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Last Updated:  Thursday, 6 March, 2003, 14:54 GMT
Team of the World Cup so far
Sachin Tendulkar in full flow against Pakistan
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Sachin Tendulkar only fails to pass 50 in one match, scoring a huge century against Namibia and a vital 98 against Pakistan
South African batsman Herschelle Gibbs salutes the crowd after scoring his century against New Zealand
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Herschelle Gibbs' powerful batting at the top of the order isn't enough to send South Africa into the Super Six stage
Sri Lankan captain Sanath Jayasuriya is in masterful form
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Sanath Jayasuriya carries his recent good form into the World Cup and smashes a century in Sri Lanka's opening game
Ramnaresh Sarwan returns to the crease after earlier being hospitalised by a bouncer against Sri Lanka
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West Indies go out but Ramnaresh Sarwan leaves the fans with some fabulous memories of his explosive shot-making
Canada's John Davison pulls the ball towards the boundary during his 111 against the West Indies
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John Davison is the star of the show for Canada, scoring the fastest ever World Cup century against the West Indies
Rahul Dravid hits the winning runs for India and takes his score to 44 not out
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Indian keeper Rahul Dravid continually shows impressive form both at the crease and behind the stumps
England's Andrew Flintoff leaps into the air as he celebrates the wicket of India's Sachin Tendulkar
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Andrew Flintoff holds England together on more than one occasion with tight bowling and mature batting
Tim de Leede celebrates his figures of 4-35 against India
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Holland's Tim de Leede starts his World Cup with 4-35 against India and later makes a half-century against England
Australia's Andy Bichel celebrates bowling England captain Nasser Hussain
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Australia's Andy Bichel almost single-handedly keeps England in check taking 7-20 as England muster just 204-8
Having won the toss and put Bangladesh in to bat Sri Lanka get off to the best possible start with Chaminda Vaas making World Cup history with a hat-trick in his first three balls
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Chaminda Vaas of Sri Lanka makes history by grabbing a hat-trick from the first three balls against Bangladesh
Collins Obuya has bowled well for Kenya so far
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Kenya progress to the Super Sixes thanks to victory over Sri Lanka with Collins Obuya taking 5-24

World Cup stars shine bright
06 Mar 03 |  World Cup


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