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Last Updated:  Tuesday, 11 March, 2003, 07:25 GMT
Australia impressively beat Kiwis
Australia's Matthew Hayden departs after being dismissed by New Zealand's Shane Bond
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Australia's Matthew Hayden struggles to cope with the pace of New Zealand's Shane Bond and makes just one run
Shane Bond celebrates taking a wicket
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Bond is on fire as he captures another wicket to leave Australia reeling on 31-3 in only the ninth over
Australia's Darren Lehmann walks after he was dismissed by New Zealand bowler Andre Adams
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New Zealand's Andre Adams gets in on the act as he snares Darren Lehmann with Australia's total still under 50
New Zealand bowler Shane Bond is embraced by his team-mates after taking another wicket
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Bond continues to rattle through the Australians to finish with 6-23, the best ever ODI figures by a New Zealander
Australia's Ian Harvey is bowled by New Zealand's Shane Bond
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Bond comprehensively bowls Ian Harvey to leave Australia in deep trouble on 84-7, but they start to rally and pass 150
Michael Bevan avoids a rising delivery from New Zealand's Shane Bond
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The recovery is led by one-day master Michael Bevan who plays brilliantly to hit a classy half-century
Andy Bichel celebrates scoring a half-century for Australia
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Bichel's superb unbeaten knock of 64 helps Australia reach a total of 208-9 that seemed unlikely after their disastrous start
Glenn McGrath does a high-five with wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist as he celebrates taking two early New Zealand wickets
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Glenn McGrath strikes a double blow for Australia, removing both Daniel Vettori and Nathan Astle in the third over
Glenn McGrath punches the air in delight after dismissing Scott Styris lbw
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McGrath causes more problems four overs later, removing Scott Styris lbw to leave New Zealand stumbling on 33-3
Stephen Fleming grimaces after throwing away his wicket having scored 48
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Captain Stephen Fleming leads from the front for New Zealand before a loose shot sees hims become Brett Lee's first victim
Brett Lee is delighted to grab the wicket of New Zealand skipper Stephen Fleming
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Australia hit back when Brett Lee dismisses Fleming, but New Zealand contribute to their own downfall with some poor shots
Brett Lee leaves the pitch carrying a stump and the match ball after taking five wickets
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Lee rattles through the New Zealand tail to wrap up a record 14th consecutive World Cup win for Australia by 96 runs

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