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    February 04, 2005

    He's back and Australia win!

    Give a player a few dozen attempts to get back to form and chances are he will. Andrew Symonds finally scored runs as Australia beat Pakistan in the first final. The margin may say 19 runs but really the game was almost over once Pakistan allowed Australia to get to 238 after having them at 53/3 and when they were reduced to 27/4 in their chase. McGrath capped his 200th one-day appearance for Australia with his 300th wicket, that of Mohammad Hafeez.

    Symonds came in with Australia reeling and he put together a 140 run partnership with Martyn which set Australia on target to come up with a decent score. After Pakistan lost early wickets, Inzamam, Shoaib Malik and Afridi tried to put the innings back on track but their efforts werent good enough and Australia went one up.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 5:30 PM |
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