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DURBAN : Through their wet changing room window Sri Lanka’s captain Sanath Jayasuriya and team mate Dilhara Fernando celebrate 03 March 2003 as their match against South Africa ended with a tie due to rain, which kept South Africa out of the World Cup games and Sri Lanka in.

Vaas heading for new World Cup record

Sa'adi Thawfeeq reporting from South Africa & Kenya

DURBAN, Wednesday , When Sri Lanka won the World Cup in 1996 it was their devastating batting and brilliant fielding that proved to be the decisive factors. In the current World Cup tournament in Africa, it is not so much their batting or fielding that has virtually guaranteed them a place in the Super Sixes, but their bowling, especially that of left-arm fast-medium bowler Chaminda Vaas.
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