#1 three shots in the second half. von miaowang123 27.08.2019 03:57

Mark Butcher believes Shane Watson played one of his finest innings as his unbeaten half century propelled Australia past Pakistan and into the World Cup semi-finals. Watson (64no from 66 balls) guided Australia to a six-wicket victory in Adelaide after entering the crease with his team teetering on 59-3 in pursuit of 214.The 33-year-old, who was dropped for the match with Afghanistan earlier in the tournament, held firm while the effervescent Wahab Riaz (2-54) came hurtling in. To get your team over the line is the aim of any cricketer and to have done it having weathered a pace storm from the unbelievably fired-up Wahab will make it extra special.” Mark Butcher And former England batsmen Butcher told Sky Sports that Watson will be delighted with his knock, one that secured a Sydney showdown with India on Thursday, March 26.“That innings from Watson will give him more pleasure than any 80 or hundred he would have made in easier circumstances,” said Butcher, who played 71 Tests for England but no one-day internationals.“To get your team over the line is the aim of any cricketer and to have done it having weathered a pace storm from the unbelievably fired-up Wahab will make it extra special.”CaptivatedWatson, whose half century was his 33rd in ODI cricket, was on the backfoot early in his innings with left-armer Wahab peppering him with a hostile spell of seam. Wahab Riaz says being unable to call upon the injured Mohammad Irfan was a big blow for Pakistan as they lost to Australia in the World Cup quarter-finals. “I was captivated by the battle, as everybody else was, and it was almost a mini episode of Test cricket in a one-day game,” said Michael Atherton after commentating on the match.“It has happened a lot in this tournament, though, as with batsmen dominating, captains have realised they need their fast bowlers bowling aggressively to try and prevent an onslaught from batters later on.”Watson, however, was given a costly reprieve by Rahat Ali when on four, the Pakistan quick shelling a routine catch at fine leg off the bowling of Wahab.But former Australia all-rounder Marcus North says that slip-up was just one of a number of differences between the sides. Watch this huge error from Rahat Ali which could prove costly for Pakistan in their quarter-final clash with Australia. “It was a very tense, close contest in the end but as a package Australia are better than Pakistan,” said North, after watching Michael Clarke’s men skittle their opponents for 213 and then chalk off their target in 33.5 overs, thanks also to scores from Steve Smith (65) and Glenn Maxwell (44no).“They just have more match winners, either with amazing hitters or in the bowling, while Pakistan have also been unable to master the fielding aspect of the game.”Highlights of Australias win over Pakistan will be available on Sky Sports World Cup at 1pm, 4pm, 7pm and 10pm with The Verdict, featuring VVS Laxman and Jacques Kallis, following each show.Highlights of the match are also available in Hindi over on Zee Cinema (channel 790). Adidas Ultra Boost 4.0 Suomi . 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"I looked like Forrest Gump," he joked.ORLANDO, Fla. - Matthias Vihjalmsson scored the eventual winner in the 42nd minute to give Iceland a 2-1 victory over Canada in a mens national soccer friendly on Friday.Kristinn Steindorsson scored six minutes into the match and starting goalkeeper Hannes Thor Halldorsson held the Canadians scoreless in the first half. Ingvar Jonsson stopped two-of-three shots in the second half.Canadas all-time leading scorer Dwayne De Rosario had the Canadians lone goal in the 70th minute. Maxim Tissot and Samuel Piette added assists.De Rosario, whos currently a free agent after Toronto FC declined the option on his contract for the upcoming season, called the Canadian performance something to build on.We played some good football, the 36-year-old Toronto native said.dddddddddddd Two plays where we lose focus and get scored on. One thing the coach (Benito Floro) said was limit their free kicks and corner kicks and the first five minutes, what do we do? We take a man down in the box and they score.So its just being mindful, being aware and paying attention to details. If we can do that, were looking good because the way we are moving the ball, our rhythm of play is getting better and better.Canadian keeper Kyriakos Stamatopoulos allowed both Iceland goals on three shots on net.Canada is ranked 112th in the world while Iceland is 33rd.The two sides had played each other only once before — a 1-1 draw in an international friendly in Reykjavik on Aug. 22, 2007.They meet again Monday in Orlando. ' ' '

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