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Coca-Cola Cup Final

India v West Indies 2000-01

2002: Toss: India

India v West Indies 2000-01

2002: At Harare, July 4

Zimbabwe v West Indies 2000-01

2002: At Bulawayo, July 1

India v West Indies 2000-01

2002: At Bulawayo, June 30

Zimbabwe v India 2000-01

2002: At Bulawayo, June 27

Zimbabwe v India 2000-01

2002: At Harare, June 24

Zimbabwe v West Indies 2000-01

2002: At Harare, June 23

Winnners: West Indies

Coca-Cola Cup (Zimbabwe), 2001

2002: The first international triangular one-day tournament in Zimbabwe proved a disaster for the home side, a disappointment for India and a triumph for West Indies, who surprised many by turning in a superb batting performance to win the final

John Ward

Tendulkar's availability to be known after another bone scan

Jul 31, 2001: Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar's availability for the three-match Test series in Sri Lanka from August 14 would be known only after the second bone scan on his injured right toe, scheduled for August 10, according to Mumbai Cricket Association

Fully fit Badani hopes to make a big impact in Sri Lanka

Jul 15, 2001: Hemang Badani was a bubbly young man despite his less than memorable Test debut against Zimbabwe in the second Test at Harare

Anand Vasu

Marsh, Healy helped me perform well in Zimbabwe: Dighe

Jul 10, 2001: Vital tips by former Australian wicketkeepers Rodney Marsh and Ian Healy helped the Indian wicketkeeper Sameer Dighe perform well on the recently concluded tour of Zimbabwe

Indians were guilty of complacency

Jul 10, 2001: I was totally convinced that India would fire in the One Day Internationals in Zimbabwe after the Test disappointment

Erapalli Prasanna

Tendulkar's injury caused by his left boot spike

Jul 10, 2001: India's batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar suffered a foot injury during the final of the tri-nation series against the West Indies on Saturday when his right foot spiked his left foot while fielding, forcing him to withdraw from the first part of the

It was good exposure for youngsters: Chauhan

Jul 9, 2001: Indian cricket team manager Chetan Chauhan feels the Zimbabwe tour had been a very good learning experience for some of the young players despite the team's failure to win either the Test series or the triangular one-day tournament

Ganguly pleads for 'best of three' finals

Jul 8, 2001: Having been grounded by West Indies in the final after a superlative performance in the league matches, Indian captain Saurav Ganguly has advocated the case of having a 'best-ofthree' final in one-day tournaments

Rotation not the way to go for India

Jul 8, 2001: The rotation policy, a distinctly Australian innovation, seems to be spreading its tentacles further afield

Sankhya Krishnan

Jacobs suspension altered so that he misses a game

Jul 8, 2001: One of the more bizarre disciplinary cases in the history of the ICC refereeing system took a new turn on Saturday

Rick Eyre

Lack of attention to detail cause for India's loss to West Indies

Jul 8, 2001: Four comfortable wins in four matches

Anand Vasu

7th Match (Final), India v West Indies, Coca Cola Cup, Statistical Highlights

Jul 8, 2001: It was the 1734th ODI in the cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

India should learn to play better under pressure: Ganguly

Jul 8, 2001: Smarting under the 16-run loss to West Indies in the final of the triangular series in Harare on Saturday, skipper Saurav Ganguly said India would have to think about a strategy for playing better cricket under pressure

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