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India Vs Australia Cricket World Cup 2011 Quarter Finals


India defeated the 3-time Cricket World Cup Champions Australia in the Quarter Finals of World Cup 2011 by 5 wickets on 24th March, 2011 in the Sardar Patel stadium, Ahmedabad.

Yuvaraj Singh presented a fascinating play while the cyclone of fall of wickets was scaring the millions of Indian audience. The unbeaten partnership with 74 runs from 61 balls (Run Rate: 7.28) of Yuvaraj Singh with SK Raina was a vital role which lead to the Victory for India in the 2nd Quarter finals of Cricket World Cup 2011.
The 57 runs from the Yuvaraj's bat and 2 wickets from his bowling were most valuable which dismissed Australia from Cricket World Cup 2011 without maiden even into Semi-finals.
Yuvaraj's understanding during batting with any player is much appreciated and has a witness from the last two matches one with West Indies and the other Australia in the Cricket World Cup 2011.

India has a date with Pakisthan in the Cricket World Cup 2011 Semi-finals on 30th March in Mohali.

The analysis for Powerplay of Cricket World Cup Quarter final match between India Vs Australia clearly shows that the team which demands Powerplay is being benefited.

Australia innings:
* 1st Powerplay (Mandatory): Between 0.1 - 10.0 Overs (Scored 40 runs, lost 1 wicket)
* 2nd Powerplay (Bowling side): Between 10.1 - 15.0 Overs ( Scored 30 runs, lost 0 wicket)
* 3rd Powerplay (Batting side): Between 43.1 - 48.0 Overs ( Scored 44 runs, lost 0 wicket)
* Innings Break: Australia - 260/6 in 50.0 overs

India innings:
* 1st Powerplay (Mandatory): Between 0.1 - 10.0 Overs (Scored 50 runs, lost 1 wicket)
* 2nd Powerplay (Bowling side): Between 10.1 - 15.0 Overs ( Scored 26 runs, lost 0 wicket)
* 3rd Powerplay (Batting side): Between 45.1 - 50.0 Overs ( Scored 22 runs, lost 0 wicket, 16 balls)

* India Won - 261/5 runs in 47.4 overs


Reference: http://www.espncricinfo.com/


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