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England v Sri Lanka 5th ODI
Headingley: 1 July, 2006



ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL, HEADINGLEY:
Sri Lanka 324-2 (37.3 overs) beat England 321-7 (50 overs) by eight wickets

Sanath Jayasuriya and Upul Tharanga shared a record one opening stand of 286 as Sri Lanka took an eight-wicket victory and a 5-0 series whitewash.

The left-handers hit 133 off the first 10 overs in a superb reply to England's 321-7, the highest total of the series, inspired by Marcus Trescothick's 121.

Tharanga fell in the 32nd over for 109 and Jayasuriya in the next for 152, but the win was sealed with 75 balls left.

The match was overshadowed by news of England legend Fred Trueman's death.

OVER-BY-OVER UPDATES

By Martin Gough

"Five thrashings to nil - not a close game amongst them."
Test Match Special summariser Mike Selvey

38th over:Sangakkara cuts Solanki for four to finish the job and the batsmen celebrate. There are plenty of Sri Lanka flags in the crowd, and plenty of empty seats. many of those in attendence are watching England's World Cup match going into extra time.

37th over: Sangakkara hooks Harmison just in front of Trescothick at deep backward square but it turns out to be a no ball. It has been hard to enjoy the dominant display by Sri Lanka's batsmen because of another abject showing from England's attack. Sangakkara edges a boundary to give Harmison the most expensive figures ever by an England bowler, beating Derek Pringle's 19-year-old record of 0-83 against India. After successive fumbles by Plunkett at mid off, Harmison is nearing his century. He finishes with 0-97. 319-2

36th over: Solanki switches ends and could have had a second wicket, but instead the 300 comes up as Sangakkara edges over the slip fielder for a boundary. 302-2

35th over: Harmison returns to take on this new partnership. Jayawardene gets a bottom edge but it bounces to the side of his stumps. 296-2

34th over: Dalrymple has been the most impressive of the six new faces brought in for this series and he continues a sterling effort here. 294-2

"It's the end of the road here for England. They're just going through the motions now."
Graham Gooch on Test Match Special

33rd over: Kumar Sangakkara gets off the mark first ball, courtesy of a leg-side full toss from bowling hero Solanki. 292-2

WICKET Sri Lanka 289-2 (Tharanga 152)
Jayasuriya's last international innings in England finally comes to an end as Strauss leaps at point to collect a cut at Solanki, the part-time spinner's first international wicket in his 51st game.

32nd over: Mahela Jayawardene decides to go for a big shot off his first ball, the last of the over and is dropped by Ali in the deep. 289-1

WICKET Sri Lanka 286-1 (Tharanga 109)
There is barely a celebration from Dalrymple after he clings onto a leading edge from Tharanga to end the highest ever opening stand in one-day internationals and the third-highest for any wicket. Tharanga swings his bat in disappointment but this 102-ball effort has been outstanding.

31st over: Forty-four needed now from 20 overs but it may come quicker than that as Vikram Solanki is brought in to bowl his off spin. Jayasuriya takes the single to move to 150. he won't get a personal best today, though, as 189 is out of reach. 281-0

30th over: Another tight-ish over from Dalrymple but there is no threat to Sri Lanka's batsmen who can choose their own pace now. 278-0

29th over: Tim Bresnan returns for the first time since the disastrous second over, which went for 18. His first ball is a dot, which is an improvement. He has a few balls to restore his confidence before Jayasuriya comes down the wicket and deposits him for four through extra cover then hoists another over long on, bouncing once. 274-0

28th over: Spinner Dalrymple returns and is only denied a maiden by Tharanga's single to mid off. 263-0

27th over: Jayasuriya smashes six over backward square leg then cuts behind squareto better the highest opening partnership in ODI history, previously held by India's Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar against Kenya in Paarl in 2001. 262-0

"This was brutal handling of poor Kabir Ali. Cultured slogging, high-quality slogging but slogging nontheless."
Mike Selvey on Jayasuriya's six

26th over: Jayasuriya is keen to give those 37-year-old legs a rest as he gets down the wicket and hoists Ali for a one-bounce four over midwicket. This is now a record Sri Lankan partnership for the first wicket. Tharanga takes a single and waves his bat in the air to celebrate his century - the second of the series by the 21-year-old. 245-0

25th over: Jayasuriya is showing no signs of tiring as he crashes Harmison through the covers for a powerful boundary. Tharanga takes three past mid on to move to 97. Then Jayasuriya flicks nonchalantly for a massive six. This is the highest partnership for any wicket against England. England were 137-1 at this point! 234-0

24th over: Ali returns to the attack and Jayasuriya nudges him down the wicket to reach his century, his 21st in ODIs, from 72 balls. He removes his helmet to celebrate, grinning widely. Many had written Jayasuriya off after he was beset by injury during the last year but this could have been a century from his salad days in the mid 1990s. He has hit two sixes and 13 fours in his fourth one-day ton against England. 219-0

23rd over: Harmison rejoins the attack and Jayasuriya flicks him through long on to move to 98. Harmison has an lbw appeal turned down by umpire Doctrove. Tharanga takes successive boundaries off the hooks a shorter delivery for four. 216-0

22nd over: England take the second powerplay. Tharanga gets the single to take Sri Lanka's first wicket past the 200 mark for the second time in their history and the 13th time ever in an ODI. Harmison has been off the field but looks set to return. 202-0

21st over: There's nowhere left to turn so England try medium-pacer Ian Bell, who manages to over-step for a no ball but otherwise is efficient. What England need, though, is a wicket, or more. 199-0

20th over: The singles keep coming off Dalrymple as Sri Lanka have now recorded the highest opening partnership ever against England, topping the 192 put on by India's Virender Sehwag and Sourav Ganguly at Colombo in 2002. 194-0

"The game is very much in Sri Lanka's hands - they can say 'Shall we get it in singles or shall we get it in a blaze?'"
Mike Selvey on Test Match Special

19th over: Jayasuriya flogs Plunkett through the covers for four to move to 87. There's another boundary for Tharanga off a loose delivery to end the over.189-0

18th over: Dalrymple keeps this left-handed duo to two singles in his fourth over. 179-0

17th over: Tharanga ends a 43-ball boundary drought by cutting Plunkett between the gully and point fielders. Jayasuriya has a little cramp, which 12th man Ruchira Perera helps him stretch when he comes on with drinks. 177-0

16th over: The mood has changed massively in the last few overs, partly because of the spread field, improved bowling and unhurried batting but also as the bulk of the crowd is elsewhere. This is now a Sri Lanka first-wicket record against England. 170-0

15th over: Plunkett relieves his Durham team-mate Harmison. The batsmen scuttle singles. 165-0

"They will have to bring the fielders up or this is going to be a procession of knocking around the singles."
TMS summariser Graham Gooch

14th over: Dalrymple returns after a chastening first over that went for 14. It's all full on leg stump and the batsmen settle for singles, knowing there are 10 overs of powerplay restrictions still to enforce, 10 wickets in hand and they are already past the half-way mark. 159-0

13th over: After the drinks break, Tharanga pushes two into the covers to bring up the 150. Harmison sprays short down the leg side for a wide. 155-0

12th over: Jayasuriya is keen to get home here, going for some big shots without really connecting. There are more empty seats than spectators at Headingley now as people seek refuge in the football. Yes, there's football going on. Further details elsewhere. 149-0

"England captain Andrew Strauss must be absolutely shell-shocked. England have not bowled absolute rubbish but they've been taken apart by these Sri Lanka batsmen."
Graham Gooch on Test Match Special

11th over: South Africa scored at 8.76 runs per over to hit that one-day record 438 against Australia in March. Sri Lanka's current rate is 13.30. If you want to switch over now, they're just singing the national anthems. England opt not to take the powerplay and spread their field. Dalrymple punches the ground in frustration after a fumble at point allows a single. 141-0

10th over: Ali returns to the attack and Jayasuriya hoists him over midwicket for four to bring up his fifty from 26 deliveries. Ouch. The left-hander flicks a low full toss past square leg then chips over cover for his third successive boundary then steps down the wicket to hoist a no ball over cover for six. "England may beat Portugal but not Sri Lanka", reads a banner. Tharanga has time to read it after upper-cutting over third man for four, reaching his half century from 35 balls. 133-0

"I don't think I've ever witnessed 100 off eight overs. That is exceptional stroke play."
Graham Gooch on Test Match Special

9th over: Harmison dishes up a leg-stump half volley, Solanki messes up at midwicket and there's another boundary for the pile. Tharanga rocks back with an upper cut to move within reach of his half century. 108-0

8th over: A desperate England turn to Dalrymple's off spin in an attempt to slow the onslaught. Jayasuriya barely pauses for breath, chipping to deep midwicket, where Plunkett fumbles on the boundary. He sweeps the next one through fine leg. He goes over mid on for four more to take Sri Lanka into three figures from 52 balls. 100-0

7th over: A sign in the crowd reads "Bring back the Dazzler" in tribute to England hopeful Darren Gough, who took 2-40 in four overs for Essex against Surrey today. Tharanga ducks a Harmison bouncer which flicks his helmet on the way for four but is signalles as runs, then the left-hander turns through midwicket for an orthodox driven boundary. There are two no balls in the over for Harmison, by far the most experience member of the attack. 86-0

6th over: England miss a chance to make a breakthrough as Dalrymple puts down a chance that comes to him at lightning speed at backward point. There's a single before Tharanga takes two boundaries, over cover and through fine leg. Oh, and there's a six to finish the over, high over extra cover. 75-0

5th over: Harmison replaces Ali, whose two overs cost 24. He finds a teasing line well outside off stump to Jayasuryia, who isn't taking him up on the offer just yet. 59-0

"Perhaps they've got in mind that the football kicks off in 39 minutes."
TMS commentator Jonny Saunders

4th over: Bresnan gets a chance to stew as he is replaced after a single over by Liam Plunkett, who has struggled himself in this series. A dot ball! And another two! All straight and full. Normal service is resumed, though, as Tharanga takes successive boundaries either side of the wicket from shorter deliveries. 55-0

3rd over: Get your coat, you're going home early. Jayasuriya hoists a no ball over that point boundary for six. Tharanga joins the fun with a punch through the covers then a cover drive. Steve Harmison starts loosening up at mid-off and I've no idea why he didn't open the bowling. Both the last two overs went for 18 so there's a nice symmetry about it. 46-0

2nd over: Fred would have described this as "buffet bowling - help yerself". Tim Bresnan dishes up a short wide delivery as the starter and Jayasuriya cuts it over point for four. He starts on his main course before the end of the over thanks to another of similar awfulness, and there's a leg side too for the Yorkshire lad on his home debut. Jayasuriya plonks the extra ball over point again. 28-0. Yes, 28-0 after two overs.

1st over: Kabir Ali opens the bowling and Upul Tharanga steers him behind point for a single first ball. There are four leg byes off Jayasuriya's pads and the left-hander then flicks the unfortunate bowler over midwicket for four. 10-0

"Fred Trueman was the reason I wanted to bowl in the first place. I was at The Oval when he got his 300th wicket - it's in my scorebook - and I was playign for Surrey at Hull when Yorkshire won the Championship. He was very kind to me but I was in my Seargeant Pepper phase. He said: 'You look like a Mexican. I shall call you Pancho'."
Former England bowler Mike Selvey on Test Match Special

1457 BST: England's players file out early, wearing black armbands, and the crowd are asked to join a round of applause in memory of one of Headingley's favourite sons before a moment's silence for Fred Trueman.

"It was quite tough to start with - i was a bit surprised by how much it swung early on. I just kept grinding it out, playing the right shots and it's a good wicket."
Centurion Marcus Trescothick

50th over: Maharoof gets to bowl the final over with Vaas clearly injured. It's a good one and there are only singles available but England will be pleased by this about-turn in batting form. 321-7

49th over: Liam Plunkett gets off the mark with two into the covers, converted with some speedy running. Malinga finishes with figures of 4-44. 313-7

WICKET England 308-7 (Bresnan 4)
If Bresnan hadn't contrived to kick that yorker onto his stumps he would have been lbw to another great yorker from Malinga - his fourth wicket in the innings.

49th over: New batsman Tim Bresnan steps back and gets a toe-end down leg side to get off the mark with a boundary.

WICKET England 304-6 (Jones 2)
Jones gets well down the wicket and looks to flick a straight ball over fine leg but fails to connect and is hit in line with middle and leg.

"Sri Lanka's fielding has been very good in this series but it hasn't been up to the mark today."
Jonathan Agnew on Test Match Special

48th over: Solanki gets a second life as Fernando puts down a simple chance at mid on. Sangakkara appeals for a catch behind but umpire Billy Doctrove is unimpressed. There is an angry exchange between keeper and umpire at the end of the over. 304-5

47th over: Geraint Jones gets off the mark, flicking a yorker for a single. This is the highest ever one-day total at Headingley, topping New Zealand's score in 1990. 299-5

WICKET England 295-5 (Dalrymple 30)
A cracking yorker from Malinga hits Dalrymple on the toe in line with leg stump. He falls over in the shot.

47th over: Malinga has switched ends, bowling on leg stump.

46th over: Fernando replaces Malinga in the attack. Dalrymple twists him through midwicket for four to bring up the fifty partnership from 41 balls. He leans back and flays over gully for four more. Dilshan gets plenty of work at long on, and fumbles his second chance, allowing a second run. 294-4

45th over: The flags are at half mast at Headingley as Solanki takes a step down the ground and smashes Jayasuriya high over long on for six. The bowler responds with a quicker one, which Solanki manages to reverse sweep fine. There is a referral to the TV umpire as Dilshan's throw from mid off finds Solanki in his crease by inches. 279-4

44th over: Malinga has several fielders in the ring for Dalrymple, bowling full and keeping the batsmen from kicking off. Dalrymple flogs a short one to the long-off fielder. 265-4

43rd over: Jayasuriya appeals for "chest before wicket" against Dalrymple, who was down on one knee, sweeping. Dalrymple drives straight, and straight through the legs of long off fielder Kapugedera. Sri Lanka's fielding has been scrappy today. 258-4

42nd over: Maharoof is in the wars on the boundary again as he scoops to stop a Dalrymple drive, stumbles over the rope and crashes into a steward, who is sitting, facing the crowd, on a collapsible chair, which collapses. The TV replay confirms a boundary to bring up the England 250, the last 50 coming from 45 balls. 251-4

41st over: Jayasuriya rattles through his over, the batsmen swapping singles. 243-4

40th over: Leg-spinner Bandara replaces Malinga and Solanki continues his fine start, cutting the first delivery for four. 240-4

39th over: Jamie Dalrymple gets a chance to shine in the death overs but is unable to get off the mark against Jayasuriya. Solanki is forced to dive to beat a throw from midwicket. 233-4

WICKET England 233-4 (Trescothick 121)
England lose their kingpin at a crucial time, Trescothick playing inside a delivery that takes the top of off stump. Jayasuriya appeals for a catch behind before realising what has happened.

39th over: Solanki sweeps Jayasuriya for his first boundary.

38th over: Vikram Solanki gets off the mark with a soft-handed cut. 227-3

WICKET England 225-3 (Strauss 26)
Malinga gains some extra bounce with his second ball and Strauss gets a fine edge behind.

38th over: Pace bowler Malinga returns to the attack, replacing Mahroof, who has gone for almost six an over.

37th over: Left-arm slow bowler Sanath Jayasuriya replaces Bandara in the attack and Trescothick goes aerial but there is just a single. 224-2

36th over: Strauss drives to deep cover for a couple and the batsmen swap singles. 219-2

35th over: Strauss takes a single to bring up the 200 then Trescothick clears the boundary for the first time in this match, lofting over long off. 212-2

"I'm sure a lot of people here will have wonderful memories of Fred. I have fond meories of sharing a commentary box with him. He was the first person to take 300 Test wickets. A wonderful character."
Jonathan Agnew pays tribute to Fred Trueman on Test Match Special

34th over: There are four leg byes, then Strauss glances a poor delivery fine for four. 199-2

The moment of celebration is overshadowed by breaking news here that England's greatest fast bowler Fred Trueman has died after a battle with lung cancer. More details as we get them.

33rd over: Trescothick drives over mid on four four and there is a hairy moment as fielder Maharoof falls over the boundary board, to a cruel cheer from the Headingley crowd. Trescothick drives to the same fielder to bring up his 12th ODI century from 102 balls. He points his bat to the four corners of the ground in celebration. 187-2

32nd over: Fernando moves over the wicket to Strauss but after being nudged to long leg he moves back around. Strauss drives into the covers for three. 180-2

"Trescothick's job is to stay in and knock the ball in the gaps for the next 10 overs at least. Strauss has to be more expansive and take the odd risk so they can score at six or seven an over. I wouldn't mind seeming Dalrymple moved up the order a bit as he can be explosive."
Former England captain and opener Graham Gooch on TMS

31st over: There are singles but little more against Bandara, Trescothick using a sweep and a nudge, and it's time for drinks. 173-2

30th over: Trescothick takes a painful blow to the leg from Fernando and sits down for a moment to gather himself. Strauss drives out on the off side but there are boundary riders out now and he just gets two. 170-2

29th over: Trescothick and Strauss look to use their feet to Bandara, exchanging singles. 163-2

28th over: Andrew Strauss gets off the mark first ball then Trescothick gets an edge just wide of Sangakkara. 159-2

WICKET England 157-2 (Bell 18)
It could have been an inspired ramp shot from Ian Bell but Fernando dealt him a slower ball and Sangakkara leapt magnificently to his right to take the catch. This increases the pressure further on Trescothick to carry the innings.

28th over: Pace returns as Fernando replaces Dilshan, whose three overs cost 29.

27th over: Here's Bandara, the leg-spinner, at the Kirkstall Lane End. Trescothick doesn't seem over-awed as he drives wide of extra cover for a very nicely timed four. There isn't much turn available here and Bell uses the reverse sweep for a single. 157-1

26th over: Dilshan moves over the wicket but gives Trescothick one outside off stump and he runs it through third man. The next ball squirts down leg side, past an attempted sweep and the keeper for four wides. Not sure why they are using Dilshan with Malinga Bandara and Sanath Jayasuriya available. 150-1

25th over: Maharoof is proving difficult to get away, although Trescothick finds runs by rocking back and steering him behind point. 137-1

24th over: Trescothick reaches for the ketchup as Dilshan returns, and greets him with a lip-licking drive through the covers. He repeats the shot later in the over and it is stopped short of the boundary but it is enough to bring up the fifty partnership from just 42 balls, with Trescothick's contribution 38. 133-1

23rd over: Maharoof bowls a good over, keeping a consistent line, although erring short on occasion. Vaas is off the field at the moment but there is no word on whether he may be injured. 123-1

22nd over: Sri Lanka bring part-time off-spinner Tillakaratne Dilshan into the attack and Trescothick treats the move with the contempt it deserves, crashing the first ball through the covers. He just gets away with an attempted late cut. Keeper Sangakkara has a histrionic appeal for the second miss of the over but it went nowhere near the bat. 119-1

21st over: Bell drives his first boundary beautifully through the off side in the first over with the fielding restrictions relaxed. 113-1

20th over: Trescothick scampers - picture it - a single on the off side to bring up his 22nd ODI half century from 59 balls. The left-hander decides this last over of the powerplay is finally time to go big, and he lofts successive deliveries from Fernando over the close field. 107-1

"By not walking, after suffering the mother of all inside edges, Trescothick is cheating. There is no other word for it. Many years ago, I remember trying on the same fraud in a school house match and got six of the best from the umpire afterwards for my effort."
James Freeman, via email to TMS

19th over: Trescothick moves to 43 with a meaty drive just wide of mid off, then steers one simply behind point. 96-1

18th over: Fernando manages to go through his entire delivery without releasing the ball. It looks like he failed to transfer it from one hand to the other. Bell gets off the mark swatting a short delivery for a single. 85-1

WICKET England 82-1 (Cook 41)
Cook mis-times a big drive through the off side and lobs a tame catch to extra cover, just as England were really starting to dominate.

17th over: Farveez Maharoof replaces Vaas (8-2-41-0), with the keeper standing up to the medium pacer.

Pietersen brings the drinks on in what TMS commentator Jonathan Agnew describes as a "man bag". Trescothick is on 36, Cook on 40. Meanwhile television's snickometer shows that Trescothick got a thick edge behind off Fernando.

16th over: The third powerplay is taken and Cook unleashes another straight drive and the fielder on the other side of the long-on boundary is Kevin Pietersen, not playing in his game as he recovers from a knee injury. This is England's best opening partnership of the series, beating the 77 at Old Trafford. 79-0

15th over: Cook is really finding his feet now with successive fours off Vaas, a well-placed cut and a straight drive. There are more runs to the fielder placed deep at midwicket. After a quiet start, the runs are now coming at a good rate for the home side. 73-0

14th over: Dilhara Fernando replaces Malinga (6-0-21-0) at the Football Stand End and Cook welcomes the seamer with a thundering cut for four. Trescothick edges through vacant second slip and it flies for four. There is a huge appeal for what on first look appears to be an inside edge behind but umpire Billy Doctrove is unmoved. 60-0

13th over: Vaas has gone for just 28 runs from his seven overs so far, the latest from a Cook drive to cover. The left-armer beat the left-hander twice in that over, and got an outside edge. 49-0

12th over: Trescothick is almost punished for backing up too far as Upul Tharanga fields a Cook drive but his throw just misses the stumps with Trescothick diving but well short of his ground. Again Dilshan gets in the way at point to keep Cook waiting for his first boundary. 44-0

11th over: Umpire Mark Benson signals the second powerplay, with the close fielders to be kept in place by rule for another five overs. Keeper Kumar Sangakkara is standing up to Vaas now, although Trescothick still tries to go for a heave, failing to connect. 42-0

10th over: Malinga is getting some good bounce, cramping the batsman. Cook manages a forcing shot on the leg side. 39-0

"I don't want to boast as an Essex man but we won the Totesport League last season and we were playing so well Alastair couldn't get into the side."
Graham Gooch on TMS

9th over: Vaas is just a little too straight and Trescothick flick him through third man for four. There is a fumble at extra cover next ball and the ball runs straight to the boundary. Vaas shouts in annoyance at the errant fielder, Kapugedera. 36-0

8th over: Trescothick is finally tucking in with boundaries either side of the wicket off Malinga, the first a lofted square drive, the second a pull. 28-0

7th over: It's quite difficult to tell these two left-handers apart, although Trescothick has a slightly fuller figure. He square drives Vaas for four to move into double figures then turns to deep square leg. 19-0

6th over: Cook flicks to midwicket, where Maharoof fumbles and gets a jeer as they take a second. Dilshan's fielding at point is far batter as he leaps to save a boundary. Trescothick bisects the fielders in the covers but it slows in the outfield. 12-0

5th over: It's Cook's turn to grope outside off stump to Vaas. There are more ironic cheers as the left-hander finally clips to third man. Trescothick finally gets off the mark with a neatly-timed drive through extra cover. 7-0

4th over: It may have been an inside edge to third man but that's runs for England. OK it's one run but it gains a big cheer as Cook gets off the mark. Malinga finds some extra bounce and hits Trescothick on the left glove. He shakes his hand in pain. 2-0

3rd over: A troup of blue-painted, nappied smurfs swig lager as Vaas continues to Trescothick, who finally gets his bat to the second ball - a forward defensive. Vaas could turn it around corners this morning but it is his accuracy which really stands out. Still no runs off the bat. 1-0

2nd over: Lasith "the Slinger" Malinga slings his first ball down the leg side, getting England off the mark with a wide. Trescothick strides down the wicket and the duo touch gloves. Not sure what that was about. The bowler swings one in and hits Cook on the arm. Supposedly a sell-out, Headingley is about half full at the moment, even though the authorities have promised to show football highlights on the big screen later. 1-0

There is a delay between overs because of a problem with the sightscreen. Talk amongst yourselves while Cook waits to take strike.

"You'd like to see just one over from an England bowler that does just that - all in the right place."
Test Match Special summariser Mike Selvey

1st over: Chaminda Vaas opens the bowling, getting a little early swing and beating the bat four times, the final ball leaving Trescothick completely befuddled. 0-0

1042 BST: England openers Marcus Trescothick and Alastair Cook stride out to the middle of what is now known as the Headingley Carnegie Stadium in slightly overcast conditions.

"We can't think about the four matches we've won. We have to focus on finishing the tour on a high. We feel Russel Arnold needs a break so we've brought back Kapugedera. It looks a very good wicket and if we can keep England to a decent score I'm sure we can chase them down."
Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene

"We're looking to try and put a big score on the board and put Sri Lanka under pressure that way. The guys have got one more game to show what we can do."
England skipper Andrew Strauss on winning the toss


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