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ICC Champions Trophy 2004: The Browne and Bradshaw show

Courtney Browne and Ian Bradshaw (left) celebrate with the trophy after winning the final for West Indies; Paul Collingwood and Andrew Strauss (top right) celebrate England's semi-final win over Australia, their first in 15 attempts; Player of the tournament Ramnaresh Sarwan shakes hands with Pakistan batsman Yousuf Youhana, later to change his name to Mohammad Yousuf (bottom right) after their semi-final

Marcus Trescothick (81) and Michael Vaughan (86) starred as England beat Australia at Edgbaston to reach their first major one-day final since 1992.

Meanwhile, West Indies ran through Pakistan for 131 at the Rose Bowl and Ramnaresh Sarwan saw them home with 56 not out.

Hopes of a home victory in the final at The Oval were high when England were bowled out for 217 and then reduced the Windies to 147-8 with 16 overs left.

But the unlikely Barbados tail-end pairing of wicketkeeper Courtney Browne and paceman Ian Bradshaw added 71 together to earn the Caribbean side a memorable win.



see also
ICC Champions Trophy 2009
05 Oct 09 |  Cricket
Champions Trophy team guide
20 Sep 09 |  Cricket

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