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West Indies v Zimbabwe 1999-2000

2001: Toss Zimbabwe

Tour diary: Stunned on Miracle Monday

Mar 24, 2000: Stunned

Alistair Campbel

West Indies v Zimbabwe: Immediate Reactions after first Test match

Mar 22, 2000: "We led for four days and about one session, and in the last two hours, got bowled out brilliantly

Colin Croft

When the going gets tough, the tough gets going, with great excitement!!

Mar 22, 2000: Even in the 21st century, with all the technology around and so many might be using performance enhancing stuff to boost one's energy, real old fashioned miracles still happen, with real blood, real sweat and real tears

Colin Croft

Calypso beat refuses to die down

Mar 21, 2000: When a bowler of the experience of Curtley Ambrose decides that he favours bowling from the Pavilion End at the Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad, the batsmen begin to view that end of the pitch with extreme suspicion

Anand Vasu

Zimbabwe in West Indies: Amazing pace

Mar 21, 2000: Port-Of-Spain - The age of miracles is not over for West Indies cricket, not as long as Curtly Ambrose and Courtney Walsh are around to inspire them

Tony cozier

Zimbabwe in West Indies: Miracle win

Mar 21, 2000: Against all odds, the West Indies' battery of fast bowlers shot down lightweights Zimbabwe for 63 to provide their team with one of the most amazing victories in modern day Test cricket at the Queen's Park Oval in Trinidad yesterday

Andy Flower's unique feat

Mar 21, 2000: In the Trinidad Test Match, the Zimbabwean victory target of 99 was the second lowest ever which a team has failed to achieve

Kamran Sekha

West Indies on brink

Mar 20, 2000: Port-Of-Spain - Overcome as much by the collective negativity that has enveloped every aspect of their cricket for so long as by the discipline and fierce competitiveness of their opponents, the West Indies are on the brink of their latest

Tour diary: A chance to make history

Mar 20, 2000: Well, it's the end of day four and what a Test match it is turning out to be

Alistair Campbell

Tour diary: everything to play for after two days

Mar 20, 2000: Well, it's the end of a very long second day, about seven and half hours of Test cricket in all

Alistair Campbell

Flower power

Mar 19, 2000: Port-Of-Spain - The West Indies all but let the first Test slip from their grasp yesterday

Lara's influences missed, or not?

Mar 19, 2000: Harper's answer was somewhat informative: "We have already said that we know and accept that Brian will be missing this season

Colin E. Croft

Little pluck, less luck

Mar 18, 2000: Port-Of-Spain - After two days of the first Test they have ever played against the only opponents they can justifiably claim to rank below them at present in the world game, the West Indies are in familiar strife

Tony Cozier

West Indies make heavy weather

Mar 17, 2000: Port-of-Spain - From the moment Heath Streak earned himself an early 26th birthday present with the wicket of Adrian Griffith, off the third ball of the match, to the time rain set in 13 balls after lunch, the first day of the inaugural Test against

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