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1999 World Cup: Moody stars as Australia demolish Bangladesh

A fine allround show by Tom Moody (3-25 and 56 in 28 balls) downed Bangladesh. 

Australia reached the target of 179, thanks to big hitting from Gilchrist and Moody, who reached fifty in 28 balls, a World Cup record. Earlier, Bangladeshis were contained to 178-7 despite Minhazul Abedin posting an unbeaten fifty. 

ICC World Cup, 22nd Match: Australia v Bangladesh at Chester-le-Street, May 27, 1999


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IanBishop
2008-05-27 00:00:00
Wow, did not realise that Moody was such a good player. No wonder he can extract the best from his players as a coach nowadays.
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