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Australia beat New Zealand by a record record
Friday, 16 Feb 2018 13:31 pm
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Australia's highest run chase in Twenty20 In the fifth match of the Trans-Tasman Tri-nation Twenty20 series, New Zealand won the match by 5 wickets and won the match by 5 wickets. Twenty-two world champions West Indies held the world record for the match-winning touch by touching 232 runs in South Africa in Johannesburg in 2015.
 
Australia won the first three matches in the field before the final of the tri-series. So, against the New Zealand in Australia, there was a lot of Asiara in the league phase. In such a match, the Kiwis took the lead in batting first to win the toss. New Zealand's openers Martin Guptill and Colin Munro had rallied against Australian bowlers from the start of the innings with bat. New Zealand lifted 114 runs in the first 10 overs Half-Century took two openers. Finally, Munro returned to the fourth in the 11th over. In the over, Australian paceman Andrew Tiede bowled the first three balls of the match, Munro. Munro, who scored 76 runs in only six sixes in four innings.
 
Munro took the sixth half-century in T20 career, but Gupt took a taste of the second century of 49 in small format. Guptill's first century of 101 not out against South Africa in East London in 2012 was the first century. He touches three figures for the second time. Guptill hit six fours and nine sixes in 54 balls. He has also been the highest run-scorer of T-20 history, reaching 58 runs in this innings. The former team-mate and captain Brendon McCullum topped the record for most T20 internationals now Guptill.
 
After Guptill-Munro, Ross Taylor's unbeaten 17, Mark Smith's 16 and wicketkeeper Tim Seafert's 12 for New Zealand made 243 runs for 6 wickets in 20 overs, due to New Zealand's huge total. New Zealand have reclaimed the highest number of T-20 cricket in a month-long period of 13 months. On 3 January, Mount Queensland made 243 runs for 5 wickets against West Indies at Mount Mongany. Of course, this score is the ninth place in the top-ranked team in Twenty20 cricket. Tie and Kai Richardson took two wickets each for Australia in the highest team collection in New Zealand.
 
Australia opener David Warner and D Archie Short, who ran away with a run of 244 runs for the win, They added 121 runs in 51 balls. Osira is walking on the match New Zealand's 59-ball-59, Warner returned to New Zealand's first success with New Zealand leg-spinner Ish Sodhi. Warner hit four fours and five sixes in his stormy innings.
 
Even after the captain returned, the team did not fall short of the runs. Because the short wheel was rolling in the front. However, Chris Lynn could not take a long time to join the crease in three numbers. He scored 18 runs from 13 balls. Short in the second wicket did not make the big pair, but with the third wicket, Glenn Maxwell made 56 runs in 25 balls short.
 
However, after the team returned to Maxwell and 217 runs short of 199 runs Australia were worried about the match. But Aaron Finch gave away the taste of the Aussie team and won the match. Finch scored an unbeaten 36 off 13 balls with three fours in the chase. Australia could build a match-winning world record by chasing 7 balls to spare.
 
In the fourth match of the T20 career, he scored 76 in the first half-century in the innings. He smashed his own innings in 44 balls with 8 fours and 3 sixes. Short of the world record has been the best. Maxwell was unbeaten on 31 off 14 balls with three fours in his 14-ball knock.
 
New Zealand will play against England in the last match of the league stage in Hamilton on February 18. Winners of the match will be Australia's Qiura in the final If Harley is ahead in the run-rate, New Zealand will have the opportunity to play in the final. On the other hand, to play in the final, if they lose New Zealand in the last match, England will have to stay ahead in the run-rate.
 
Short score:
 
New Zealand: 244/6, 20 overs (Guptill 105, Munro 76, Rechadorson 2/40).
Australia: 245/5, 18.5 overs (short 76, Warner 59, Sodhi 1/35).
Result: Australia win by 5 wickets.
Match best: D'Arty short (Australia)
 
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