Shane Watson 185 Runs Video Highlights on 96 balls vs Bangladesh 11 April 2011 at Mirpur

Shane Watson celebrates after reaching his sixth ODI century, Bangladesh v Australia, 2nd ODI, Mirpur, April 11, 2011 ©Associated Press by www.ycric.com

Shane Watson 185 Runs off 96 Balls Highlights against Bangladesh

Shane Watson put flying 185 runs on just 96 balls in 2nd odi match of 3 odi series against Bangladesh at Mir pur, Bangladesh. With his brilliant batting and marvelous century. He hit 15 Sixes and 15 fours in his fastest batting ever. This was the most sixes in an odi world record. He smashed all bowlers of Bangladesh to make his 185 Runs.

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Shane Watson also scored the most runs in boundaries in an ODI innings. The previous record was Herschelle Gibbs’s 126 runs in boundaries during his 175 in Johannesburg in 2006.

Watson scored 185 off 96 balls, out of a total of 232. 80% of the runs. “Made my job easy,” Ponting tells Neo Sports. “Just had to get a single to give him strike. No one expected it to get over that fast. I have been lucky to play with some great players, Watto has played some great innings … this was an amazing innings. Some of those sixes would have cleared any boundary in the world. Probably won’t sink into us for a while how good that was …”

This is also the highest score by an Australian in an ODI. Beating Hayden’s 181 against New Zealand.

Shakib looks a little shell shocked at the presentation ceremony. “He batted really well, all the credit goes to him … We put on a reasonable total, but the way he batted … when we started with spinners the ball was coming on to the bat nicely, by the time the ball stopped coming on to the bat he was well set and hitting everything.”

Clarke: “That’s probably the best innings I’ve seen. Hit the ball so cleanly from the start today … full credit to Watto.” Clarke’s also happy with the way his spinners bowled.

Shane Watson is the Man of the Match. Obviously. “Nice day today,” he says with a smile. “Everything came off and a little bit of luck as well.” Was the sixes record planned? “I had no idea, I was pretty tired and didn’t want to run too much. Was pretty hot and humid so I tried to limit my running and it worked out nicely. The ball didn’t turn too much today … made it easier to execute.”

Shane Watson 185 Runs Commentary (ball by ball):
0.1 Shafiul Islam to Watson, 1 wide, starts with a wide ball outside off stump, was just inside the tram line I think but the umpire is harsher than I am
0.1 Shafiul Islam to Watson, FOUR, short, wide and smashed. Too much room from Shafiul and poor length, Watson cuts with power through point
0.2 Shafiul Islam to Watson, no run, good length and closer to off stump, Watson moves forward and shoulders arms
0.3 Shafiul Islam to Watson, FOUR, length ball outside off, Watson strides forward and plays a muscular drive past the short cover fielder and wide of the man at mid-off
0.4 Shafiul Islam to Watson, FOUR, too full and straight, Watson barely moves before bringing his bat down straight and driving the ball between the bowler and mid-on, Shafiul copping a hammering
0.5 Shafiul Islam to Watson, no run, driven off the front foot into the ground and towards the bowler
0.6 Shafiul Islam to Watson, 1 run, short and wide outside off again, Watson cuts into the ground and over backward point towards third man
Australia 14/0   SR Watson 13* (6b 3×4)
1.1 Abdur Razzak to Watson, no run, defended on the front foot towards the bowler
1.2 Abdur Razzak to Watson, no run, Watson goes back and plays towards the bowler
1.3 Abdur Razzak to Watson, no run, good length and very straight, driven back to the bowler once again
1.4 Abdur Razzak to Watson, no run, Watson closes the face to play on the leg side but misses and gets hit on the pad, Razzak appeals but that was missing leg
1.5 Abdur Razzak to Watson, FOUR, that’s too short and what a shot that is! Watson clears his front foot out of the way and pulls the ball hard and straight past the bowler. All the finesse of a wrecking ball but it got the job done.
1.6 Abdur Razzak to Watson, 1 run, played towards deep midwicket for a single
Australia 19/0   SR Watson 18* (12b 4×4)
2.1 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, no run, the arm ball into the right-hander, Watson defends on the off side
2.2 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, no run, Watson gets down on one knee to sweep and gets an inside edge behind square when he was aiming for midwicket
2.3 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, 2 runs, played behind point for two more
2.4 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, SIX, Watson uses his long reach to lunge forward and heave the ball over deep midwicket, immense power, Australia are racing away and Haddin hasn’t faced a ball!
2.5 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, 1 run, driven off the pads to deep midwicket, and Haddin has the strike
Australia 28/0   SR Watson 27* (17b 4×4 1×6)
5.1 Abdur Razzak to Watson, no run, that’s fired down leg side and Watson misses the glance. Huge appeal for caught behind but the umpire is unmoved. No wide called so must have been pad.
5.2 Abdur Razzak to Watson, FOUR, and Watson continues bullying the bowlers, waiting for the ball to angle into him before swinging with power through midwicket
5.3 Abdur Razzak to Watson, no run, defended back to the bowler
5.4 Abdur Razzak to Watson, no run, played off the back foot towards midwicket
5.5 Abdur Razzak to Watson, SIX, What’s Watson had for lunch? He clears his front foot out of the way to open his shoulders and create hitting space. And hit it he does, slamming the ball over deep midwicket with a slog sweep
5.6 Abdur Razzak to Watson, 1 run, bowled flat on middle stump, played off the back foot through midwicket, Watson keeps strike now
Australia 45/0   SR Watson 38* (23b 5×4 2×6)
6.1 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, SIX, that’s short and Watson is hitting better balls than those. He hits this one as well, pulling it flat off the back foot over the deep square leg boundary
6.2 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, no run, fired in quick outside off, Watson aimed for another hit but then cut the ball into the ground towards slip
6.3 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, SIX, ok this is painful to watch now, Watson gets to fifty by heaving a short ball off the back foot over long-on, cleared it comfortably. Bangladesh had got to 50 in the 18th over.
6.4 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, no run, Watson misses the slog sweep, Bangladesh sigh in relief
6.5 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, no run, defended on the off side
6.6 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, 1 run, ah ha, Watson cleverly keeps strike by pushing the last ball towards wide mid-on
Australia 58/0   SR Watson 51* (29b 5×4 4×6)
7.1 Abdur Razzak to Watson, 1 run, full ball on middle stump, Watson is magnanimous and takes a single by driving to long-on
Australia 59/0   SR Watson 52* (30b 5×4 4×6)
8.1 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, no run, Watson strides forward, but instead of unleashing hell on the bowlers in the direction of midwicket, he defends.
8.2 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, 1 run, played through the leg side for a single
Australia 62/0   SR Watson 53* (32b 5×4 4×6)
9.1 Abdur Razzak to Watson, no run, Watson tries to play the leg glance but makes poor contact
9.2 Abdur Razzak to Watson, no run, Watson lunges forward and defends with a straight bat
9.3 Abdur Razzak to Watson, no run, driven hard into the ground and towards the bowler
9.4 Abdur Razzak to Watson, no run, the quicker ball on middle stump, Watson is waiting for the opportunity to hit but doesn’t get it, he defends on the off side
9.5 Abdur Razzak to Watson, SIX, well he’s got it this time, short ball and that is simply too easy for Watson who once again shows off his pulling skills by heaving a long hop into the first tier at midwicket
9.6 Abdur Razzak to Watson, no run, tries to play down to fine leg but misses and gets hit on the pad
Australia 68/1   SR Watson 59* (38b 5×4 5×6)
11.1 Rubel Hossain to Watson, no run, good length at skiddy pace around off stump, Watson defends on the front foot
11.2 Rubel Hossain to Watson, FOUR, short and wide outside off stump, Watson moves forward and lays into it, swinging his bat heavily to cut the ball through point
11.3 Rubel Hossain to Watson, no run, Watson drives the ball hard into the ground towards cover, he bats with such industrial power
11.4 Rubel Hossain to Watson, FOUR, short and wide outside off stump, Watson slashes and goes hard at the ball, edging it in the air towards the third man boundary
11.5 Rubel Hossain to Watson, 1 run, length ball outside off stump, the broad bat of Watson comes crashing down on the ball and sends it through cover point
Australia 77/1   SR Watson 68* (43b 7×4 5×6)
12.3 Suhrawadi Shuvo to Watson, 1 run, punched off the back foot towards long on for a single
12.5 Suhrawadi Shuvo to Watson, 1 run, tossed up on middle stump, Watson makes room and drives along the ground to long-on
Australia 86/1   SR Watson 70* (45b 7×4 5×6)
13.1 Rubel Hossain to Watson, no run, good length and straight, punched off the front foot towards mid-off
13.2 Rubel Hossain to Watson, FOUR, that’s a little short and Watson pulls, hitting the ball with the toe of the bat. Such is his power though that the ball races to the midwicket boundary
13.3 Rubel Hossain to Watson, no run, good length outside off, Watson drives off the front foot to cover, smack out of the middle that was
13.4 Rubel Hossain to Watson, no run, fuller length outside off, driven off the front foot towards mid-off
13.5 Rubel Hossain to Watson, (no ball) FOUR, he can be delicate too! A high full toss on leg stump, and instead of smashing it to smithereens, Watson merely helps it around the corner, wide of the fielder at short fine leg
13.5 Rubel Hossain to Watson, 1 run, a full ball nearly in the blockhole, dug out past the bowler for a single
Australia 96/1   SR Watson 79* (51b 9×4 5×6)
14.1 Suhrawadi Shuvo to Watson, FOUR, too far down leg side, Watson gets down on one knee and sweeps the ball in the air and down to the vacant long-leg boundary
14.2 Suhrawadi Shuvo to Watson, SIX, this is brutal, Watson gets down low once again, and swings the hammer of Thor to bash to ball over deep square leg with the slog sweep, unbelievable striking
14.3 Suhrawadi Shuvo to Watson, no run, played back to the bowler
14.4 Suhrawadi Shuvo to Watson, 1 run, pushed off the front foot towards mid-on
Australia 107/1   SR Watson 90* (55b 10×4 6×6)
15.1 Rubel Hossain to Watson, 1 run, punched towards long-on off the back foot
15.5 Rubel Hossain to Watson, no run, played from the crease towards point
15.6 Rubel Hossain to Watson, 1 run, short and wide outside off, cut off the front foot to deep point to bring up the 50 partnership
Australia 112/1   SR Watson 92* (58b 10×4 6×6)
16.1 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, no run, defended on the front foot
16.2 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, no run, pushed off the front foot back to the bowler, he’s biding his time here
16.3 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, no run, he got into position to hit over midwicket but had to defend off the back foot because the ball was flat and fast
16.4 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, 1 run, played off the pads through midwicket for a single
Australia 113/1   SR Watson 93* (62b 10×4 6×6)
17.1 Rubel Hossain to Watson, 1 run, 6 off two now, this one was a yorker on off stump, Watson dug it out on the off side for a single
17.5 Rubel Hossain to Watson, 1 run, a full ball with some swing into the right-hander, Watson flicks through square leg. He needs five off 1 ball to break Hayden’s record. Five off 2 to equal it.
Australia 122/1   SR Watson 95* (64b 10×4 6×6)
18.2 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, no run, ah, Watson! Defends the ball back to the bowler to give up the chance of breaking Hayden’s fastest hundred by an Australian
18.3 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, 1 run, driven off the back foot through cover
18.5 Shakib Al Hasan to Watson, 1 run, Watson moves back, gets cramped for room, but still manages to punch the ball through wide mid-on
Australia 127/1   SR Watson 97* (67b 10×4 6×6)
19.1 Shafiul Islam to Watson, 2 runs, Watson tries to drive but gets an inside edge behind square, he comes back for the second and moves on to 99
19.2 Shafiul Islam to Watson, FOUR, take a bow Shane Watson! He brings up ODI century No. 6 with a fluent drive of the front foot through extra cover, threading the gap between cover and mid-off. Terrific shot.
19.3 Shafiul Islam to Watson, FOUR, dropped. Watson goes big, lofting the ball high in the air towards long-on where Razzak runs back and tries to take the catch, he gets both hands to it but can’t hold on, the ball pops out of his hands and falls just inside the boundary before going over. Tough chance, because Razzak was looking over his shoulder while he was running towards the boundary
19.4 Shafiul Islam to Watson, 1 run, full toss on middle and leg, Watson flicks the ball through midwicket
19.6 Shafiul Islam to Watson, 1 run, the slower ball and Watson works it through midwicket
Australia 142/1   SR Watson 109* (72b 12×4 6×6)
20.1 Abdur Razzak to Watson, FOUR, Watson aims for the coruscating swing over midwicket but gets a thick edge that flies over the man at first slip for four
20.2 Abdur Razzak to Watson, 1 run, hit in the air but falls well short of the man at long-on
20.4 Abdur Razzak to Watson, 1 run, dropped! Again! Watson finally mis-times a slog sweep high in the air towards deep midwicket, Raqibal Hasan runs to his right towards the ball, gets to it while he’s on the move and then drops it. Not an easy chance but they must be taken if you want to compete against Australia.
Australia 149/1   SR Watson 115* (75b 13×4 6×6)
21.2 Suhrawadi Shuvo to Watson, SIX, so we’ve seen this before. Watson down on one knee, waiting for the ball angling into him from the left-armer, swinging the bat with tremendous power and slamming the ball over deep midwicket
21.3 Suhrawadi Shuvo to Watson, SIX, Bangladesh are being battered and bullied, Watson gets down and then hammers it over the long-on boundary this time, he clears it by miles
21.4 Suhrawadi Shuvo to Watson, SIX, this is carnage, Bangladesh are defenceless, rubbish bowling though. Full toss on leg stump and Watson swings it over the deep backward square leg boundary. He’s hit the most sixes by an Australian in an innings.
21.5 Suhrawadi Shuvo to Watson, SIX, this has gone too, Watson picks it up from outside off and heaves the ball over wide long-on, that went into the first tier
21.6 Suhrawadi Shuvo to Watson, 2 runs, Watson hammers the ball hard and straight but along the ground, giving the fielder at long off some work to do
Australia 179/1   SR Watson 141* (80b 13×4 10×6)
22.3 Mahmudullah to Watson, 1 run, Watson heaves again, this time along the ground to deep midwicket
22.6 Mahmudullah to Watson, SIX, Gulp. Watson sees a short ball, and pulls again, giving it plenty of air time as it makes the journey from pitch to stand beyond wide long-on
Australia 188/1   SR Watson 148* (82b 13×4 11×6)
23.2 Rubel Hossain to Watson, 2 runs, Watson aims for down the ground and unbelievably it doesn’t come off. He slices it in the air over point to bring up his 150
23.3 Rubel Hossain to Watson, 1 run, Watson plonks that heavy foot forward and drills the ball down the ground to long off
23.5 Rubel Hossain to Watson, no run, a yorker, and for once Watson has no option but to defend
23.6 Rubel Hossain to Watson, 1 run, a low full toss and Watson drives to long-off to keep strike
Australia 194/1   SR Watson 152* (86b 13×4 11×6)
24.1 Abdur Razzak to Watson, SIX, Watson equals the world record for most sixes in an innings by heaving the ball over long-on. That’s his 12th and he draws level with Xavier Marshall.
24.2 Abdur Razzak to Watson, SIX, and he’s broken it. His 13th six. Again heaved over wide long-on. He takes the record for most sixes in an innings from Xavier Marshall. Bangladesh want this over with now
24.3 Abdur Razzak to Watson, no run, Watson pulls and misses this time. Getting beaten outside off stump
24.4 Abdur Razzak to Watson, FOUR, it’s a disappointing four. Watson pulls with power into the gap between two people on the midwicket boundary
24.5 Abdur Razzak to Watson, no run, Watson aims for another leg-side boundary and misses
24.6 Abdur Razzak to Watson, SIX, yawn. Watson gets down on one knee, swings his bat with the power of a superhuman, and hits his 14th six, over midwicket again, with a slog sweep. This is getting stale now. How about a reverse-sweep for six?
Australia 216/1   SR Watson 174* (92b 14×4 14×6)
25.2 Rubel Hossain to Watson, no run, full ball outside off, Watson chops own on it and plays towards point
25.3 Rubel Hossain to Watson, FOUR, full toss on middle and leg stump, Watson fails to hit his 15th, managing to swing it through square leg for a measly four.
25.4 Rubel Hossain to Watson, SIX, well he’s got his 15th!! This time with a cool swing through the line, lofting the ball straight over the fielder on the long-on boundary
25.5 Rubel Hossain to Watson, 1 run, mis-hit through midwicket for a single
Australia 228/1   SR Watson 185* (96b 15×4 15×6)

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Shane Watson celebrates after reaching his sixth ODI century, Bangladesh v Australia, 2nd ODI, Mirpur, April 11, 2011 ©Associated Press by www.ycric.com

Shane Watson celebrates after reaching his sixth ODI century, Bangladesh v Australia, 2nd ODI, Mirpur, April 11, 2011 ©Associated Press





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