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9th Match, India v New Zealand, Coca Cola Cup, Statistical Highlights

Aug 3, 2001: It was the 1743rd ODI in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

Just one guy took it away from us: Fleming

Aug 2, 2001: New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming, speaking after India defeated his side to qualify for the final of the Coca-Cola Cup, paid tribute to Virender Shewag who took the game away from them with a sparkling 100 off just 69 deliveries, the seventh

Rex Clementine

I just played my natural game, says Shewag

Aug 2, 2001: Asked to open the innings in the absence of batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar, 22-year-old Virender Shewag could not have chosen a better occasion to live up to his reputation as a hard-hitting batsman

Shewag ton powers India to title clash with Sri Lanka

Aug 2, 2001: Looking down and out after their first three games, India stormed into the final of the Coca-Cola Cup at a sun bathed Sinhalese Sports Club today after their best batting performance of the tournament to date

Charlie Austin

Shewag's century not enough for place in Test squad

Aug 2, 2001: A brilliant maiden 100 by all-rounder Virender Shewag in the crucial one-day league match of the Coca-Cola Cup tri-series against New Zealand, was not enough to earn him a place in the Test squad announced by the selectors in Mumbai today

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