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Final, New Zealand v India

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Match 6, Zimbabwe v India

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Match 5, India v New Zealand

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Match 4, Zimbabwe v New Zealand

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Match 3, Zimbabwe v India

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Match 2, India v New Zealand

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Match 1, Zimbabwe v New Zealand

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Series Review

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India v New Zealand, Videocon Cup, Final, Harare

India missed the trick due to poor batting

Sep 7, 2005: Shane Bond feels that India's middle-order stutter cost them the game in the final of the Videocon Cup at Harare

Shane Bond

India v New Zealand, Final, Videocon Cup, Harare

Fleming hails New Zealand's 'tenacity'

Sep 7, 2005: Stephen Fleming and Sourav Ganguly were in contrasting moods at the end of the Videocon Cup final at Harare

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India's record in finals

India's inability to win when it matters

Sep 5, 2005: India have had an abysmal record when it comes to winning finals

George Binoy

Indian captain's long-standing weakness

Ganguly's short-ball woes

Sep 5, 2005: Over the last four years, Sourav Ganguly has been thoroughly exposed by short-pitched bowling

S Rajesh

The Shane Bond column

Top-order batting is India's main concern

Sep 5, 2005: Before I harp on India's poor record in the finals, let me state that we have a similar image of not doing well in crunch games in foreign conditions

Shane Bond

Zimbabwe v India, Videocon tri-series, Harare

Yuvraj - defeat never crossed my mind

Sep 4, 2005: Yuvraj Singh quotes after India's victory

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Zimbabwe v India, Videocon tri-series, Harare

The art of building an innings

Sep 4, 2005: Yuvraj Singh worked hard for his runs early on, but it paid dividends in the end

The Verdict by S Rajesh

Zimbabwe v India, Videocon tri-series, Harare

Yuvraj and Dhoni take India home

Sep 4, 2005: Tatenda Taibu led from the front with a classy half-century as Zimbabwe fought back bravely in the otherwise inconsequential final league game of the Videocon Cup

The Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran

Zimbabwe v India, Videocon tri-series, Harare

India likely to exercise bench strength

Sep 4, 2005: Rudra Pratap Singh, Murali Kartik, Suresh Raina and Venugopala Rao can all expect a game against Zimbabwe on Sunday

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India v New Zealand, Videocon Cup final, Harare

The Big Boys Come Out to Play

Sep 3, 2005: Those unable to accept India's steep fall from grace as a one-day outfit will not doubt hunt for scapegoats in the aftermath of this latest demoralising defeat

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

India v New Zealand, Videocon Cup, Harare

Roaring to life

Sep 3, 2005: With no Shane Bond to take the shine off the white lacquer, India's batsmen could express themselves without a hint of trepidation

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

New Zealand's injury worries

Cairns ruled out of Videocon Cup final

Sep 3, 2005: Chris Cairns, the New Zealand allrounder, has been ruled out of the rest of the Videocon Cup in Zimbabwe owing to a recurrence of a hamstring injury

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Tournament Results
India v New Zealand at Harare - Sep 6, 2005
New Zealand won by 6 wickets (with 11 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v India at Harare - Sep 4, 2005
India won by 4 wickets (with 11 balls remaining)
India v New Zealand at Harare - Sep 2, 2005
India won by 6 wickets (with 15 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v New Zealand at Harare - Aug 31, 2005
New Zealand won by 27 runs
Zimbabwe v India at Harare - Aug 29, 2005
India won by 161 runs
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