Watch Aus vs NZ highlights today – from McLean Park, Napier (New Zealand) Thursday 2nd February 2017. In their last game, Marcus Peter Stoinis from Australia team new youngster 27 years old shocked everyone with his batting performance. He scored 146 runs off 117 balls and he played till the end of the Australian team innings and goes not out. He smashed eleven 6s and nine 4s in his innings. After MP Stoinis, PJ Cummins was the most runs scorer from his team. He scored 36 runs off 28 balls, he smashed five 4s and a maximum.
In that match, Australia won the toss and chose to bowl first and New Zealand scored 286 runs in 50 overs with nine wickets down. MJ Guptill gave a good start to his team by contributing 61 runs. Captain of the team KS Williamson scored 24 runs and out.
NT Broom was the most runs scorer from the NZ team, he scored 73 runs off 75 balls. Third good played batsmen was JDS Neesham who scored 48 runs. MP Stoinis bowled ten overs and took three wickets. PJ Cummins took two and the rest of the Australian bowlers took one wicket each of them. From New Zealand bowlers MJ Santner took three wickets. TA Boult and LH Ferguson took two wickets each of them, TG Southee and C Munro dismissed two batsmen. In the end, New Zealand won by 6 runs which means they are now one victory away from Chappell-Hadlee Trophy 2017 [Australia in New Zealand].
Match Timings: 14:00 local time (01:00 GMT)
New Zealand team
1 Dean Brownlie, 2 Tom Latham (wk), 3 Kane Williamson (capt), 4 Ross Taylor, 5 Neil Broom, 6 Colin Munro, 7 James Neesham, 8 Mitchell Santner, 9 Tim Southee, 10 Lockie Ferguson, 11 Trent Boult.
1 Aaron Finch (capt), 2 Travis Head, 3 Shaun Marsh, 4 Pete Handscomb, 5 Glenn Maxwell, 6 Sam Heazlett, 7 Marcus Stoinis, 8 James Faulkner, 9 Pat Cummins, 10 Mitchell Starc, 11 Josh Hazlewood.
Australia tour of New Zealand, 2nd ODI Highlights
ODI no. 3831 | 2016/17 season
Played at McLean Park, Napier
02 February 2017 – day/night match (50-over match)
Umpires – HDPK Dharmasena
TV umpire – RSA Palliyaguruge
Match referee – RS Madugalle