Match Over - New Zealand won by 18 runs + Match Details

Match Details

  • Toss: New Zealand, who chose to bat
  • Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester
  • Referee: DC Boon
  • When: 09 Jul 2019, 11:30 SAST
  • Winner: New Zealand
  • Man of the Match: MJ Henry


  • Umpire1: RK Illingworth
  • Umpire2: RA Kettleborough
  • Third Umpire: RJ Tucker



Overs: 49.3 / 50.0




Overs: 50.0 / 50.0

New Zealand

3.30pm So, that's your lot for today. What an extraordinary slow-burn semi that turned out to be. And thank goodness we got a full 50-over contest instead of trying to shoehorn all that drama into a rain-truncated game. Huge congratulations to New Zealand, and don't forget, we're doing it all over again tomorrow, when England and Australia take the stage at Edgbaston in another humdinger of a match-up. From myself, Andrew Miller, and Deiva Muthu and Chandan Duorah, good bye and thank you for joining us for a World Cup knock-out to remember!

vishwas: "A bit of redemption for NZ. They topped the table in 1992 in the same format but were knocked out by a fourth placed team. For the next world cup, which is in the same format, ICC should have qualifiers and eliminator instead of just semi finals."

Deepankar DM: "@Harish my friend, please don't judge him by today's failure, forgetting the previous big games. A 22-yr-old Kohli steadied the ship when Sachin & Sehwag were gone in 2011 WC final. He also played two amazing innings in 2014 World T20 final and 2016 World T20 semifinal. The player is still a great. The team selection cost us."

Ragha: "It feels impossible to control my tears. Not sure how a simple game can impact you so much. Feels worse than a break-up. Love all the way to Team India. You guys were fabulous. "

Ragha: "I am very disappointed as an Indian fan. However, I am happy that we went down fighting. Not taking anything at all from NZ, but I feel this was India's game to lose and they crumbled under pressure. Pant, DK, Hardik could have put on a better show. Nevertheless, this will be an important lesson for Kohli's era after Dhoni. Thanks you Team India. We are all very proud of you."

3.15pm Well, well, well... what a stunning contest. For the second time in four years, New Zealand have muscled their way through to the World Cup final, and just as they did in the 2015 semi-final in Auckland, they have had to hold their composure in arguably the match of the tournament.

And for Grant Elliott then, read Jimmy Neesham now ... not so much for the way he held his nerve in that final over, but for that screamer of a catch at gully off Dinesh Karthik. Given the context of the moment, it was arguably the catch of the tournament. And don't forget Martin Guptill's dead-eyed run-out of MS Dhoni as well ... he's had a dog of a tournament with the bat, but what a priceless moment he pulled off!

Lakwin: "My mind runs back to the 1996 semifinal, when Sri Lanka were 1/2, and DeSilva came out and played as if in a trance, counterattacking with such panache that completely deflated the opposition. In contrast, Kohli - for all his achievements, crumbled under the pressure. Guess greatness isn't decided by statistics after all. Crunch games, the truly great players would step up!" Harsh, I think Kohli has achieved more than enough to confirm his status as a great ... across all formats, not just ODIs. But there's no doubt they were found wanting as a collective in the crunch moment. Ravi Jadeja, aside, of course. He was a sensation in the field this morning as well, don't forget!

harish: "Before the knives are out I think we should acknowledge and appreciate the way our team played throughout .. well done Boyz . You made us proud keep it heads high" Quite right too. Finished top of the group stage, swept all before them until the England game, and even then, they took it deep. It wasn't to be, but knock-out cricket can be cruel!

Sankesh Jain: "@Andrew: I sorta disagree. Kohli doesn't remind us of any one innings in ICC tournaments that he has stepped up when the team needed him. 2011 WC finals, 2015 semi finals, 2017 Champions Trophy finals. None. It is disappointing for an Indian cricket fan like me to see this heart breaking loss. " I sense the post-mortem is going to be a painful one ...

3.05pm Matt Henry, Player of the Match: Look, we talked about just making we do the best we can and play the way we can. He started out with the ball and just tried to create pressure. We just had to ask a lot of questions against the best batting line-up. I thought we managed to scrap it out. We had the belief - we knew we had to bowl well. Obviously, they are world-class batsmen - Hardik, Dhoni and Jadeja - we knew to win the game we had to get them out. It's very special and thanks to the New Zealand supporters out there.

Kohli: Yes, it was. The first half we were spot on. We got what we needed in the field. We knew we had a good day yesterday, we felt like we had the moment, but the credit has to go to NZ bowlers. The swing and help they got from the surface - the skill from them was on display. Jaddu had an outstanding couple of games. He went with so much clarity, MS had a good partnership with him. It was a game of margins and MS was run-out. 45 minutes of bad cricket puts you out of the tournament. Difficult to take it - but New Zealand deserve it. Our shot selection could have been better, but we played a good standard of cricket throughout. New Zealand were braver in crunch situations and they deserve it.

Williamson: Yeah, it's a different playing - the way he had to skin it through the round-robin. Great semi-final over two days and very pleased to be on the right side of it. It was really tough and we had to assess the conditions. Both teams thought it would be high-scoring, we thought we could get 240 and put India under pressure. Lot of contributions from everyone. A lot of it was on the conditions and the rain around. We just wanted to put the ball in the good areas and put pressure on India. We just wanted some early wickets and it was great start for the bowlers. We needed to stay in the game for long periods. The way Jadeja and Dhoni were hitting the ball, they were likely to win, but our fielders were then outstanding. A lot of it is to look at what it is. Some of those games are tough and conditions vary throughout the match. We were underdogs coming into the semis... and all these sides have beaten each other. Anything can happen on any day. It was nice to see the guys fight for two days.

2.57pm Who writes your scripts, Neesham. He missed out in 2015 and watched Grant Elliott launch New Zealand into the final from the Eden Park grassbanks. Four years later, he closes out a semi-final and puts New Zealand in the final. Kane Williamson celebrates, Santner joins him. I haven't seen these two celebrate much. They have knocked out one of the tournament favourites India. Heartbreak for India. Is this the end for Dhoni as well...?

India were 71 for 5 in a chase of 240 when he stepped out to bat. He just did his thing: blocking and jabbing his way to the 49th over. It was Jadeja who teed off and did the heavy lifting in a century stand that revived a tough chase against an unrelenting attack. Ferguson, Boult, and Guptill combined for some late magic to deny India. Let's also not forget the pressure catches from Williamson and tidy lengths from Santner. As it stands, New Zealand move to their second successive World Cup final. Can they go one better in 2019?

WATCH on Hotstar (India only): Ravindra Jadeja scored a quick half-century

49.3JDS Neesham to YS Chahal, OUT, No run, Neesham closes out the game for New Zealand and puts them in the final. Shortish, another legcutter variation from Neesham. Chahal wants to swing this into the other Old Trafford, but he can only snick it behind. He was given out, Chahal went for the review, but he's gone. India are gone.
49.2JDS Neesham to YS Chahal, No run, back of a length and moves away, slower legcutter, Chahal swings for the hills and edges it but does not carry to Latham behind the stumps.
49.1JDS Neesham to YS Chahal, BOUNDARY, 4 runs, full and floated down the leg side, tickled away fine of short fine leg. Poor ball first-up.
End of over 49. 8 runs this over. 217/9 after 294 balls.
B Kumar 0 (1b 0x4 0x6 ) LH Ferguson 10-0-43-1
YS Chahal 1 (2b 0x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 48. 6 runs this over. 209/7 after 288 balls.
MS Dhoni 43 (69b 1x4 0x6 ) TA Boult 10-2-42-2
B Kumar 0 (0b 0x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 47. 5 runs this over. 203/6 after 282 balls.
MS Dhoni 38 (65b 1x4 0x6 ) MJ Henry 10-1-37-3
RA Jadeja 76 (57b 4x4 4x6 ) more

M.: "At least one over by Neesham. Interesting, very interesting. India holding their nerves really well so far."

Raza : "Give me a SIX jadeja"

End of over 46. 10 runs this over. 198/6 after 276 balls.
MS Dhoni 35 (62b 1x4 0x6 ) TA Boult 9-2-36-1
RA Jadeja 74 (54b 4x4 4x6 ) more

Viv: "Sir Jadeja has to be man of the match, irrespective of the result. He actually made it a match. "

End of over 45. 10 runs this over. 188/6 after 270 balls.
MS Dhoni 33 (60b 1x4 0x6 ) LH Ferguson 9-0-35-0
RA Jadeja 66 (50b 3x4 4x6 ) more
End of over 44. 6 runs this over. 177/6 after 263 balls.
MS Dhoni 29 (55b 1x4 0x6 ) JDS Neesham 7-0-44-0
RA Jadeja 59 (48b 3x4 3x6 ) more
End of over 43. 3 runs this over. 171/6 after 258 balls.
RA Jadeja 54 (43b 3x4 3x6 ) LH Ferguson 8-0-25-0
MS Dhoni 29 (55b 1x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 42. 8 runs this over. 167/6 after 251 balls.
RA Jadeja 51 (39b 3x4 3x6 ) JDS Neesham 6-0-37-0
MS Dhoni 28 (52b 1x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 41. 9 runs this over. 159/6 after 246 balls.
RA Jadeja 45 (37b 2x4 3x6 ) MJ Santner 10-2-34-2
MS Dhoni 27 (49b 1x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 40. 7 runs this over. 148/6 after 239 balls.
RA Jadeja 37 (33b 2x4 2x6 ) LH Ferguson 7-0-20-0
MS Dhoni 24 (46b 1x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 39. 9 runs this over. 140/6 after 233 balls.
RA Jadeja 31 (28b 1x4 2x6 ) MJ Santner 9-2-24-2
MS Dhoni 23 (45b 1x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 38. 5 runs this over. 131/6 after 228 balls.
RA Jadeja 24 (24b 1x4 1x6 ) MJ Henry 9-1-32-3
MS Dhoni 22 (44b 1x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 37. 3 runs this over. 126/6 after 222 balls.
MS Dhoni 22 (44b 1x4 0x6 ) MJ Santner 8-2-15-2
RA Jadeja 19 (18b 0x4 1x6 ) more
End of over 36. 4 runs this over. 123/6 after 215 balls.
MS Dhoni 21 (40b 1x4 0x6 ) MJ Henry 8-1-27-3
RA Jadeja 17 (15b 0x4 1x6 ) more

Yashi: "All the teams that have played against India had one strategy. "Get top three out cheaply and win the match". Non one achieved it, except NZ now."

End of over 35. 5 runs this over. 119/6 after 210 balls.
MS Dhoni 20 (37b 1x4 0x6 ) MJ Santner 7-2-12-2
RA Jadeja 15 (13b 0x4 1x6 ) more
End of over 34. 7 runs this over. 113/6 after 203 balls.
MS Dhoni 19 (35b 1x4 0x6 ) TA Boult 8-2-25-1
RA Jadeja 10 (8b 0x4 1x6 ) more
End of over 33. 9 runs this over. 106/6 after 198 balls.
MS Dhoni 14 (31b 0x4 0x6 ) JDS Neesham 5-0-29-0
RA Jadeja 9 (7b 0x4 1x6 ) more

Perfect time for Deiva to step in and take this show to the end

Santner's figures were 6-2-7-2... was it right to pull him from the attack?

Ahmed: "Jadeja is a proper batsman who can rotate the strike and has got shots to play. Bats higher for his team domestically, has triple on earth did karthik and pandya come before him today? " So many questions...

Hasan Shariq: "I think India were more interested in playing the Finals than the Semis" Hmm... you do wonder, don't you? Wonder if England at Edgbaston would have focussed the mind rather more...

End of over 32. 3 runs this over. 97/6 after 191 balls.
RA Jadeja 2 (3b 0x4 0x6 ) TA Boult 7-2-18-1
MS Dhoni 12 (28b 0x4 0x6 ) more

Shanky: "The advantage of taking wickets upfront...which India missed yesterday...Perhaps Shami was a better options?" Isn't hindsight a wonderful thing?

Shishir: "This is what cricket is all about. Everyone was taking New Zealand lightly. Every one was celebrating that India would go to the finals...Ha!! what a tournament this has been so far." It's been remarkable... what a story!

Syed Haider Ali: "So many messages in Pakistan v Bangladesh match but a pin drop silence here. Why...." It's true ... it's a bit of a morgue out there... at least among the printable messages!

Gaurav noted something uncanny at 30 overs: "Yesterday India needed 148 runs in 20 overs if game was there.. Today they need exactly the same but with 5 wickets less:)"

End of over 31. 2 runs this over. 94/6 after 186 balls.
MS Dhoni 11 (25b 0x4 0x6 ) MJ Santner 6-2-7-2
RA Jadeja 1 (1b 0x4 0x6 ) more

Pratik : "All these years you play Kuldeep and Chahal because they are wristspinners and you change in the combination in the semifinals. And all these yeare top 3 are scoring tons of runs and they fail today. Game over for India." It certainly seems that way... but there's still Dhoni! ... Isn't there?

Mind you ... what pressure is being applied to the guys at the other end while the Big Shot steadies himself for the long haul? India bat deep today, given they've done for Jadeja and Bhuvi ... and, well, they are going to need them!

The win probability is at 10.27 after Pandya's wicket Wow ....

End of over 30. 7 runs this over. 92/5 after 180 balls.
HH Pandya 32 (59b 2x4 0x6 ) JDS Neesham 4-0-20-0
MS Dhoni 10 (23b 0x4 0x6 ) more

suky: "Never has this Indian middle order scored smoothly, whenever top order has failed.. ALways a struggle.. Totally dependent on slowwwww Dhoni..."

End of over 29. 2 runs this over. 85/5 after 174 balls.
MS Dhoni 5 (20b 0x4 0x6 ) MJ Santner 5-2-5-1
HH Pandya 30 (56b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Manish Pandey: "please remind them it is not 60 over odi" It's Sunil Gavaskar's 70th birthday, shades of India's maiden World Cup match out there at the moment...

End of over 28. 1 runs this over. 83/5 after 168 balls.
HH Pandya 30 (56b 2x4 0x6 ) LH Ferguson 6-0-13-0
MS Dhoni 3 (14b 0x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 27. 2 runs this over. 82/5 after 162 balls.
MS Dhoni 2 (10b 0x4 0x6 ) MJ Santner 4-2-3-1
HH Pandya 30 (54b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Ajay: "halfway through the chase? i think you will notice we are only one thirds of the way there. still in the game though." Halfway in overs ... but yes, a touch behind the eight-ball!

End of over 26. 3 runs this over. 80/5 after 156 balls.
MS Dhoni 1 (6b 0x4 0x6 ) LH Ferguson 5-0-12-0
HH Pandya 29 (52b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Nelson: "Can we be impartial for once and atleast acknowledge how excellent has NZ been today. They've outplayed India." If you like. Though you may have noticed, we strive for impartiality!

End of over 25. 2 runs this over. 77/5 after 150 balls.
HH Pandya 26 (47b 2x4 0x6 ) MJ Santner 3-2-1-1
MS Dhoni 1 (5b 0x4 0x6 ) more

Ish Sodhi jogs out to the middle to deliver a message to the New Zealanders. "Keep it up," is probably the gist of it... We are halfway through the chase

WATCH - Patience pays off for Santner as Pant succumbs (Australia, UK and SEA only)

End of over 24. 4 runs this over. 75/5 after 144 balls.
HH Pandya 25 (43b 2x4 0x6 ) JDS Neesham 3-0-13-0
MS Dhoni 1 (3b 0x4 0x6 ) more

Maulik Doshi: "And you just want to open the can of worms Andrew isn't it? Just want to rub in by posting that Rayudu comment. And definitely you won't post this." Whyever not! I love cans of worms. My favourite snack!

The win probability dipped to 16.50 after Pant's wicket

Jekin: "With Dhoni out to bat now, RRR will be 10 soon" He knows what he's got to do ... doesn't he?

End of over 23.  A maiden over! 71/5 after 138 balls.
MS Dhoni 0 (1b 0x4 0x6 ) MJ Santner 2-2-0-1
HH Pandya 22 (39b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Gosh ... who saw this coming!

Pavan: "This is where Rayudu would do great instead of Pant or Vijay Shankar or any other. Who is a perfect No. 4 batsmen for India but ignored by considering his last few innings. which is denting India now."

Now then, with 169 runs needed at 6.2 an over... here comes India's eternal hope. It's MS Dhoni for a place in the World Cup final!

Jesse Wilson: "2015 WC semi final, 2019 WC semi final, 2017 champions trophy. Has India earned the C tag from SA? " Oof, brutal... I'm not sure SA are quite ready to give it up just yet after their shambles of a campaign

End of over 22. 1 runs this over. 71/4 after 132 balls.
HH Pandya 22 (39b 2x4 0x6 ) JDS Neesham 2-0-9-0
RR Pant 32 (51b 4x4 0x6 ) more

Just the one run off the over... good response from Neesham as New Zealand turn the screw again

MM: "That dropped catch of Pant by Neesham probably happened at an important time. Turning point of the game?? Who knows!!"

WATCH LIVE ON HOTSTAR - For IND viewers only

End of over 21.  A maiden over! 70/4 after 126 balls.
HH Pandya 22 (36b 2x4 0x6 ) MJ Santner 1-1-0-0
RR Pant 31 (48b 4x4 0x6 ) more

The DLS par score at 20 overs was 110... New Zealand firmly in command

End of over 20. 4 runs this over. 66/4 after 119 balls.
RR Pant 27 (47b 3x4 0x6 ) JDS Neesham 1-0-4-0
HH Pandya 22 (30b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Rehan Shaikh: "Once India reaches 100 without any loss of wicket, NZ will start feeling the pressure, they know the man in the dressing room and his capabilities. Common India we can pull this off." Hmmm ... has Dhoni still Got It? I guess we might be about to find out!

On the Live Report, Varun is asking whether India got their batting order right... I'm sure the answer is more nuanced than simply "no!"

End of over 19. 2 runs this over. 62/4 after 114 balls.
RR Pant 27 (46b 3x4 0x6 ) LH Ferguson 4-0-9-0
HH Pandya 19 (26b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Forecaster reckons a slight hike to 23.4%. Sure enough, here's Neesham

WATCH LIVE ON HOTSTAR - For US viewers only

Shariq: "My fellow neighbours don't worry. Dhoni and Jadu are still behind. They are finishers. Come on Champs, Pakistan want you to win. " How magnanimous! I'm sure those sentiments are widely shared ...

End of over 18. 8 runs this over. 59/4 after 107 balls.
HH Pandya 19 (26b 2x4 0x6 ) C de Grandhomme 2-0-12-0
RR Pant 24 (39b 3x4 0x6 ) more

No sign of Santner yet ... I daresay he'd find some turn off this deck. But seam has done New Zealand proud so far ...

Ramm : "Time for this Indian middle order to earn its living! Or it might be good for cricket if NZ and Eng reach the final!" It'll be a new name on the trophy at the very least ...

End of over 17. 3 runs this over. 50/4 after 101 balls.
RR Pant 24 (39b 3x4 0x6 ) LH Ferguson 3-0-6-0
HH Pandya 11 (20b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Another four-run over. New Zealand keep the brakes firmly applied, even if this stand is lengthening

Akshat: "What needs to be noticed is that pitch is still good for batting. Ball is coming nicely on to the bat. Thus, these 2 player just need to spend some time on the crease. Runs will come." Potentially ... but they aren't flowing yet, and it's clearly hard for new batsmen to get started.

End of over 16. 4 runs this over. 47/4 after 96 balls.
HH Pandya 10 (19b 2x4 0x6 ) C de Grandhomme 1-0-4-0
RR Pant 23 (35b 3x4 0x6 ) more

Kanu: "@Ramesh, Dhoni is the trump card and should be saved for worse. Also this will keep NZ on check knowing mighty one is still in house." He'll need someone to stay with him though ... and the later he appears the fewer partners he'll have.

End of over 15. 1 runs this over. 43/4 after 90 balls.
HH Pandya 9 (16b 2x4 0x6 ) LH Ferguson 2-0-3-0
RR Pant 20 (32b 3x4 0x6 ) more

Time for drinks. India need a breather. For those wondering about Dhoni, he's sniffing his bat in the dressing room. Miller is ready to rock 'n roll.

Ramesh: "Really disappointing not to see Dhoni walking out at #6. A man of his stature should have walked out to take control of the situation."

End of over 14. 5 runs this over. 42/4 after 83 balls.
HH Pandya 9 (11b 2x4 0x6 ) MJ Henry 7-1-23-3
RR Pant 19 (30b 3x4 0x6 ) more

Mohamed Thanvee: "Did Neesham just drop the world cup like Gibbs in 1999."

End of over 13. 2 runs this over. 37/4 after 78 balls.
RR Pant 19 (30b 3x4 0x6 ) LH Ferguson 1-0-2-0
HH Pandya 5 (6b 1x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 12. 5 runs this over. 35/4 after 72 balls.
HH Pandya 4 (5b 1x4 0x6 ) MJ Henry 6-1-18-3
RR Pant 18 (25b 3x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 11. 2 runs this over. 26/4 after 65 balls.
HH Pandya 0 (2b 0x4 0x6 ) TA Boult 6-2-11-1
RR Pant 13 (21b 2x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 10. 5 runs this over. 24/4 after 60 balls.
KD Karthik 6 (25b 1x4 0x6 ) MJ Henry 5-1-13-3
RR Pant 12 (18b 2x4 0x6 ) more

Tim: "Get the feeling that India are still right in this. The sun is starting to come out, pitch will dry up and do less and most importantly NZ didn't really get much of a score. There is plenty of time to go as well. Game on." --- Still, Santner and Ferguson are difficult to get away in the middle overs

End of over 9. 6 runs this over. 19/3 after 54 balls.
KD Karthik 6 (22b 1x4 0x6 ) TA Boult 5-2-9-1
RR Pant 7 (15b 1x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 8. 3 runs this over. 13/3 after 47 balls.
RR Pant 7 (14b 1x4 0x6 ) MJ Henry 4-1-8-2
KD Karthik 0 (16b 0x4 0x6 ) more

Chittoor Raja: "Appears like the Big Thanos has snapped his fingers!!! The Indian team think tank would definitely not have anticipated this!! " --- Can Iron Man Dhoni save the day for India?

End of over 7.  A maiden over! 10/3 after 42 balls.
KD Karthik 0 (16b 0x4 0x6 ) TA Boult 4-2-3-1
RR Pant 5 (9b 1x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 6. 4 runs this over. 10/3 after 36 balls.
RR Pant 5 (9b 1x4 0x6 ) MJ Henry 3-1-5-2
KD Karthik 0 (10b 0x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 5. 1 runs this over. 6/3 after 30 balls.
KD Karthik 0 (10b 0x4 0x6 ) TA Boult 3-1-3-1
RR Pant 1 (3b 0x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 4.  A maiden over! 5/3 after 24 balls.
KD Karthik 0 (5b 0x4 0x6 ) MJ Henry 2-1-1-2
RR Pant 0 (2b 0x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 3.  A maiden over! 5/2 after 18 balls.
RR Pant 0 (2b 0x4 0x6 ) TA Boult 2-1-2-1
KL Rahul 1 (6b 0x4 0x6 ) more

Pant, India's new No.4 inside three overs

End of over 2. 3 runs this over. 5/1 after 12 balls.
KL Rahul 1 (6b 0x4 0x6 ) MJ Henry 1-0-1-1
V Kohli 1 (2b 0x4 0x6 ) more
End of over 1. 2 runs this over. 2/0 after 6 balls.
KL Rahul 1 (5b 0x4 0x6 ) TA Boult 1-0-2-0
RG Sharma 1 (1b 0x4 0x6 ) more

WATCH - Jadeja again! Sensational catch sends Latham back (Australia, UK and SEA only)

KL RahulC TWM Latham B MJ Henry11870014.29
RG SharmaC TWM Latham B MJ Henry1740025
V KohliLBW TA Boult1860016.67
RR PantC C de Grandhomme B MJ Santner3289564057.14
KD KarthikC JDS Neesham B MJ Henry629251024
HH PandyaC KS Williamson B MJ Santner3281622051.61
MS DhoniRun out MJ Guptill 50114721169.44
RA JadejaC KS Williamson B TA Boult77845944130.51
B KumarB LH Ferguson010100-
YS ChahalC TWM Latham B JDS Neesham58510100
JJ Bumrahnot out 04000-
Total 221/10
TA Boult10.024224.2
MJ Henry10.013733.7
LH Ferguson10.004314.3
C de Grandhomme2.001306.5
JDS Neesham7.304916.53
MJ Santner10.023423.4