- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRb Burmester32325050100.00lbw b Brandes1014190171.42c †Flower b Burmester1215142080.00c Campbell b Burmester81778881105.19c Duers b Traicos34345720100.00b Traicos1220050.00c Omarshah b Traicos66800100.00not out158901187.50not out64610150.00Extras6 (lb 3, w 3)TOTAL203/7 (32 Overs, RR: 6.34)Fall of wickets: 1-23 (Kapil Dev), 2-43 (Mohammad Azharuddin), 3-69 (Kris Srikkanth), 4-168 (Sanjay Manjrekar), 5-170 (Vinod Kambli), 6-182 (Ajay Jadeja), 7-184 (Sachin Tendulkar)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRb Tendulkar3151553060.78not out4356663076.78not out1371020185.71Extras17 (b 1, lb 11, w 5)TOTAL104/1 (19.1 Overs, RR: 5.42)Fall of wickets: 1-79 (Ali Shah)
- World Cup Referee: BJ Paterson
- After rain forced the early close of the Zimbabwe innings, the target was recalculated to 159 runs in the 19 overs.
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