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Last Updated:  Tuesday, 4 March, 2003, 08:05 GMT
Heavy rain sees Zimbabwe progress
Pakistan batsman Saleem Elahi leaves the field after being dismissed by Zimbabwe's Douglas Hondo
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After a rain delay Pakistan lose their first wicket in just the second over with Saleem Elahi trapped lbw by Douglas Hondo
Fans shelter under umbrellas as heavy rain returns to Bulawayo
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Frustrated fans shelter under their umbrellas as heavy rain returns to Bulawayo forcing the players from the field of play
Zimbabwe's Heath Streak fields the ball as play resumes after a rain break
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Play eventually resumes and Zimbabwe's Heath Streak puts pressure on the Pakistan batsmen with a quick throw
Saeed Anwar of Pakistan turns to set off for another run
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Saeed Anwar continues his good form in the tournament, moving onto an unbeaten 40 in between the rain breaks
The covers return to the outfield as the rain returns to Bulawayo
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The rain returns, forcing the game to be abandoned and sending Zimbabwe through at England and Pakistan's expense
Zimbabwe's players wave a flag and do a lap of honour in Bulawayo to celebrate reaching the Super Sixes
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The Zimbabwe players do a lap of honour as the two points from the abandonment seal their place in the Super Six stage

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