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Last Updated:  Saturday, 15 March, 2003, 11:36 GMT
Australia too good for brave Kenya
Kenya's Kennedy Otieno is hit on the elbow by a bouncer and the ball deflects on to his stumps
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Brett Lee claims the wicket of Kennedy Otieno with a bouncer that crashes onto the stumps via the Kenyan's elbow
Australian players gather round Kennedy Otieno as he lies stricken after a Brett Lee bouncer
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Concern for the Australians as Otieno writhes in agony - he has to be helped away from the crease
Brett Lee jumps for joy after claiming the wicket of Kenyan batsman Brijal Patel
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Lee's next ball tempts Brijal Patel into nicking an inswinger, leaving the fast bowler on a hat-trick and Kenya on 3-2
Australia captain Ricky Ponting congratulates hat-trick hero Brett Lee
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Lee completes his hat-trick - the third in World Cup history - with a superb yorker that accounts for David Obuya
Frustration for Ravindu Shah as he misses out on his half century
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Ravindu Shah steadies the ship, scoring 46 before top-edging a Brad Hogg delivery to give Australia their fourth wicket
Kenya fans cheer on their side against Australia in Durban
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Captain Steve Tikolo delights the Kenyan fans with a half century as the minnows reach 174-8 from their 50 overs
Matthew Hayden scored 20 runs before being caught at midwicket off Peter Ongondo's bowling
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Australia opener Matthew Hayden departs for 20, lofting a cavalier pull straight to midwicket
Adam Gilchrist returns to the dressing room after another all-action innings
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But Adam Gilchrist gets the Aussie run-chase moving with 67 from just 42 balls before falling to Peter Ongondo
Australia captain Ricky Ponting departs lbw while Kenyan David Obuya scoops up the ball
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Aasif Karim traps Ricky Ponting lbw, one of three wickets for the spinner, as Australia stutter to 117-5
Ian Harvey and Andrew Symonds guided Australia to victory
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Ian Harvey and Andrew Symonds produce an unbeaten 71-run fifth wicket stand to seal victory with 18 overs to spare
Kenya spinner Aasif Karim salutes the crowd after taking three wickets against Australia
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Karim and Kenya can reflect on another creditable performance as they prepare for a semi-final against India

Australia v Kenya: Over by over
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