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Teams: Australia (the Top ODI and Test team in ICC Cricket Rankings for 2004-2005 season) VS. World XI

ICC World XIs vs Victoria

India Cricket Live

ICC World XIs warm-up match against Victoria

ICC World XI Team Director Sunil Gavaskar today announced the ICC World XI team for Sunday's warm-up match against Victoria at the Junction Oval, St Kilda.
Gavaskar also confirmed the appointment of a new vice-captain after the withdrawal of Sachin Tendulkar . "We are very pleased to have nominated Brian Lara as our vice-captain. He has tremendous experience and will be able to provide invaluable support to our captain Shaun Pollock." ICC World XI ODI team: From - Shaun Pollock (Captain), Brian Lara (vice-capt), Shahid Afridi, Shoaib Akhtar, Rahul Dravid , Chris Gayle, Jacques Kallis, Muttiah Muralitharan, Makhaya Ntini, Kevin Pietersen, Kumar Sangakkara and Virender Sehwag . In Picture: Brian Lara India Cricket Live

Vics fall short against World XI

Victoria has fallen 13 runs short of toppling the World XI in the Johnnie Walker Super Series warm-up match at the Junction Oval on Sunday, despite an entertaining 92 from star batsman Brad Hodge and a fine half-century to Michael Klinger.
Set 282 for victory by the World XI, Hodge combined with Klinger to lay the foundations for the Bushrangers with an 89-run partnership, before upping the tempo when joined by David Hussey and later Cameron White. But with the score on 169 in the 36th over, Muttiah Muralitharan claimed the wicket of Hussey for 32 (off 28 balls) before snaring the prized scalp of Hodge four overs later to put a severe dent in the Bushrangers' run chase, and despite some lusty hitting from White and Adam Crosthwaite, the Bushrangers could only reach 9-269.
The World XI was in trouble during the middle of its innings when a four-wicket spell by Shane Harwood reduced the international side to 6-131 before Shaun Pollock, Rahul Dravid and Chris Gayle steadied the ship to set an imposing total. Pollock blasted an unbeaten 54 from just 38 balls, adding 63 for the eighth wicket with Dravid, who made 66 from 80 deliveries. Dravid also combined with Gayle in a 64-run stand for the seventh wicket.

Scorecard

World XI innings
Sangakkara c Hussey b Welsford 42 (49)
Sehwag c Lindsay b Harwood 32 (34)
Kallis c Denton b Harwood 6 (13)
Lara c Klinger b Harwood 9 (14)
Pietersen c Crosthwaite b Harwood 5 (14)
Dravid c White b Lewis 66 (80)
Afridi b White 18 (11)
Gayle st Crosthwaite b White 37 (47)
Pollock not out 54 (38)
Vettori not out 1 (1)
Extras 11 (3lb, 7w, 1nb)
Total (8 wickets, 50 overs) 281

FoW 1-63, 2-80. 3-94, 4-98, 5-107, 6-131, 7-195, 8-258

Bowling
Lewis 9 1 58 1
Denton 10 0 64 0
Harwood 10 1 37 4
Lindsay 2 0 17 0
Welsford 6 0 29 0
White 10 0 49 2
Hodge 3 - 0 24 0

Victoria innings
Jewell lbw b Akhtar 2 (8)
Klinger c Pietersen b Vettori 62 (80)
Hodge c Lara b Muralitharan 92 (116)
Hussey c Pietersen b Muralitharan 32 (28)
White c Afridi b Murali 22 (19)
Quiney run out (Kallis) 3(8)
Moss c Ntini b Kallis 10 (13)
Crosthwaite c Vettori b Akhtar 20 (18)
Welsford c Ntini b Kallis 12 (10)
Lindsay not out 4 (2)
Harwood not out 0 (0)
Extras 10 (2lb, 6w, 2nb)
Total (9 wickets, 50 overs) 269

FoW 1-9, 2-98, 3-169, 4-195, 5-213, 6-222, 7-249, 8-260, 9-265

Bowling
Akhtar 10 2 29 2
Pollock 8 0 44 0
Ntini 7 0 44 1
Kallis 6 0 34 2
Muralitharan 10 0 54 2
Vettori 7 0 44 1
Afridi 2 0 18 - 0 Victoria: Cameron White (Captain), Adam Crosthwaite, Gerard Denton, Shane Harwood, Brad Hodge, David Hussey, Nick Jewell, Michael Klinger, Michael Lewis, Jonathan Moss, Rob Quiney, Tim Welsford. World XI: S Pollock (Captain), B Lara, Shahid Afridi, Shoaib Akhtar, R Dravid, C Gayle, J Kallis, M Muralitharan, M Ntini, K Pietersen, K Sangakkara (Wicket Keeper), V Sehwag.

ICC World XIs vs Australia ODI 1

India Cricket Live

Australia outplay World all-stars

Australia took a 1-0 lead in the Super Series after beating the World XI by 93 runs in the opening one-dayer.
Set 256 to win, the World XI capitulated to 162 all out in the Telstra Dome in Melbourne. England Ashes hero Andrew Flintoff made 38 before he fell to Shane Watson, who also dismissed Kevin Pietersen. Simon Katich top scored for Australia with 58 after being promoted to open the batting, while World XI spinner Daniel Vettori took 4-33.
Australia's total of 255-8 should have been within the scope of the world's top batsmen but West Indies' Brian Lara was out for a duck, Pietersen went lbw for two and Rahul Dravid scored only four. Only opener Kumar Sangakkara, who hit 64 off 94 balls, Flintoff (38) Vettori (15) and Shoaib Akhtar (10) made it into double figures as Man of the Match Watson claimed 3-43 off 10 overs for Australia.

Scorecard

Australia beat ICC World XI by 93 runs
Australia won the toss and decided to bat
255 for 8 (50.0 overs)
162 all out (41.3 overs)

Australia Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
A C Gilchrist
 
b J H Kallis
45
48 7 0
S M Katich c and b M Muralitharan
58
79 4 0
R T Ponting c B C Lara b S M Pollock
23
26 1 1
D R Martyn c D L Vettori b M Muralitharan
0
3 0 0
A Symonds c A Flintoff b D L Vettori
36
54 1 1
M J Clarke c and b D L Vettori
6
16 0 0
M E K Hussey c K P Pietersen b D L Vettori
32
44 1 0
S R Watson c B C Lara b D L Vettori
8
15 0 0
B Lee not out
 
26
17 1 1
N W Bracken not out
 
2
3 0 0
Extras
 
5nb 6w 2b 6lb 19
 
Total
 
for 8 255
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Shoaib Akhtar 9.0 1 49 0
S M Pollock 8.0 1 32 1
A Flintoff 9.0 1 66 0
J H Kallis 4.0 0 26 1
M Muralitharan 10.0 0 41 2
D L Vettori 10.0 1 33 4
Fall of wicket
 
80 A C Gilchrist
128 R T Ponting
128 D R Martyn
142 S M Katich
154 M J Clarke
206 A Symonds
223 S R Watson
231 M E K Hussey

Afridi replaced Muralitharan after 43 overs of Australia's innings

Live Cricket

ICC World XI Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
K C Sangakkara c R T Ponting b S R Watson
64
94 7 0
V Sehwag c M E K Hussey b G D McGrath
6
10 0 0
J H Kallis lbw b G D McGrath
8
23 1 0
B C Lara c A Symonds b N W Bracken
0
2 0 0
R Dravid c R T Ponting b B Lee
4
14 0 0
K P Pietersen lbw b S R Watson
2
6 0 0
A Flintoff c G D McGrath b S R Watson
38
52 2 1
Shahid Afridi lbw b A Symonds
2
4 0 0
S M Pollock run out
 
5
12 0 0
D L Vettori c R T Ponting b B Lee
15
28 0 0
Shoaib Akhtar not out
 
10
5 1 1
Extras
 
1nb 6w 1lb 8
 
Total
 
all out 162
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
B Lee 7.3 2 31 2
G D McGrath 7.0 1 13 2
N W Bracken 8.0 0 36 1
S R Watson 10.0 0 43 3
A Symonds 9.0 0 38 1
Fall of wicket
 
18 V Sehwag
45 J H Kallis
50 B C Lara
75 R Dravid
82 K P Pietersen
101 K C Sangakkara
104 Shahid Afridi
118 S M Pollock
150 A Flintoff
162 D L Vettori

White replaced Martyn after 16 overs of ICC World XI innings

Live Cricket

Umpires: Aleem Dar, S J A Taufel
Australia: A C Gilchrist, S M Katich, R T Ponting, D R Martyn, A Symonds, M J Clarke, M E K Hussey, S R Watson, B Lee, N W Bracken, G D McGrath, C L White (sub)
ICC World XI: V Sehwag, K C Sangakkara, J H Kallis, B C Lara, K P Pietersen, R Dravid, A Flintoff, S M Pollock, D L Vettori, Shoaib Akhtar, M Muralitharan, Shahid Afridi (sub)


ICC World XIs vs Australia ODI 2

India Cricket Live

Super Gilchrist seals series win

Adam Gilchrist rocked the Telstra Dome with an innings of scintillating brilliance as Australia gained an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the three-match one-day series with a 55-run win in Melbourne. After a tepid opening match, there were plenty of fireworks on display in the second game: 601 runs were scored in 95.3 overs, but in the end, Gilchrist's blistering 103 off 79 balls - the fastest century by an Australian in a one-day international - was the difference between the two sides.
Gilchrist's tour de force helped Australia power themselves to a seemingly unassailable 328 for 4. After Sehwag fell cheaply, the mountain suddenly began to look smaller and smaller as Gayle and Sangakkara produced their own brand of light entertainment to light up Friday night in Melbourne. Gayle, in particular, was in cabaret mode, producing a number of spectacular and unorthodox strokes that saw the Australian bowlers clattered all around the big pitch. Chris Gayle and Kumar Sangakkara made half-centuries and Andrew Flintoff made 42 in reply but it proved not enough. Lara played a loose shot to Symonds off the bowling of Nathan Bracken, while Kallis was run out by Ponting.

Scorecard

Australia beat ICC World XI by 55 runs
Australia won the toss and decided to bat
328 for 4 (50.0 overs)
273 all out (45.3 overs)

Australia Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
A C Gilchrist
 
b V Sehwag
103
79 8 4
S M Katich
 
b M Muralitharan
47
71 3 0
R T Ponting run out
 
66
72 4 0
D R Martyn
 
b A Flintoff
54
54 5 0
A Symonds not out
 
31
14 1 2
M J Clarke not out
 
17
15 1 0
Extras
 
5nb 1w 4lb 10
 
Total
 
for 4 328
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Shoaib Akhtar 8.0 1 61 0
S M Pollock 8.0 0 49 0
A Flintoff 8.0 0 64 1
M Muralitharan 10.0 0 43 1
D L Vettori 10.0 0 54 0
J H Kallis 3.0 0 33 0
V Sehwag 3.0 0 20 1
Fall of wicket
 
110 S M Katich
173 A C Gilchrist
276 R T Ponting
276 D R Martyn

Gayle replaced Muralitharan after 47 overs of Australia's innings

Live Cricket

ICC World XI Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
C H Gayle c A C Gilchrist b S R Watson
54
48 8 1
V Sehwag c R T Ponting b B Lee
21
15 4 0
K C Sangakkara run out
 
61
44 9 1
J H Kallis run out
 
11
25 0 0
B C Lara c A Symonds b N W Bracken
5
10 0 0
R Dravid
 
b A Symonds
26
35 2 0
A Flintoff c A Symonds b N W Bracken
42
50 3 0
K P Pietersen c S R Watson b S R Clark
16
22 0 1
S M Pollock c C L White b S R Clark
15
16 0 0
D L Vettori not out
 
10
8 0 0
Shoaib Akhtar c S R Watson b N W Bracken
2
3 0 0
Extras
 
3nb 6w 1lb 10
 
Total
 
all out 273
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
B Lee 8.0 1 47 1
N W Bracken 7.3 0 43 3
S R Clark 9.0 0 55 2
S R Watson 10.0 1 56 1
A Symonds 8.0 0 49 1
C L White 3.0 0 22 0
Fall of wicket
 
27 V Sehwag
125 C H Gayle
151 K C Sangakkara
157 B C Lara
157 J H Kallis
220 A Flintoff
235 R Dravid
250 K P Pietersen
267 S M Pollock
273 Shoaib Akhtar

White replaced Katich at the beginning of ICC innings

Live Cricket

Umpires: D B Hair, R E Koertzen
Australia: S M Katich, A C Gilchrist, R T Ponting, D R Martyn, A Symonds, M J Clarke, M E K Hussey, S R Watson, B Lee, N W Bracken, S R Clark, C L White (sub)
ICC World XI: V Sehwag, K C Sangakkara, J H Kallis, B C Lara, K P Pietersen, R Dravid, A Flintoff, S M Pollock, D L Vettori, Shoaib Akhtar, M Muralitharan, C H Gayle (sub)


ICC World XIs vs Australia ODI 3

India Cricket Live

World XI collapse to third defeat

In a series that had largely lost its point after Australia's second win on Friday, Aussie skipper Ricky Ponting won his third toss out of three - so the hosts batted yet again. Makhaya Ntini had his first start of the match and took a wicket in his first over, when Michael Clarke - opening because of Simon Katich's injury - missed a straight ball to be out lbw. Ponting was out for 68 after a couple of misses by the World stars and his dismissal triggered two more as the World XI hit back through spinners Muttiah Muralitharan and Daniel Vettori. Eventually, they had to be replaced however, and Hussey and Watson piled into the other bowlers, hitting 75 and 66 respectively. Neither man was dismissed in a partnership worth 155.
World XI's reply was rather boring, even by their previous standards. Chris Gayle was bowled second ball by Lee, who was on a hat-trick when Kallis and Lara were dismissed by two fearsome deliveries. Flintoff and Sehwag managed a bright partnership of 60 but once the England man had been bowled by Watson - who finished with 4-39 - it was only a matter of time before the defeat came. In a series of wild swings, the remaining batsmen were swiftly dismissed - the agony was all over in the 28th over. The World XI were out for 137, Virender Sehwag making 37.

Scorecard

Australia won the toss and decided to bat
293 for 5 (50.0 overs)
137 all out (27.5 overs)

Australia Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
A C Gilchrist c and b S M Pollock
32
31 2 1
M J Clarke lbw b M Ntini
3
3 0 0
R T Ponting c B C Lara b M Muralitharan
68
84 8 1
D R Martyn lbw b D L Vettori
33
44 3 0
A Symonds c K C Sangakkara b M Muralitharan
1
5 0 0
M E K Hussey not out
 
75
74 5 1
S R Watson not out
 
66
66 4 0
Extras
 
7nb 1w 7lb 15
 
Total
 
for 5 293
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
S M Pollock 9.0 0 67 1
M Ntini 7.0 0 58 1
A Flintoff 4.2 0 23 0
M Muralitharan 10.0 1 38 2
J H Kallis 1.4 0 11 0
D L Vettori 10.0 0 34 1
C H Gayle 6.0 0 42 0
V Sehwag 2.0 0 13 0
Fall of wicket
 
15 M J Clarke
58 A C Gilchrist
143 R T Ponting
146 A Symonds
148 D R Martyn

ICC World XI Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
C H Gayle
 
b B Lee
0
2 0 0
V Sehwag run out
 
37
40 4 1
K C Sangakkara c D R Martyn b G D McGrath
13
15 2 0
J H Kallis c M E K Hussey b B Lee
2
10 0 0
B C Lara c A C Gilchrist b B Lee
0
1 0 0
A Flintoff
 
b S R Watson
21
25 4 0
R Dravid c D R Martyn b B Lee
16
38 1 0
S M Pollock c C L White b S R Watson
8
27 1 0
D L Vettori c M J Clarke b S R Watson
0
5 0 0
Shahid Afridi c G D McGrath b S R Watson
16
8 2 1
M Ntini not out
 
0
0 0 0
Extras
 
4nb 14w 6lb 24
 
Total
 
all out 137
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
B Lee 9.0 2 30 4
G D McGrath 6.0 0 26 1
N W Bracken 5.0 0 36 0
S R Watson 7.5 0 39 4
Fall of wicket
 
0 C H Gayle
20 K C Sangakkara
27 J H Kallis
27 B C Lara
87 A Flintoff
99 V Sehwag
119 R Dravid
120 D L Vettori
137 S M Pollock
137 Shahid Afridi

Afridi replaces Muralitharan at start of ICC WXI innings

Live Cricket

Umpires: Aleem Dar, D B Hair
Australia: M J Clarke, A C Gilchrist, R T Ponting, D R Martyn, A Symonds, M E K Hussey, S R Watson, C L White, B Lee, N W Bracken, G D McGrath, J R Hopes (sub)
ICC World XI: C H Gayle, V Sehwag, K C Sangakkara, B C Lara, J H Kallis, R Dravid, A Flintoff, S M Pollock, D L Vettori, M Muralitharan, M Ntini, Shahid Afridi (sub)


ICC World XIs vs Australia Super Test

India Cricket Live

Gilchrist aims for Super century

Australia were 331-6 when bad light ended play on day one, with Gilchrist 94 not out and Shane Warne on one. Vice-captain Gilchrist hit four sixes and eight fours in his 109-ball innings after opener Matthew Hayden (In Picture) made 111.
World skipper Graeme Smith hopes they can restrict Australia to under 400 and then establish a first innings lead. "If we can defend 400 and hopefully bat well, then that's a good position in the game and we can really attack in the second innings.

India Cricket Live

Australia in command

Australia were 66 for one in their second innings, with an overall lead of 221 runs, against World XI at stumps on the second day of the Super Series cricket Test. They had scored 345 runs in their first essay, bowled out the World XI for a measly 190 and then made 66 for one in 20 overs (Hayden 27, Ponting 17; Kallis 1/3) .
Shane Warne and Stuart MacGill (In Picture) spun a web around the best batsmen of the world as Australia were firmly in command with World XI trailing by 188 runs at tea with just three wickets in hand in the first innings on the second day of the cricket Test of the ICC Super series. Andrew Flintoff(13) and Daniel Vettori (1) were left to face the Aussie asault after Shane Warne took 3 wickets in eight overs making a mockery of the World's best line-up who had a tough task ahead with just 157 runs on board. India's Virender Sehwag (76) was the lone batsman to put up any semblance of fight as he clubbed the Aussies with his trademark punching shots all over the park after the lunch. But his 84-ball innings studded with 14 boundaries ended after Simon Katich at forward short leg caught a blinder off Warne.

India Cricket Live

World XI bowlers hit back

The World XI bowlers hit back on day three of the six-day Super Test, dismissing Australia for 199 in Sydney.Australia lost their last nine wickets for just 47 runs, their worst batting collapse on home soil for 117 years, Matthew Hayden top-scoring with 77. Muttiah Muralitharan, Andrew Flintoff and Steve Harmison took three wickets.
Australia, resuming on 66-1, looked to be cruising before Harmison bowled Hayden with a deliberate slower delivery and then claimed Michael Clarke for five before lunch. In the afternoon, England paceman Flintoff was again the catalyst for the World XI, removing Australian captain Ricky Ponting, caught behind, for 54. Play was disrupted by bad light for 75 minutes after tea, but the World XI needed less than three overs to wrap up the Australia innings when the action resumed.
In reply, the World XI got off to the worst possible start when Smith was bowled by McGrath for a duck. MacGill struck in his second over when Sehwag caught a slight under-edge to wicket-keeper Gilchrist for seven. Rahul Dravid , 17 not out, and Brian Lara, who had yet to get off the mark, had no hesitation in accepting the umpires offer for bad light with 34 scheduled overs left in the day's play.

India Cricket Live

Australia trounce World XI

Australia's spinners ripped through the World XI to record a convincing 210-run victory on day four of the Super Series Test in Sydney.
Resuming on 25-2, the World XI lost Rahul Dravid (23), Brian Lara (36) and Inzamam-ul-Haq (0) before lunch. Stuart MacGill took four wickets on and Shane Warne three as the World XI were all out for 144.
Only Virender Sehwag made a half-century for the World in the test!

Scorecard

Test Match Series: Australia v ICC World XI
14-10-2005 at Sydney
Australia beat ICC World XI by 210 runs
Australia won the toss and decided to bat
345 all out (90.0 overs)
199 all out (65.3 overs)
190 all out (47.1 overs)
144 all out (50.0 overs)

Australia 1st Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
J L Langer
 
b S J Harmison
0
3 0 0
M L Hayden c J H Kallis b M Muralitharan
111
180 13 0
R T Ponting c J H Kallis b A Flintoff
46
76 6 1
M J Clarke c V Sehwag b D L Vettori
39
68 4 0
S M Katich run out
 
0
9 0 0
A C Gilchrist lbw b A Flintoff
94
111 8 4
S R Watson lbw b M Muralitharan
24
60 1 0
S K Warne c J H Kallis b A Flintoff
5
20 0 0
B Lee c G C Smith b A Flintoff
1
10 0 0
G D McGrath run out
 
0
5 0 0
S C G MacGill not out
 
0
5 0 0
Extras
 
6nb 3w 5b 11lb 25
 
Total
 
all out 345
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
S J Harmison 18.0 3 60 1
A Flintoff 18.0 3 59 4
J H Kallis 7.0 1 35 0
M Muralitharan 30.0 3 102 2
D L Vettori 17.0 3 73 1
Fall of wicket
 
0 J L Langer
73 R T Ponting
154 M J Clarke
163 S M Katich
260 M L Hayden
323 S R Watson
331 A C Gilchrist
339 S K Warne
344 B Lee
345 G D McGrath

ICC World XI 1st Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
G C Smith c A C Gilchrist b B Lee
12
25 1 0
V Sehwag c S M Katich b S K Warne
76
82 14 0
R Dravid c A C Gilchrist b G D McGrath
0
6 0 0
B C Lara lbw b G D McGrath
5
8 1 0
J H Kallis c M L Hayden b S K Warne
44
94 8 0
Inzamam-ul-Haq st A C Gilchrist b S C G MacGill
1
5 0 0
A Flintoff c B Lee b S C G MacGill
35
36 0 4
M V Boucher c A C Gilchrist b S K Warne
0
2 0 0
D L Vettori not out
 
8
16 0 0
S J Harmison c M J Clarke b S C G MacGill
1
8 0 0
M Muralitharan c J L Langer b S C G MacGill
2
4 0 0
Extras
 
3nb 1w 1b 1lb 6
 
Total
 
all out 190
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
G D McGrath 12.0 4 34 2
B Lee 8.0 1 54 1
S R Watson 6.0 0 38 0
S K Warne 12.0 3 23 3
S C G MacGill 9.1 0 39 4
Fall of wicket
 
27 G C Smith
31 R Dravid
43 B C Lara
134 V Sehwag
135 Inzamam-ul-Haq
147 J H Kallis
151 M V Boucher
183 A Flintoff
184 S J Harmison
190 M Muralitharan

Australia 2nd Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
J L Langer c G C Smith b J H Kallis
22
33 2 0
M L Hayden
 
b S J Harmison
77
120 9 0
R T Ponting c M V Boucher b A Flintoff
54
111 4 0
M J Clarke
 
b S J Harmison
5
8 1 0
S M Katich c and b M Muralitharan
2
22 0 0
A C Gilchrist c J H Kallis b M Muralitharan
1
3 0 0
S R Watson c M V Boucher b A Flintoff
10
37 1 0
S K Warne c R Dravid b A Flintoff
7
19 0 0
B Lee c M Muralitharan b S J Harmison
3
28 0 0
G D McGrath c G C Smith b M Muralitharan
2
9 0 0
S C G MacGill not out
 
0
5 0 0
Extras
 
2nb 7b 7lb 16
 
Total
 
all out 199
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
S J Harmison 12.3 2 41 3
A Flintoff 16.0 2 48 3
J H Kallis 3.0 1 3 1
M Muralitharan 24.0 5 55 3
D L Vettori 10.0 0 38 0
Fall of wicket
 
30 J L Langer
152 M L Hayden
160 M J Clarke
167 R T Ponting
167 S M Katich
170 A C Gilchrist
177 S K Warne
192 S R Watson
195 G D McGrath
199 B Lee

ICC World XI 2nd Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
G C Smith
 
b G D McGrath
0
5 0 0
V Sehwag c A C Gilchrist b S C G MacGill
7
14 0 1
R Dravid c M L Hayden b S K Warne
23
67 3 0
B C Lara c A C Gilchrist b S K Warne
36
51 7 0
J H Kallis not out
 
39
86 3 1
Inzamam-ul-Haq lbw b B Lee
0
2 0 0
A Flintoff c sub b S C G MacGill
15
27 2 0
M V Boucher c M L Hayden b S K Warne
17
43 1 0
D L Vettori c R T Ponting b S C G MacGill
0
5 0 0
S J Harmison lbw b S C G MacGill
0
1 0 0
M Muralitharan st A C Gilchrist b S C G MacGill
0
3 0 0
Extras
 
4nb 1b 2lb 7
 
Total
 
all out 144
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
G D McGrath 6.0 3 8 1
B Lee 10.0 2 42 1
S K Warne 19.0 4 48 3
S C G MacGill 15.0 4 43 5
Fall of wicket
 
0 G C Smith
18 V Sehwag
56 R Dravid
69 B C Lara
70 Inzamam-ul-Haq
122 A Flintoff
143 M V Boucher
144 D L Vettori
144 S J Harmison
144 M Muralitharan

Umpires: R E Koertzen, S J A Taufel
Australia: J L Langer, M L Hayden, R T Ponting, M J Clarke, S M Katich, S R Watson, A C Gilchrist, S K Warne, B Lee, G D McGrath, S C G MacGill
ICC World XI: G C Smith, V Sehwag, R Dravid, Inzamam-ul-Haq, B C Lara, J H Kallis, A Flintoff, M V Boucher, D L Vettori, S J Harmison, M Muralitharan


Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.