In the 6th Match of Willis World Series at Delhi on Nov 3, 1994, Muhammad Azharuddin scored a brilliant 58 runs off 45 balls 75 minutes with the help of 6 boundaries at a strike rate of 128.88. Captain Azharuddin came on to crease when India was at 175 for 2. Azhar played delightful strokes all over the ground and punishes the Kiwis blowers.
Azhar’s supreme wrists batting is at his peak like transforming a lean piece of willow into a magician wand. Therefore, India set the stiff target of 289 in 50 over’s. New Zealand bundled out at 182; eventually snatching an easy victory in the end by the margin of 107 runs. Sachin Tendulkar declared the man of the match award by scoring 62 runs off 54 balls and 2 wickets in 10 over’s. Full Scorecard