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Bangladesh v Sri Lanka
Trinidad, 21 March 2007

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Sanath Jayasuriya helps himself to runs in Trinidad

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh: The Tigers win the toss and field but see the openers race past 50 as they dominate the bowlers

Aftab Ahmed and Mohammad Ashraful enjoy the first wicket

Tom Moody's side reach 98 before losing Upul Tharanga to a smart catch by Aftab Ahmed at point in the 15th over

Sri Lanka veteran Sanath Jayasuriya

Undeterred, Sanath Jayasuriya continues to make runs with relative ease and reaches 83 not out when rain intervenes

Mahela Jayawardene plays a shot during his innings

Jayasuriya retires hurt leaving captain Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara to steer Sri Lanka over the 200 mark

Sangakkara sees off another delivery

Jayawardene falls short of his half century but Sangakkara pushes on and totals 56; Sri Lanka are left on 261-3

Jayasuriya salutes the crowd after completing his century

Following some treatment, Jayasuriya returns in the 45th over and completes his 24th ODI century soon after

Chamara Silva dives for the crease during his innings of 52 not out

Chamara Silva sees the innings out and records his second half century of the tournament as Sri Lanka total 318-4

Lasith Malinga celebrates one of his wickets with team-mates

Bangladesh make a poor start to their run chase losing their first four wickets for 26, Lasith Malinga claiming two

Mohammad Ashraful

Mohammad Ashraful manages 45 not out but is unable to save his side from a heavy defeat

Malinga removes Abdur Razza

Malinga removes Abdur Razzak for a duck and Bangladesh are all out for 112 runs after 37 overs

Pakistan's players remember their coach as his image appears on the big screen behind them

Pakistan v Zimbabwe: A minute's silence is observed in Jamaica in memory of Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer

Pakistan's openers make their way to the crease

After being put into bat by Zimbabwe, Kamran Akmal and Imran Nazir are sent out to begin Pakistan's hunt for runs

Chigumbura celebrates the opening wicket

Akmal scores 15 before edging Elton Chigumbura to wicket-keeper Brendan Taylor three balls into the seventh over

Shoaib Malik returns to the dressing room after his dismissal

Nazir and Shoaib Malik put on 57 runs before the latter becomes Sean Williams's first victim of the day

The captain is given a guard of honour as he leaves the pitch

The fall of the third wicket marks the end of Inzamam-ul-Haq's final ODI innings and he leaves the field in tears

Afridi is bowled out in the 44th over

Nazir builds a good partnership with Younis Khan before being joined by Shahid Afridi who makes 16 on his return from a ban

Imran Nazir celebrates only his second ODI ton

The undoubted star of the innings is Nazir who scores 160 as Pakistan post a challenging total of 349 all out

Sami dismisses Friday Kasteni

Zimbabwe quickly lose Chamu Chibhabha and Vusi Sibanda before Mohammad Sami dismisses Friday Kasteni

Rain stops play

Pakistan are on their way to a comfortable victory with Zimbabwe 30-3 when rain stops play

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