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#1 nepali_ma

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Posted 20 February 2007 - 10:01 AM

FIRST ODI (16 FEB 2007)

AUS
148 ALL OUT 49.3 OVERS

MEK Hussey 42

NZ
149/0 27 OVERS
L Vincent not out 73
SP Fleming not out 70


SECOND ODI (18 FEB 2007)

AUS
336/4 50 OVERS

MEK Hussey 105
BJ Hodge not out 97

NZ
340/5 48.4 OVERS
RL Taylor 117
PG Fulton not out 76


THIRD ODI (18 FEB 2007)

AUS
346/5 50 OVERS

ML Hayden not out 181
SR Watson 68

NZ
350/9 49.3 OVERS
CD McMillan 117
BB McCullum not out 86


NEW ZEALAND seals WHITEWASH against AUSSIES.

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Edited by nepali_ma, 20 February 2007 - 10:02 AM.


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Posted 21 February 2007 - 11:42 AM

That's really unexpected result when it's concerned to Australia. Australia has lost 5 one day matches in a row now, 2 against England in the final of CB series and 3 against New Zealand. Is it the initiation of the end of Australian domination over International Cricket.

The surprising aspect of the whitewash is that Australia scored 300+ runs in its last two matches, however those huge pile of runs was not enough to stop Kiwis from winning the match and the series. Though Kangaroos were playing without its some of the key players ( inform batsman Ricky Ponting and Adam Gilchrist), there is no point we can consider Australia weaker than New Zealand at any stage. So, I think there is something wrong going within Australian team that disturbs its long-term coordination.

It will be fascinating to see who will be winning the world cup 2007 because at the moment, all the teams are on the same level.
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