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World Cup: Steve Smith's innings at idle, New Zealand beat Australia by 1 wicket

World Cup: Steve Smith's innings at idle, New Zealand beat Australia by 1 wicket 

The guest team achieved the target of 10 ball live 278 runs, making Australia the first one-day defeat in 10 matches, though not considered to be full international. 

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NEW Delhi:
Will Young's 130 run of New Zealand (New Zealand) was won by seven wickets in Australia in a practice match for the World Cup on Wednesday. The guest team achieved the target of 10 ball live 278 runs, making Australia the first one-day defeat in 10 matches, though not considered to be full international.

Steve Smith's unbeaten 89-run innings for Australia also went unserviceable. The new Zealand, who are not part of the World Cup team of New Zealand, scored 11 fours and two sixes in the 132-ball innings. George Worker (56) and Tame Latham (unbeaten 69) also scored the lead in the non-existence of Kane Williamsen, Martin Guptill and Trent Bolt, New Zealand (new Zealand) by winning 283 runs for three wickets in response to a 277 run over Australia (Australian) for six wickets.


Australia's fast bowler Miguel Stark (Mitchella Stark) has made a comeback after the injury and scored two wickets in five overs with 14 runs. Then they were taken away from bowling.

Three months ago, the Micheal Stark (Mitchella Stark) muscles got hurt. Earlier former skipper Steve Smith (Steve Smith) 's unbeaten 89 run was the center of the draw which had four skyscrapers.

This was his second only match after the Australian team's comeback after withstanding a one-year ban due to tampering with the ball. He then landed at the crease when Shaun Marsh were on 28 runs.

Usman Khawaja and Glenn Maxwell are also in good form, having scored 56 and 52 runs respectively. David Warner, however, could not do so well and returned to the pavilion after playing just six balls. AUS (Australia) had won the first match of three unofficial matches by one wicket. 

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