and Zaheer cleans up the tail finally, a full and fast yorker that is just too good for the tailender, the sticks knocked back and sealing India's presence in the final
The Indian huddle takes over, and it is as much a sign of the side's togetherness as anything else in this World Cup.
Kenya may have had a fairy tale run till now, but the semi-final truly tested them, and the margin of 91 runs shows that India were clearly the dominant side.
The Indian batting looks as strong as ever, and with Tendulkar and Ganguly in prime form, they will be the ones India will look to against Australia.
Kenya take a lap around the ground, as indeed they should, given how they have charmed even the hard-bitten cynics with their joie de vivre and enthusiasm in this tournament.
India will now prepare for Sunday, the summit clash of this 2003 World Cup, coverage of which begins live on CricInfo at 0800 GMT (1330 IST), so do join us then. Till then, goodbye.
defended on the front foot, bat and pad close together
perhaps that's why! Tendulkar sends down an inswinging full delivery, no spin there, and Obuya is caught on the walk, neither forward nor back, and is adjudged leg before wicket
wide again down the legside, and it is really inexplicable here why Srinath or Nehra is not on from this end
stroked to long on, wide of the fielder on the ropes, and another single to Kenya's total
glided away to the third man region for a single
drifting down the legside, well collected
swept away by Obuya, behind square on the legside, and the ball races away to the fine leg ropes for four
nice delivery, swinging away from the right hander after being angled in, and Suji is beaten yet again
outside the off, angled across the right hander, and Suji plays and misses at that one
full and just outside the off, stroked to the mid off fielder
short ball, and Obuya ducks away from the line of that ball
and four more! Suji flashes at that one tossed up outside off and misses, the ball runs between Dravid and slip for four byes this time
drifting down the legside, and Suji tries to get a touch on it and misses, the ball running away for four wides
turned to the onside
A good hand from Tikolo, if a lone one, comes to an end.
Tendulkar gives it air again, but this one is the quicker one, and Tikolo plays all over it, chopping it onto his stumps to give Tendulkar his first wicket in this World Cup