Australia's David Warner and Cameron White's took a brilliant catch at the boundary to dismiss New Zealand batsman Tim Southee during their ICC Twenty20 World Cup match in Colombo. 

Brad Hogg's three-wicket haul helped Australia win by 56 runs against New Zealand, who were bowled out 83, well inside 17th over. 

Hogg finished with figures of 3 for 23 off his four overs, while young Pat Cummins picked up two wickets for 13 runs off his three overs. Shane Watson also picked up two wickets for seven runs off his three overs. 

This is the Kiwis lowest total and worst defeat in Twenty20 format. New Zealand restricted Australia to 139 for 6, with former skipper Daniel Vettori picking up one wicket and Adam Milne finishing with 2 for 27. 

Opener Watson was the top scorer for the Australian with 27 runs and Matthew Wade remained unbeaten on 25.