Kiwis sneak home in low-scoring ODI
New Zealand recovered from a top-order batting collapse to beat West Indies by three wickets in the second one-day international at Queenstown.india Updated: Feb 22, 2006 12:56 IST
New Zealand recovered from a top-order batting collapse to beat West Indies by three wickets in the second one-day international at Queenstown on Wednesday.
The Kiwis looked to be heading towards certain defeat when they collapsed to 13 for four chasing 201 for victory after the touring side made 200 for nine from their 50 overs.
But Peter Fulton (49) and Brendon McCullum (45) steadied the New Zealand innings before Daniel Vettori steered the home team to victory with eight overs to spare.
Wavell Hinds earlier scored a defiant 76 to rescue West Indies from a poor start but his performance was not enough to prevent the tourists from falling 2-0 behind in the five-game series.
Lou Vincent b Bradshaw 5
Jamie How lbw b Edwards 0
Nathan Astle c Hinds b Edwards 2
Stephen Fleming lbw b Bradshaw 0
Scott Styris c Gayle b Taylor 10
Peter Fulton c Ramdin b Lewis 49
Brendan McCullum run out 45
Daniel Vettori not out 53
James Franklin not out 14
Extras (8lb, 14w, 4nb) 26
TOTAL (for seven wickets in 42 overs) 204
Fall of wickets: 1-10, 2-13, 3-13, 4-13, 5-49, 6-120,
Bowling: Fidel Edwards 10-1-40-2, Ian Bradshaw 10-2-31-2, Jerome Taylor 5-0-40-1, Dwayne Smith 3-0-18-0, Chris Gayle 8-0-38-0, Rawl Lewis 6-0-29-1.
Chris Gayle b Bond 0
Daren Ganga c McCullum b Mason 7
Runako Morton c Astle b Vettori 39
Ramnaresh Sarwan c McCullum b Mason 14
Shivnarine Chanderpaul b Franklin 17
Wavell Hinds c McCullum b Bond 76
Dwayne Smith run out 19
Denesh Ramdin not out 11
Ian Bradshaw b Patel 5
Fidel Edwards run out 2
Extras (4b, 2lb, 1w, 3nb) 10
TOTAL (for nine wickets in 50 overs) 200
Fall of wickets: 1-5, 2-10, 3-37, 4-60, 5-130, 6-158, 7-184, 8-197, 9-200.
Bowling: James Franklin 10-2-28-1 (1w, 2nb), Shane Bond 10-4-23-2, Michael Mason 8-1-32-2 (1nb), Scott Styris 6-0-51-0, Daniel Vettori 10-1-28-1, Nathan Astle 4-0-18-0, Jeetan Patel 2-0-14-1.