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Statistical Review: Australia vs New Zealand 2016 – Second ODI 

Statistical Review: Australia vs New Zealand 2016 – Second ODI
Australia vs New Zealand - 2nd ODI

Australia secured Chappell-Hadlee trophy after beating New Zealand in the 2nd ODI at Manuka Oval (Canberra). After winning the toss, New Zealand sent Australia to bat first. Australia made 378/5 in 50 overs.

In reply, New Zealand was bowled out for 262 runs in 47.2 overs. Australia won the 2nd ODI match by 116 runs and also secured the 3-match ODI series by leading 2-0.

Brief Scores: Australia – 378/5 in 50 overs (David Warner 119, Mitchell Marsh 76*, Tim Southee 2/63)

New Zealand – 262 in 47.2 overs (Kane Williamson 81, James Neesham 74, Pat Cummins 4/41)

Result – Australia won by 116 runs

Some of the statistical highlights of the match are given below:

  1. Australia’s opening batsman David Warner hit a century in this ODI as he scored 119 runs before getting out. It was Warner’s 6th ODI centuries in 2016 which is the highest no. of ODI centuries hit by an Australian batsman in a calendar year. Previously, Ricky Ponting (2003 and 2007) had hit twice and Matthew Hayden (2007) had hit once 5-ODI centuries in a calendar year.

 

  1. After batting first, Australia made a mammoth total of 378/5 at the end of 50 overs. It was Australia’s 3rd highest ODI total and 2nd highest home ODI total. Australia’s highest home ODI total is 417/6 (also Australia’s second highest ODI total overall) against Afghanistan at Perth on 4th March 2015.

Australia’s highest ODI total (overall) is 434/4 against South Africa at Johannesburg on 12th March 2006.

Also, Australia’s 378/5 was the second highest ODI total at Manuka Oval. The highest ODI total at this ground is 411/4 by South Africa against Ireland on 3rd March 2015.

 

  1. Total 4 Australian batsmen scored 50+ runs during Australian innings. These 4 Australian batsmen were: David Warner (119), Steven Smith (72), Travis Head (57) and Mitchell Marsh (76*).

i) It was the 8th time where 4 or more Australian batsmen scored 50+ runs in an ODI innings.

ii) Also, it was the 2nd time where 4 Australian batsmen scored 50+ runs in an ODI innings in The first one was against Sri Lanka in Sydney on 8th March 2015.

iii) It was the 2nd time where 4 Australian batsmen scored 50+ runs in an ODI innings against New Zealand.  The first one was at Christchurch on 10th December 2005.

 

  1. New Zealand pacer Matt Henry was very expensive in this ODI as his bowling figure was 10-0-91-0. Henry became the most runs conceded bowler for New Zealand in an ODI match against Australia. The previous record holder was Mark Gillespie who had conceded 83 runs (10-0-83-2) at Hamilton on 20th February 2007.

Overall, Henry became the 5th most runs conceded bowler for New Zealand in an ODI match.

 

  1. Apart from Matt Henry (0/91), another New Zealand bowler Trent Boult was also very expensive as his bowling figure was 10-0-80-1. It was the first time in ODI history where more than one New Zealand bowler conceded 80+ runs in an ODI innings.

 

  1. Australia won this ODI by 116 runs. It was Australia’s 3rd largest ODI victory (by runs) against New Zealand in Australia.

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