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Last Updated:  Monday, 3 March, 2003, 11:36 GMT
Rain ruins South African hopes
Sri Lankan batsman Sanath Jayasuriya jumps to avoid being hit as South Africa's Shaun Pollock attempts a run-out
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Sanath Jayasuriya narrowly survives a run-out attempt as the Sri Lanka openers live dangerously taking a quick single
Sri Lankan batsman Sanath Jayasuriya is run-out after a mix-up with Marvan Atapattu
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South Africa have more luck in the field as Jayasuriya is run out following another mix-up with fellow opener Marvan Atapattu
Atapattu puts the hosts on the back foot with a superb century
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Marvan Atapattu emerges as Sri Lanka's backbone, hitting 18 fours to reach a confident century and a big total looks likely
Muralitharan exposes all three stumps and is bowled for four but South Africa are left a mammoth task
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Muttiah Muralitharan is the penultimate batsman to go, to leave South Africa chasing a daunting target of 269 runs
South African opener Graeme Smith shows his frustration as he loses his wicket after making 35 runs
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Opening batsman Graeme Smith makes 35 runs for South Africa before he is caught by Pulasthi Gunaratne at deep mid-wicket
South Africa's Jacques Kallis is left frustrated as Sri Lanka celebrate his dismissal
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South Africa's Jacques Kallis is stunned by the bowling of Sri Lanka's Sanath Jayasuriya to go for just 16 in the 24th over
South African batsman Mark Boucher hits a six as the rain pours down
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Mark Boucher smashes a huge six in the 45th over as South Africa look for victory courtesy of the Duckworth-Lewis method
Lance Klusener and Mark Boucher leave the pitch as the rain intervenes
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Lance Klusener and Mark Boucher are left confused as the umpires decide to take the players from the pitch
South AFrica captain Shaun Pollock hides his face as the emotion sets in as he learns his side will not go through to the Super Six stage
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Rain stops play and eventually it is decided to award two points to both sides, putting hosts South Africa out



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