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RESULT
7th Super, Centurion, March 14, 2003, ICC World Cup
(40.4/50 ov, T:147) 150/3

India won by 7 wickets (with 56 balls remaining)

Player Of The Match
4/42
zaheer-khan
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Scorecard summary
New Zealand 146/10(45.1 overs)
India 150/3(40.4 overs)
Shane Bond2/23 (8)
Daryl Tuffey1/41 (10)

So that ends New Zealand's defence of their total, India getting home comfortably in the end, seven wickets and almost 10 overs in hand

India notch up their seventh win in a row, maintaining their run of good form leading into the semifinals of this World Cup. New Zealand on the other hand will be disappointed with their performance in this crunch game, and they must hope for Sri Lanka to lose to Zimbabwe tomorrow to get through to the semifinals.

India were boosted hugely by their suddenly-potent pace triumvirate, Zaheer Khan doing the bulk of the damage today with four wickets. And after Shane Bond had India reeling at 21 for three, Mohammad Kaif and Rahul Dravid played sensible, solid cricket to take their side home.

Man of the Match: Zaheer Khan

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40.4
4
Styris to Kaif, FOUR runs

and another one from Kaif, replaying the same stroke, heaving the ball again to the midwicket fence and getting India home extremely comfortably in the end

40.3
4
Styris to Kaif, FOUR runs

just short of a length, and Kaif heaves it away over midwicket, apparently fed up with the slow pace and the rain complications, India now need just one to win

40.2
1
Styris to Dravid, 1 run

glided to third man, India get closer to their target as the rain comes down, but India are well ahead on Duckworth-Lewis

40.1
Styris to Dravid, no run

Dravid wants to finish it off with a big hit over midwicket and misses, just as a little drizzle starts to descend

end of over 40Maiden
INDIA: 141/3CRR: 3.52 RRR: 0.60
Mohammad Kaif60 (127b 6x4)
Rahul Dravid52 (87b 7x4)
Chris Harris 4-1-15-0
Scott Styris 6-0-20-0
39.6
Harris to Kaif, no run

defended on the front foot, Harris proving difficult to get away for Kaif

39.5
Harris to Kaif, no run

stroked to the short midwicket fielder, Harris bowling five dot balls with six runs needed for a win!

39.4
Harris to Kaif, no run

Kaif looks to advance down the track, and Harris bowls it full and straight, Kaif can only jam his bat down and push the ball to mid off

39.3
Harris to Kaif, no run

stroked wide of the cover fielder

39.2
Harris to Kaif, no run

pushed again into the covers, India for some reason not being able to take those last six singles requed

39.1
Harris to Kaif, no run

prodded into the offside, just wide of the cover fieldsman

end of over 394 runs
INDIA: 141/3CRR: 3.61 RRR: 0.54
Rahul Dravid52 (87b 7x4)
Mohammad Kaif60 (121b 6x4)
Scott Styris 6-0-20-0
Chris Harris 3-0-15-0
38.6
Styris to Dravid, no run

punched to mid on again, where Vettori fields and has a shy at the stumps, but Kaif is well behind his crease

38.5
Styris to Dravid, no run

stroked to mid on, where Vettori does the fielding, Dravid looking as solid as ever

38.4
Styris to Dravid, no run

full and on middle sutmp, and Dravid comes forward to defend

38.3
Styris to Dravid, no run

driven back down the track, just wide of the bowler, who fields well enough

38.2
4
Styris to Dravid, FOUR runs

drifting down the leg, and Dravid flicks it off the pads behind square on the legside, sending it fine enough to get four and get to his fifty in style

38.1
Styris to Dravid, no run

pushed into the offside, straight to the mid off fielder

end of over 382 runs
INDIA: 137/3CRR: 3.60 RRR: 0.83
Mohammad Kaif60 (121b 6x4)
Rahul Dravid48 (81b 6x4)
Chris Harris 3-0-15-0
Scott Styris 5-0-16-0
37.6
Harris to Kaif, no run

pushed into the offside, no run taken

37.5
1
Harris to Dravid, 1 run

pushed towards Cairns at mid on, who fields and has a shy at Dravid's end, but the batsman is safely home

37.4
Harris to Dravid, no run

dabbed into the offside again

37.3
Harris to Dravid, no run

steered to the point fielder off the front foot

Match details
SuperSport Park, Centurion
TossIndia, elected to field first
Series
Season2002/03
Player Of The Match
India
Zaheer Khan
Match numberODI no. 1988
Match daysday (50-over match)
Umpires
Australia
Daryl Harper
England
Peter Willey
TV Umpire
Australia
Darrell Hair
Match Referee
Sri Lanka
Ranjan Madugalle
PointsIndia 4, New Zealand 0
India Innings
<1 / 3>
ICC World Cup
Super Sixes
TEAMMWLPTNRR
AUS550241.854
INDIA541200.886
KENYA532140.354
SL52311.5-0.844
NZ5148-0.896
ZIM5053.5-1.254
Pool A
TEAMMWLPTNRR
AUS660242.045
INDIA651201.108
ZIM632140.504
ENG633120.821
PAK623100.227
NED6154-1.454
NAM6060-2.955
Pool B
TEAMMWLPTNRR
SL641181.204
KENYA64216-0.691
NZ642160.990
WI632141.103
SA632141.730
CAN6154-1.989
BAN6052-2.046