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Last Updated:  Wednesday, 5 March, 2003, 11:58 GMT
Cricket World Cup highlights
James Anderson celebrates taking a wicket against Pakistan
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After the boycott of Zimbabwe, England's World Cup begins well with James Anderson starring in an emphatic win over Pakistan
The Australian fans show their support for Shane Warne
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In Group A, the start of Australia's World Cup defence is overshadowed by the news of Shane Warne's failed drugs test
India's Sachin Tendulkar is in imperious form
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India's Sachin Tendulkar is in imperious form, hitting 98 off 75 balls in his country's win over fierce rivals Pakistan
England's players leave the field after Australia reach the target with two balls to spare
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England falter, defeat to India is followed by a narrow loss from a commanding position against Australia
Holland's Feiko Kloppenberg hits the ball for a four
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Holland's Feiko Kloppenberg makes history by scoring their first-ever World Cup ton in their victory over Namibia
Zimbabwe's players wave a flag and do a lap of honour in Bulawayo to celebrate reaching the Super Sixes
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Zimbabwe reach the Super Six stage after rain forces the abandonment of their game with Pakistan and ends England's campaign
Jonty Rhodes makes just two before Carl Hooper strikes
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In Group B, South Africa make a bad start as Jonty Rhodes is dismissed for just two runs during their defeat to West Indies
A determined Stephen Fleming hits out during his innings of 134 not out
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New Zealand's Stephen Fleming's determined 134 not out and the rain combine to inflict South Africa's second defeat
Canada's John Davison celebrates his century
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Canada's John Davison hits one of the all-time best one-day innings with a spectacular 111 during defeat to the West Indies
Kenya do a lap of honours in Nairobi after beating Sri Lanka to claim their best win ever
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Kenya produce the shock of the World Cup when they defeat Sri Lanka by 53 runs and go on to qualify for the Super Six stage
Marvan Atapattu puts the hosts on the back foot with a superb century
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Sri Lanka's Marvan Atapattu finds his form with a confident century in the crunch game against South Africa
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 the match is declared a tie - putting South Africa out - to the despair of skipper Shaun Pollock


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