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Final: India v Sri Lanka at Colombo, 29 Sep 2002

The India-Sri Lanka final was postponed to be replayed from scratch on a reserve day after rain cut it short mid-way, just into India's chase.
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2nd Semi Final: Australia v Sri Lanka at Colombo, 27 Sep 2002

In a shock capitulation, Australia succumbed meekly to Sri Lanka, bowled out for just 162 and propelling the hosts into the finals.
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1st Semi Final: India v South Africa at Colombo, 25 Sep 2002

Cruising towards a win, South Africa suddenly found the carpet pulled out from under their feet by a fighting-tooth-and-nail India.
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12th Match: Bangladesh v New Zealand at Colombo, 23 Sep 2002

Shane Bond claimed five-wickets as New Zealand crushed Bangladesh for a consolation win.
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11th Match: England v India at Colombo, 22 Sep 2002

Virender Sehwag and Sourav Ganguly made explosive hundreds as India made a mockery of England.
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10th Match: Netherlands v Pakistan at Colombo, 21 Sep 2002

A dead match at best, with both Pakistan and Holland eliminated by Sri Lanka from the Champions Trophy, both teams played for a consolation win.
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9th Match: Kenya v South Africa at Colombo, 20 Sep 2002

Needing to beat Kenya to qualify for the semi-finals, South Africa turned in a professional performance, led by Herschelle Gibbs' century.
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8th Match: Australia v Bangladesh at Colombo, 19 Sep 2002

Jason Gillespie claimed four wicket as Australia thrashed a hapless Bangladesh side and booked their place in the semi-finals.
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7th Match: England v Zimbabwe at Colombo, 18 Sep 2002

Defeating Zimbabwe comprehensively, England set up a humdinger against India on Sunday, the winner of that match going through to the semi finals.
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6th Match: Kenya v West Indies at Colombo, 17 Sep 2002

Brian Lara was not in the best of health, but helped by a few lucky breaks, he hung around to guide the West Indies to a 29-run win over Kenya.
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5th Match: Sri Lanka v Netherlands at Colombo, 16 Sep 2002

Marvan Atapattu made a hundred and Muttiah Muralitharan claimed four wickets as Sri Lanka crushed Netherlands to become the first team to seal their place in the semi-finals.
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4th Match: Australia v New Zealand at Colombo, 15 Sep 2002

Australia annihilated New Zealand at the Sinhalese Sports Club on Sunday. Glenn McGrath, who claimed five New Zealand wickets, was appropriately named the Man of the Match.
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3rd Match: India v Zimbabwe at Colombo, 14 Sep 2002

Fighting centuries from Mohammad Kaif and Andy Flower were the highlights of India's narrow win over Zimbabwe.
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2nd Match: South Africa v West Indies, 13 Sep 2002

A nail-biting last-ball thriller was won by South Africa, virtually eliminating the West Indies from the remainder of the tournament.
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1st Match: Pakistan v Sri Lanka, 12 Sep 2002

The ICC Champions Trophy kicked off with a fixture between two of the most explosive teams around - Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
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