Champions Trophy: Williamson gets 100 but New Zealand collapse against Australia

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Champions Trophy: Williamson gets 100 but New Zealand collapse against Australia
Champions Trophy: Williamson gets 100 but New Zealand collapse against Australia

Champions Trophy: Williamson gets 100 but New Zealand collapse against Australia

Champions Trophy: Williamson gets 100. New Zealand captain Williamson created an excellent century then again saw his aspect suffer a dramatic batting collapse against Australia.

Champions Trophy: Williamson gets 100 but New Zealand collapse against Australia
Champions Trophy: New Zealand vs Australia

In a match reduced by rain to 46 overs per aspect, the Blackcaps were on track for a score.

Blackcaps discharged for 291 when losing their last seven wickets for thirty seven runs in thirty five balls.

Hazlewood took 3 wickets in four balls to finish the innings with associate degree over to spare.

Luke Ronchi crystal rectifier the means with a dashing sixty five that saw him launch Pat Cummins high over long-off for 6.

Australia had opted against fielding all four of their complete quick bowlers, with James Pattinson the person World Health Organization disregarded on weekday.

Cummins, however, had already tried dear by the time rain stopped play with New Zealand sixty seven for one midway through the tenth over.

The players were off the sphere for nearly 2 hours and once they came, Ronchi carried on during a fifteenth over.

Ronchi celebrated by flat-batting a four before ending the over with a soaring straight six.

Cummins’s initial 5 wicketless overs had value fifty two runs.

Alongside Ross Taylor, he placed on ninety nine for the third wicket.

Williamson, however, hoisted Hastings for a legside six to travel into the 90s before a flicked four and driven single off a similar bowler saw him to a 96-ball century.

His second fifty came off simply thirty four balls.

But then Moises Henriques’s  throw to Cummins to run out Williamson(for a pointy single).

Hazlewood discharged tailenders Adam Milne and Mitchell Santner as they went for large hits.

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