runs.

Toss, Australia vs New Zealand Highlights:

In the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022’s Australia captain Aaron Finch won the toss. He decided to bowl first against New Zealand in the opening game of the Super 12. He said, “There’s the weather around, but we also feel the wicket gets better and better as the game continues. Every time you represent Australia, you feel pressure.” The New Zealand captain, Kane Williamson, said, “Guys have been working hard and training. No changing the past, but it’s about playing for what’s important for our game. Commit to our plans.”

Start of first innings of New Zealand NZ 29/0 in 2 Overs:

Devon Conway is the starter for New Zealand Finn Allen, And in the centre. Fast with his left arm, Mitchel Starc will start the assault. Let’s begin. BOOM! In a flash, Finn Allen is off the starting line. In the first over, Mitchell Starc has been smacked for 14 runs. Allen smoked the second delivery for a six-over long-on after launching the second one for a four-over mid-on. The next ball killed it over the bowler’s head for four further runs.

Fourteen runs remain to get the total. That was a strong beginning for New Zealand. Josh Hazlewood comes in and gives up 15 runs in his first over. Hazelwood erred down the leg-side to start the over, and Devon Conway successfully guided it to fine leg for a four. And afterwards, accelerated ahead to time one past mid-off for four additional shots. Finn Allen completed the over with his own four, which he smashed past the covers.

Allen Dropped on 19 NZ 46/0 in 3 Overs:

DROPPED! Dear, Off his second ball of the World Cup, Pat Cummins might have had a wicket, but fine leg drops a fair catch, providing a significant let-off to Finn Allen. The ball rolls away for a four, which is worse. WOW! New Zealand’s openers in Sydney have gotten off to a strong start. Pat Cummins gave up 17 runs to the opposition in his first over. Before he scored a boundary off Cummins, there was a dropped catch, but that is past. Allen scored a further boundary after scoring himself a fortunate boundary by hitting the ball over mid-off. He was followed by a short delivery for a flat six over a deep square leg.

Allen Falls on 42 NZ 56/1 in 4.1 Overs:

WICKET! Josh Hazlewood brings his side some comfort. Finn Allen moves aside, advances, and misses the stroke, being bowled for 42 off of 16. Finish with the NZ opener’s tremendously exciting innings of five fours and three sixes.

AUS Lose Review New Zealand 97/1 in 10 Overs:

Devon Conway removes the restrictions. He moves across the pitch while firing Adam Zampa’s sixth delivery over long-on for a six. The on-field umpire then denied a loud request for LBW. Australia evaluation. Wow, too! According to the ball tracker, it should have crossed the stumps—a little bounce. The over is nine runs away. Mitchell Starc has resumed his assault. His second over produced seven runs. His first, the opening NZ inning, produced 14 runs. Although New Zealand is presently stable, their 97/1 total in 10 overs was made possible by Finn Allen’s courageous batting during the Powerplay. Kane Williamson is 12 off, and Devon Conway is 42 off.

Fifty For Conway and Williamson out Score 125/2 in 13 Overs:

HALF-CENTURY. Devon Conway celebrates reaching his seventh T20I fifty in style by charging forward and hitting a ball from Adam Zampa for a six over midwicket. To get there, it took him 36 deliveries. WICKET! The run-a-ball 23 by the New Zealand captain is ended by a reverse sweep. Kane Williamson attempted to reverse sweep this Adam Zampa delivery but failed, causing the ball to strike the pad. The umpire raised a finger and asked Devon Conway if he should utilize DRS. Williamson attempted it, but the ball tracker indicated it would have struck the stumps.

Phillips Falls on 12 runs. New Zealand 152/3 in 15.6 Overs:

WICKET! Glenn Phillips is pumped up for the space. Josh Hazlewood also saw some more bounce, with Hazelwood grabbing an easy catch as Phillips received a top edge.

Neesham Takes Charge Score 176/3 in 18 Overs:

They required it. James Neesham also performs well. In the last overs, Australia had done well to prevent New Zealand batters from erupting. Neesham sends a beautiful high ball into the seats as Pat Cummins resumes play for a massive six. Neesham and Devon Conway both did some great running in the over. It generated 15 runs, including two wides.

New Zealand 200/3 in 20 Overs:

An over/under performance by Josh Hazlewood. Only three runs, including a dot ball, were scored off his first three pitches. The next three, though, he let up nine runs, including a triple off the fifth and a six off the penultimate to James Neesham. The latter sent the ball over long-on, far beyond the reach of a leaping Glenn Maxwell. 14 flees the area. In the inaugural game of the Super 12s, New Zealand has set a victory target of 201 for Australia. On 92, Devon Conway was undefeated, and Neesham hit 26 off of 13 shots.

Australia has to Chase 201 runs. Australia is 34/3 in 4.5 Overs:

WICKET! David Warner loses his luck very soon. Tim Southee’s final pitch score is a 5. When he attempted to draw the ball, it first impacted his thigh pad before bouncing off the back of his bat and onto the stumps. Warner finds it hard to accept.

WICKET! After taking some abuse from Mitchel Marsh, who earlier hit a four and a huge six off him, Mitchell Santner ends his first over on a high. Aaron Finch erred when he tried to throw one over his head, allowing Kane Williamson to catch it on 13 wonderfully.

WICKET! The top order for Australia has been destroyed in the Powerplay overs. Mitchell Marsh made a bad start and was ready to continue with another aerial strike. Although the ball travelled a fair distance, the distance was insufficient—credit James Neesham for taking this high catch while remaining composed. A slower delivery defeats Marsh. He made 16 off of 12.

A stunning catch from Phillips and a fall of wickets:

WICKET! WOW. The World Cup’s biggest hook may be this well. Over the covers, Marcus Stoinis took off. Glenn Phillips made a remarkable catch by sprinting to his right and diving full-length to snag the ball midair. Marcus Stoinis makes a 7-hole putt. Mitchell Santner takes his second wicket.

WICKET! Another person perishes. New Zealand’s catching tonight has been outstanding on the field. After Tim David attempted to enforce himself after hitting a six in a Mitchell Santner over, James Neesham made another excellent grab in the deep. He missed the shot to hole out on 12, hoping to replicate the outcome.

WICKET! Lockie Ferguson loses one to Matthew Wade, who is far behind on 2. In ruins in Australia. The winner is New Zealand.

WICKET! Glenn Maxwell exhausts his supply of switch/reverse hits. To reverse sweep Ish Sodhi, he missed the ball and was out for 28. Getting his first wicket is Sodhi.

WICKET! Trent Boult’s angled ball caused Mitchell Starc to attempt a massive heave but miss it completely, leaving him clean bowled on 2. First wicket for Boult.

WICKET! Trent Boult is cutting off the Australian tail. In the same over, he dismisses Adam Zampa for a two-ball duck to take his second wicket.

New Zealand won by 89 Runs:

WICKET! That’s it. As Tim Southee captures his third wicket to dismiss Australia for 111 runs in 17.1 Overs, Pat Cummins eventually holes out to Devon Conway on 21. New Zealand holds a commanding lead in the Super 12s after defeating the reigning champions by 89 runs.

ICC World Cup 2022 Live Telecast & Broadcasting:

CountryLive Telecast and Broadcast Channels
IndiaStar Sports network
PakistanPTV Sports and Ten Sports
BangladeshGazi TV (GTV)
Australia and New ZealandYupp TV
South AfricaSuperSport network
The USA and UKHotstar 
Middle EastOSN Sports Cricket

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