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Showing photos for 2nd Qualifying Match: West Indies v Zimbabwe at Ahmedabad, Oct 8, 2006

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Oct 8, 2006

Chris Gayle thwarts a short delivery for a six over long on

Chris Gayle thwarts a short delivery for a six over long on

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Oct 8, 2006

Brian Lara and Shivnarine Chanderpaul head back to the pavilion

Brian Lara and Shivnarine Chanderpaul head back to the pavilion

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Oct 8, 2006

Tafadzwa Mufambisi looks lost as he makes his way back

Tafadzwa Mufambisi looks lost as he makes his way back

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Oct 8, 2006

Tafadzwa Mufambisi is sent packing by Jerome Taylor

Tafadzwa Mufambisi is sent packing by Jerome Taylor

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Oct 8, 2006

Ian Bradshaw appeals unsuccessfully for a leg before decision

Ian Bradshaw appeals unsuccessfully for a leg before decision

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Oct 8, 2006

Piet Rinke isn't quick enough to beat the direct hit

Piet Rinke isn't quick enough to beat the direct hit

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Oct 8, 2006

Brendan Taylor hears the death rattle before getting to the crease

Brendan Taylor hears the death rattle before getting to the crease

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Oct 8, 2006

West Indies celebrate their first strike

West Indies celebrate their first strike

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Oct 8, 2006

Chamu Chibhabha is cleaned up by Ian Bradshaw

Chamu Chibhabha is cleaned up by Ian Bradshaw

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Oct 8, 2006

Hamilton Masakadza has his off stump pegged back by Jerome Taylor

Hamilton Masakadza has his off stump pegged back by Jerome Taylor

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