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2nd Qualifying Match, West Indies v Zimbabwe

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West Indies v Zimbabwe, 2nd qualifier, Ahmedabad

'We came here to win this game emphatically' - Lara

Oct 8, 2006: "We came here to win this game emphatically, and we did that," Brian Lara said in the post-match press conference

Anand Vasu in Ahmedabad

West Indies v Zimbabwe, 2nd qualifier, Ahmedabad

A sorry affair

Oct 8, 2006: If the early part of the Champions Trophy needed something less than torrential rain, it was a one-sided game played out in front of yawningly empty stands

The Verdict by Anand Vasu in Ahmedabad

West Indies v Zimbabwe, 2nd qualifier, Ahmedabad

Windies annihilate Zimbabwe

Oct 8, 2006: Zimbabwe arrived here with the aim of proving their competitiveness at this level, but a West Indies side operating at well below full throttle gave them a cruel reality check at the Motera Stadium

The Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran

Champions Trophy, 2006

'I'm backing the team to get it right' - Hinds

Oct 8, 2006: Wavell Hinds, the West Indies middle-order batsman, said he was confident of his team making it to the group stages.

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Champions Trophy, 2006

'I'm hoping to put my best foot forward' - Lara

Oct 7, 2006: Indian fans have seen plenty of Sachin Tendulkar's hundreds, long Rahul Dravid innings, more of Ricky Ponting than they would have liked, but so little of Brian Lara, that it's a crying shame

Anand Vasu in Ahmedabad
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