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Pressure Map: Kenya vs Canada
Srinivas Bhogle | March 15, 2007 20:57 IST
Kenya were always favoured to win against Canada, and the task became even easier when Canada failed to reach 200 in their World Cup Group C match on Wednesday.
The expert's verdict was that Kenya would get at least 220. Although David Obuya was unduly obdurate, Maurice Ouma compensated with his aggression.
The pressure index got to its highest value of 80* when Ravi Shah fell in the 13th over to make it 52/2.
But captain Steve Tikolo and Ouma settled down nicely to take Kenya to 119 just past the half-way mark. Tikolo and Tanmay Mishra seemed to be crawling at one stage, but victory was always on the cards.
Note: There was a brief data blackout, so the Pressure Index values between overs 20-30 may not be accurate.
Data retrieved from the Rediff-Cranes Software scorer room
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