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banner Sunday, 3 February, 2002, 12:15 GMT
England level one-day series
Sixth one-day international, Bombay

Sixth one-day international, Bombay: England 255 all out (49.1 overs) beat India 250 all out (49.4 overs) by five runs.

Trescothick hit nine fours and a six before he was caught and bowled by Singh
Marcus Trescothick sweeps Singh for four during his blitz of 95 off 80 deliveries

Three minutes and two ball, but Knight's colleagues stayed a little longer at the crease
Nick Knight walks after just three minutes at the crease, Ratra's safe hands having claimed a simple catch

Michael Vaughan was also a stumping victim, suffering a rush off blood for Ratra to profit, standing up to the bowling of captain Sourav Ganguly
Michael Vaughan scrambles back as wicketkeeper Ajay Ratra stumps him off Ganguly's bowling

Giles lasted for a minute and two balls
India captain Sourav Ganguly dances with Harbhajan Singh after claiming the wicket of Ashley Giles for a duck

Ganguly gave India a commanding start to the session, but the team failed to capitalise
Ganguly notched up an innings of 80 when it was India's turn to bat, before being bowled by England's Ashley Giles

England won by five runs in a nail-biting final over
The England team are jubilant after winning the deciding one-dayer, to draw the series 3-3

England and India share the One-Day International trophy after drawing the series 3-3
England coach Duncan Fletcher and captain Nasser Hussain clutch the trophy they share with India

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