The blow to Mark Vermeulen was so sickening that even the opposition was worried, India v Zimbabwe, VB Series, Brisbane, 6th ODI, January 20, 2004 © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Zimbabwe put up their best showing of the series, but fell short by 24 runs © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Sean Ervine gave the ball an almighty thump at the death © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Sean Ervine gave the ball an almighty thump at the death © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    India picked up wickets at regular intervals © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Lakshmipathy Balaji chipped in with vital wickets © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Heath Streak's run of good scores came to an end © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Sourav Ganguly's day on the field began well, he ran out Travis Friend © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    The blow to Mark Vermeulen was so sickening that even the opposition was worried © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Zimbabwe began disastrously as Mark Vermeulen was struck on the head © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Zimbabwe were buoyed by success, but India still scored 255 © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Ray Price got Zimbabwe back in the game with the wicket of Yuvraj Singh © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Yuvraj Singh played some exciting shots © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Rahul Dravid provided the Indian innings with solidity © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Yuvraj Singh kept the scoreboard ticking over © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Rahul Dravid began to consolidate © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Sean Ervine took Douglas Hondo's lead and was sharp on the field © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Douglas Hondo inspired Zimbabwe with athleticism in the field © Getty Images

  • Jan 20, 2004

    Douglas Hondo took a great catch to send Sourav Ganguly back © Getty Images