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Final: Sri Lanka v India at Colombo, 5 August 2001
Coach, Physio and manager join in on the joyous moments soon after the final

On the back of Jayasuriya's 99 and Russel Arnold's all round brilliance the Lankan won the Coca-Cola Cup 2001. India were outclassed on the day and lost by 121 runs

Sanath Jayasuriya executes a glorious cover drive
9th Match: India v New Zealand at Colombo, 2 August 2001
Fleming and Astle

Virender Shewag with a swashbuckling 100 powered India to a 7 wicket triumph over New Zealand. The win takes India into the final to be played on Sunday against Sri Lanka.

Yuvraj Singh strikes with the ball
8th Match: Sri Lanka v India at Colombo, 1 August 2001
Yuvraj Singh picks up the Man of the Match

An inspired 98* from Yuvraj Singh keeps India's hopes alive to reach the Final as they win by 46 runs against the Lankans at the Sinhalese Sports Club ground on Wednesday.

The Indians get together in celebration
7th Match: Sri Lanka v New Zealand at Colombo, 31 July 2001
the covers on

Sri Lanka confirmed their place in the final with a thumping win against New Zealand by 106 runs at Sinhalese Sports Club ground on Tuesday, in a rain-delayed match..

Vaas makes an unsuccesfull appeal
6th Match: India v Sri Lanka at Colombo, 28 July 2001
The Indians celebrate

India scored their maiden victory in four matches in the Coca-Cola Cup tri-series on Saturday when they defeated Sri Lanka by seven wickets at the Premadasa stadium.

Kaluwitharana sweeps
5th Match: India v New Zealand at Colombo, 26 July 2001
Astle inner edges Nehra

New Zealand handed India their third consecutive defeat in the Coca-Cola Cup at the Premadasa Stadium in Colombo on Thursday . Catch all the action here.

A jubilant fan waves the Kiwi flag
4th Match: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Colombo, 25 July 2001
Russel Arnold advances for a rousing off drive during his unbeaten 91

Russel Arnold guided Sri Lanka to a remarkable five wicket victory over New Zealand in the Coca Cola triseries in Colombo. Here is a piece of the action.

Kalu watches his fellow stumper Parore sweep successfully
Practice session on the eve of the fourth match, 24 July 2001
Mahela Jayawardene talks to CricInfo's Charlie Austin

The New Zealand team warms up for their clash against hosts Sri Lanka in Colombo on Wednesday with a practise session at the Premadasa International Stadium.

The Kiwis train on the eve of their clash against Sri Lanka
3rd Match: India v Sri Lanka at Colombo, 22 July 2001
Tony Greig engages Sanath Jayasuriya

Sanath Jayasuriya is victorious once more - this time by just 6 runs in a tense game against India. Suresh Perera who shone with both bat and ball was named the man of the match.

A disappointed Ganguly speaks to Tony Greig
2nd Match: India v New Zealand at Colombo, 20 July 2001
Parore congratulates Astle on his 10th ODI century

Nathan Astle's 10th ODI century lifted New Zealand to a thumping 84-run victory over India in the second match of the Coca-Cola Cup. Catch all the action here.

Sodhi scurries for a run as Parore awaits the return
1st Match: New Zealand v Sri Lankan at Colombo, 18 July 2001
Jayasuriya upsets the wicket

Sri Lanka started the Coca-Cola tri-series on a winning note by overcoming New Zealand's challenge at Colombo. Catch all the action from the pipe opener

Chris Harris makes an imploring lbw appeal
Press Conference at Colombo, 16 July 2001
Sourav Ganguly, Sanath Jayasuriya and Stephen Fleming share a lighter moment

Skippers Sourav Ganguly, Sanath Jayasuriya and Stephen Fleming addressed a press conference at the Taj Samudra in Colombo before the Coca-Cola tri-series. Here are some snapshots from the event.

Stephen Fleming, Jeff Crowe and Dav Whatmore at the press conference

Results & Scores
Sri Lanka won by 121 runs
Sri Lanka 295/5 (50 ov)
India 174 (47.2 ov)

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