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Australia master one-day game
Australia celebrate another victory by a comfortable margin
Australia celebrate another victory by a comfortable margin
BBC Sport Online charts all the reports and reaction from the NatWest Triangular one-day series between England, Pakistan and Australia.


Australia dominate final

Adam Gilchrist and Mark Waugh cruis to victory
Australia confirm that they are the best one-day side in the world with a comfortable victory over Pakistan in the final at Lords. Pakistan set a meagre target of 153 batting first and Australia lost only one wicket in reply.

  • real 14k BBC Sport's Pat Murphy

  • real 14k Australia captain Steve Waugh

  • real 14k Pakistan coach Richard Pybus


    England's dismal day

    Adam Gilchrist was in fine form
    Australia hammered England by eight wickets in the NatWest Series match at The Oval. The result heaped further humiliation on the home side as they increased their one-day Test losing streak to 10 games.




  • real 14k BBC Sport's Pat Murphy

  • real 14k England captain Alec Stewart

  • real 14k Australia's Ricky Ponting


    Waqar the destroyer

    Waqar Younis' six wickets were instrumental to Pakistan's victory
    Despite crowd problems again dominating the one-day international between Australia and Pakistan at Trent Bridge, a thrilling match resulted in a Pakistan victory by 36 runs.




  • real 14k BBC Sport's Pat Murphy

  • real 14k Pakistan captain Waqar Younis


    Security clamp down

    Fans invade the outfield
    Nottinghamshire are to step up security for Tuesday's one-day international between Pakistan and Australia at Trent Bridge.




  • real 14k Notts chief executive David Collier

  • real 14k England chairman of selectors David Graveney


    England fail to impress

    Waqar was in sizzling form with the ball
    A pitch invasion and a steward suffering a suspected broken nose overshadow a comfortable victory by Pakistan over England in the latest one-dayer at Headingley.


  • real 14k BBC Sport's Pat Murphy

  • real 14k Pakistan's captain Waqar Younis

  • real 14k England captain Alec Stewart



    Disaster for England

    Australia captain Steve Waugh
    Australia's bowlers rip through England's top order with an oustanding opening burst. England collapse 86 all-out and are condemned to their ninth consecutive one-day defeat.


  • real 14k BBC Sport's Pat Murphy

  • real 14k England's Alec Stewart

  • real 14k Australia's captain Steve Waugh


    England collapse

    Shahid Afridi celebrates catching England's Marcus Trescothick
    England lose their last seven wickets for 41 to hand Pakistan the victory at Lord's. Marcus Trescothick scores 137 but is unable to secure a win for England.


  • real 14k BBC Sport's Jonathan Agnew

  • real 14k England's Marcus Trescothick

  • real 14k Pakistan's captain Waqar Younis


    England lose in close match

    England skipper Alec Stewart shakes the hand of Australian skipper Steve Waugh
    Australia show their steel as they complete a five wicket victory over England in a close fought match in Bristol. Again Ricky Ponting piles on the runs as he gets 102 off 116 balls.


  • real 14k BBC Sport's Pat Murphy

  • real 14k England captain Alec Stewart

  • real 14k Australian captain Steve Waugh


    Australia conquer with the bat

    Ricky Ponting fire an irresistable 70

    Australia fire an early tournament warning to their rivals as they easily complete a seven wicket victory against Pakistan in Cardiff. Ricky Ponting stars for the Aussies clocking up 70 runs in 68 balls.


  • real 14k BBC Sport's Andy Smith


    Shadow cast over Pakistan win

    Azhar Mahmood celebrates the wicket of Alec Stewart

    Pakistan march to a comprehensive 108 run victory over England in the opening match. The end of the game is wrapped up in controversy as supporters invade the pitch causing a half hour delay to play.


  • real 14k BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew

  • real 14k England captain Alec Stewart

  • real 14k Pakistan captain Waqar Younis

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