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Last Updated:  Tuesday, 4 March, 2003, 21:34 GMT
Hussain resigns one-day captaincy
Nasser Hussain takes a catch as he stands in as England skipper against New Zealand
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Nasser Hussain stands in as England captain in 1996/97 and tastes success as New Zealand are beaten in Auckland
Nasser Hussain smashes the ball for four in the one-day international between England and South Africa in Bloemfontein in January 2000
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In January 2000 Hussain takes over the captaincy full-time and England beat South Africa in his first game in charge
February 2000: Hussain gives a team talk ahead of his side's match against Zimbabwe in Bulawayo
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Even when he has been out of form, Hussain has always commanded the greatest respect from all his players
Nasser Hussain holds aloft the winner's trophy for the NatWest Series after England beat Zimbabwe in the final at Lords in 2000
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Hussain enjoys victory in the NatWest Triangular Series in 2000 when England beat Zimbabwe in the final at Lords
Nasser Hussain celebrates a century against India in the NatWest Series in 2002
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Hussain scores a century against India at Lords in the 2002 NatWest Series final, but this time his side are defeated
Nasser Hussain leaves the pitch after being dismissed during a 2002/03 VB Series match against Australia
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Hussain's one-day side came off second best to Australia in both the Ashes and VB Series
Nasser Hussain looks dejected after his side are beaten by Australia in the 2003 World Cup
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After losing to Australia in the 2003 World Cup the fate of Hussain's men lies in the hands of Zimbabwe and Pakistan
Nasser Hussain announces his decision to stand down as captain of England's one-day side shortly after learning his side had been knocked out of the World Cup
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When rain ensures England's World Cup exit Hussain stands down, insisting England should look for a younger successor



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