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Last Updated: Sunday, 1 August, 2004, 08:47 GMT 09:47 UK
Asia Cup final photos
Irfan Pathan celebrates the early wicket of Jayasuriya
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With 28 runs on the board, Sri Lanka suffer their first loss as Irfan Pathan traps Sanath Jayasuriya lbw for 15
Sourav Ganguly catches Avishka Gunawardene as Sri Lanka slump to 31-2
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Avishka Gunawardene departs shortly after when he lofts an Ashish Nehra delivery into the hands of Sourav Ganguly
Kumar Sangakkara thwarts the Indian bowlers after their good start
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Kumar Sangakkara and captain Marvan Atapattu steady the innings with a 116-run partnership that restores respectability
Tillakaratne Dilshan is out for 22 and joins Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene and Atapattu back in the pavilion
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Tillakaratne Dilshan gets stumped by Rahul Dravid for 22 as Sri Lanka lose four important wickets and slump to 194-6
Farveez Maharoof becomes the penultimate wicket to fall as he makes nine runs
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Harbhajan Singh runs out Farveez Maharoof as Sri Lanka try to glean as many runs as possible but finish on 228-9
Virender Sehwag makes an early departure as India are left on 15-1
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India's run chase gets off to a bad start as prolific runscorer Virender Sehwag is trapped lbw by Chaminda Vaas for five
Nuwan Zoysa is congratulated by his team-mates as Ganguly is caught by Jayawardene
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Sri Lanka celebrate again just 11 runs later when Nuwan Zoysa has Ganguly caught out, leaving India on 26-2
VVS Laxman makes 12 runs off 34 balls
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Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman put on 36 before the latter falls to the left-arm spin bowling of Jayasuriya
Rahul Dravid turns to see that has innings has come to an end for 16
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India's prospects take another blow when vice-captain Rahul Dravid edges to Dilshan leaving his team on 96-4
Sachin Tendulkar stares at his stumps after being bowled out by Dilshan
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The hosts claim the vital wicket of Tendulkar and from there it is all downhill for India as Sri Lanka claim a 25-run win
Sri Lanka's Sanath Jayasuriya celebrates after claiming the man of the series award
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Sri Lanka's Sanath Jayasuriya celebrates after claiming the man of the series award following the win over India

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