1 S R Tendulkar (Ind)
2 S Chanderpaul (WI)
3 B C Lara (WI)
4 P A De Silva (SL)
5 C Z Harris (NZ)
6 S G Law (Aus)
7 B M McMillan (SA)
8 I A Healy (Aus)
9 S K Warne (Aus)
10 W P U C J Vaas (SL)
11 C L Ambrose (WI)
Quote of the week
They won 95 per cent of the game, but we won the last five per cent. Mark Taylor after his team's astonishing semi-final win.
Moment of the week
The way the roars died instantly in 110,000 throats in Calcutta when Sri Lanka's wicketkeeper, Romesh Kaluwitharana, stumped Sachin Tendulkar and changed the course of the semi-final with a stroke of genius.
Loser of the week
The West Indies middle-order batsman who ended the tournament with a grand total of two runs (both singles) and three ducks from his five innings, culminating in a desperate and horrible swipe against Damien Fleming at a crucial moment in the semi-final.
130 Chris Harris (NZ v Aus)
111 Brian Lara (WI v SA)
110 Mark Waugh (Aus v NZ)
93 Navjot Singh Sidhu (Ind v Pak)
9-0-36-4 Shane Warne (Aus v WI)
7-1-12-3 Sanath Jayasuriya (SL v Ind)
7-1-34-3 Javagal Srinath (Ind v SL)
10-1-26-2 Curtly Ambrose (WI v Aus)
Sri Lanka (236-5) bt England (235-8) by 5 wkts.
India (287-8) bt Pakistan (248-9) by 39 runs.
West Indies (264-8) bt South Africa (245) by 19 runs.
Australia (289-4) bt New Zealand (286-9) by 6 wkts.
Sri Lanka (251-8) bt India (120-8) by default - crowd trouble.
Australia (207-8) bt West Indies (202) by 5 runs.
Sri Lanka v Australia (tomorrow, at Gaddafi stadium, Lahore, Pakistan). TV: Sky Sport: Live 09.00-17.30. BBC2: Highlights 22.10-23.10. Radio: Radio 4 LW: Live 09.30-17.30.
Sachin Tendulkar (Ind) 523
Mark Waugh (Aus) 472
Gary Kirsten (SA) 391
Aravinda de Silva (SL) 341
Saeed Anwar (Pak) 329
Anil Kumble (Ind) 15
Waqar Younis (Pak) 13
Paul Strang (Zimb) 12
Roger Harper (WI) 12
Shane Warne (Aus) 12
Ian Healy (Aus) 12
Rashid Latif (Pak) 9
Anil Kumble (Ind) 8
Chris Cairns (NZ) 6Reuse content