Aus vs Pak: Last over that knocked India out

Updated: 30 September 2009 16:38 IST

CricketNDTV.com takes a look at the last over between the two teams that saw India's chances completely wiped off.

Aus vs Pak: Last over that knocked India out

New Delhi:

This is it. India is out of Champions Trophy, not by their own choice, but their fate was sealed when Australia defeated Pakistan on Wednesday by 2 wickets.

CricketNDTV.com takes a look at the last over between the two teams that saw India's chances completely wiped off.

Over No. - 50, 4 runs needed off 6 balls

For Australia - Brett Lee batting at 10 and Nathan Hauritz batting at 8

For Pakistan - Umar Gul bowled the last over

Gul to Lee, 49.1: Lee drove it to straight wicket. No run on this ball.

Now, 4 runs were needed off 5 balls.

Gul to Lee, 49.2: It was an inswinging Yorker, Lee sneaked one run on it, wide of the keeper.

3 runs to win, 2 to qualify.

Gul to Hauritz, 49.3: It was a slower one that Hauritz pushed back to the bowler. No run.

Gul to Hauritz, 49.4: Hauritz drove it to mid-wicket and just one run came off this ball, thanks to brilliant Misbah dive.

2 runs off 2 balls.

Gul to Lee, 49.5: Lee played with all his patience to take one run off this ball. With this run, Australia drew the match with Pakistan and qualified for the elite top four.

Now, just 1 run off 1 ball.

Gul to Hauritz, 49.6: It was a bye and Australia huffed and puffed to victory by two wickets. The delivery was full and wide, Hauritz missed it and Lee ran from the other end to sneak a run while wicket-keeper Akmal missed the under-arm throw.

And that was the end to India's Champions Trophy campaign.



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