1998 ICC KnockOut Trophy

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1998 ICC KnockOut Trophy
ICC KnockOut Trophy 1998 logo.gif
Administrator(s) International Cricket Council
Cricket format One-Day International
Tournament format(s) Knockout
Host(s)  Bangladesh
Champions  South Africa (1st title)
Participants 9
Matches played 8
Man of the Series South Africa Jacques Kallis
Most runs West Indies Cricket Board Philo Wallace (221)
Most wickets South Africa Jacques Kallis (8)
Official website ICC-Cricinfo Tournament website
2000

The 1998 ICC KnockOut Trophy (officially known as Wills International Cup)[1] was a One Day International cricket tournament held in Bangladesh. It was the first tournament apart from the World Cups to involve all test playing nations. Future editions of this tournament are now known as the ICC Champions Trophy.

History[edit]

The ICC conceived the idea of a short cricket tournamentt to raise funds for the development of the game in the non-Test playing countries.[2] The tournament, later dubbed as the mini-World Cup as it involved all the full members of the ICC, was planned as a Knock Out tournament so that it is both short and also does not reduce the value and importance of the World Cup.

Venue[edit]

The ICC decided to award the tournament to Bangladesh to promote the game in that nation. Bangladesh did not participate as they were not a test playing nation at that time, despite winning the 1997 ICC Trophy and qualifying for the 1999 Cricket World Cup. One of the worst ever floods of the region[3] threatened to ruin the tournament. However, the tournament eventually went ahead in Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Cricket Board promised to donate 10% of the gate money to the Prime Minister's Fund for flood relief.[4]

Fixtures[edit]

The tournament was intended to be held in a direct knock-out format for all the test playing countries of the time. There were 9 countries eligible which meant that 2 countries would play a qualifier knockout to determine the final 8 teams. Initially, it was announced that the 9 teams would be ranked according to the 1996 Cricket World Cup seedings. However, the draw eventually released appeared to have been tweaked in favour of some of the team with bigger fan following.[5]

According to the final fixtures, New Zealand had to play Zimbabwe to qualify for the main draw.[6]

Squads[edit]

Australia[edit]

No. Player Date of Birth Batting Style Bowling Style First Class Team
90. Steve Waugh (captain) 2 June 1965 Right hand bat Right arm medium Australia New South Wales
105. Mark Waugh (vice-captain) 2 June 1965 Right hand bat Right arm medium
Right arm off break
Australia New South Wales
116. Michael Bevan 8 May 1970 Left hand bat Left arm slow chinaman Australia New South Wales
115. Damien Fleming 24 April 1970 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium Australia Victoria
129. Adam Gilchrist (wicket-keeper) 14 November 1971 Left hand bat Wicket-keeper Australia Western Australia
112. Brendon Julian 10 August 1970 Right hand bat Left arm fast-medium Australia Western Australia
125. Michael Kasprowicz 10 February 1972 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium Australia Queensland
128. Darren Lehmann 5 February 1970 Left hand bat Left arm orthodox spin Australia South Australia
109. Damien Martyn 21 October 1971 Right hand bat Right arm medium Australia Western Australia
113. Glenn McGrath 9 February 1970 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium Australia New South Wales
123. Ricky Ponting 19 December 1974 Right hand bat Right arm medium Australia Tasmania
119. Gavin Robertson 28 May 1966 Right hand bat Right arm off break Australia New South Wales
139. Andrew Symonds 9 June 1975 Right hand bat Right arm medium
Right arm off break
Australia Queensland
138. Brad Young 23 February 1973 Right hand bat Left arm orthodox spin Australia South Australia
Source:[7]

England[edit]

No. Player Date of Birth Batting Style Bowling Style First Class Team
143. Adam Hollioake (captain) 5 September 1971 Right hand bat Right arm medium England Surrey
151. Ian Austin 30 May 1966 Left hand bat Right arm medium England Lancashire
135. Ali Brown 11 February 1970 Right hand bat Right arm off break England Surrey
147. Dougie Brown 29 October 1969 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium England Warwickshire
136. Mark Ealham 27 August 1969 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium England Kent
England Nottinghamshire
94. Neil Fairbrother 9 September 1963 Left hand bat Left arm medium England Lancashire
148. Matthew Fleming 12 December 1964 Right hand bat Right arm medium England Kent
145. Ashley Giles 19 March 1973 Right hand bat Left arm orthodox spin England Warwickshire
112. Graeme Hick 23 May 1966 Right hand bat Right arm off break England Worcestershire
140. Nick Knight 28 November 1969 Left hand bat Right arm medium England Warwickshire
141. Graham Lloyd 1 July 1969 Right hand bat Right arm medium England Lancashire
131. Peter Martin 15 November 1968 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium England Lancashire
96. Jack Russell (wicket-keeper) 15 August 1963 Left hand bat Wicket-keeper England Gloucestershire
144. Chris Silverwood 5 March 1975 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium England Yorkshire
David Graveney (Manager) 2 January 1953 Right hand bat Left arm orthodox spin England Gloucestershire
28. David Lloyd (Coach) 18 March 1947 Left hand bat Left arm orthodox spin England Lancashire
Source:[8]

India[edit]

No. Player Date of Birth Batting Style Bowling Style First Class Team
51. Mohammad Azharuddin (captain) 8 February 1963 Right hand bat Right arm medium India Hyderabad
England Derbyshire
111. Ajit Agarkar 4 December 1977 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium India Bombay
95. Rahul Dravid 11 January 1973 Right hand bat Right arm off break India Karnataka
84. Sourav Ganguly 8 July 1972 Left hand bat Right arm medium India Bengal
85. Ajay Jadeja 1 February 1971 Right hand bat Right arm medium India Haryana
98. Sunil Joshi 6 June 1970 Left hand bat Left arm orthodox spin India Karnataka
78. Anil Kumble 17 October 1970 Right hand bat Right arm leg break Googly India Karnataka
112. V. V. S. Laxman 1 November 1974 Right hand bat Right arm off break India Hyderabad
88. Nayan Mongia (wicket-keeper) 19 December 1969 Right hand bat Wicket-keeper India Baroda
89. Venkatesh Prasad 5 August 1969 Right hand bat Right arm medium-fast India Karnataka
71. Robin Singh 14 September 1963 Left hand bat Right arm medium-fast India Tamil Nadu
81. Javagal Srinath 31 August 1969 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium India Karnataka
74. Sachin Tendulkar 24 April 1973 Right hand bat Right arm off break
Right arm leg break Googly
India Bombay
Source:[9]

New Zealand[edit]

No. Player Date of Birth Batting Style Bowling Style First Class Team
88. Stephen Fleming (captain) 1 April 1973 Left hand bat Right arm medium New Zealand Cantebury
New Zealand Wellington
98. Geoff Allott 24 December 1971 Right hand bat Left arm fast-medium New Zealand Cantebury
93. Nathan Astle 15 September 1971 Right hand bat Right arm medium New Zealand Cantebury
106. Mark Bailey 26 November 1970 Right hand bat Right arm medium New Zealand Northern Districts
107. Matthew Bell 25 February 1977 Right hand bat Right arm off break New Zealand Wellington
New Zealand Northern Districts
78. Simon Doull 6 August 1969 Right hand bat Right arm medium New Zealand Northern Districts
72. Chris Harris 20 November 1969 Left hand bat Right arm medium New Zealand Cantebury
99. Matt Horne 5 December 1970 Right hand bat Right arm medium New Zealand Otago
102. Craig McMillan 13 September 1976 Right hand bat Right arm medium New Zealand Cantebury
103. Shayne O'Connor 15 November 1973 Left hand bat Left arm fast-medium New Zealand Otago
80. Adam Parore (wicket-keeper) 23 January 1971 Right hand bat Wicket-keeper New Zealand Auckland
108. Alex Tait 13 June 1972 Right hand bat Right arm medium New Zealand Northern Districts
100. Daniel Vettori 27 January 1979 Left hand bat Left arm orthodox spin New Zealand Northern Districts
105. Paul Wiseman 4 May 1970 Right hand bat Right arm off break New Zealand Otago
New Zealand Cantebury
Source:[10]

Pakistan[edit]

No. Player Date of Birth Batting Style Bowling Style First Class Team
80. Aamer Sohail (captain) 14 September 1966 Left hand bat Left arm orthodox spin Pakistan Lahore
109. Shahid Afridi 1 March 1980 Right hand bat Right arm leg break Pakistan Karachi
60. Ijaz Ahmed 20 September 1968 Right hand bat Left arm medium Pakistan Islamabad
123. Shoaib Akhtar 13 August 1975 Right hand bat Right arm fast Pakistan Rawalpindi
53. Wasim Akram 3 June 1966 Left hand bat Left arm fast Pakistan Lahore
102. Saleem Elahi 21 November 1976 Right hand bat Right arm off break Pakistan Lahore
67. Aaqib Javed 5 August 1972 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium Pakistan Islamabad
87. Arshad Khan 22 March 1971 Right hand bat Right arm off break Pakistan Peshawar
79. Moin Khan (wicket-keeper) 23 September 1971 Right hand bat Wicket-keeper Pakistan Karachi
108. Azhar Mahmood 28 February 1975 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium Pakistan Islamabad
38. Saleem Malik 16 April 1963 Right hand bat Right arm medium Pakistan Lahore
103. Saqlain Mushtaq 29 December 1976 Right hand bat Right arm off break Pakistan Islamabad
119. Akhtar Sarfraz 20 February 1976 Left hand bat Right arm off break Pakistan Peshawar
122. Yousuf Youhana 27 August 1974 Right hand bat Right arm off break Pakistan Lahore
Source:[11]

South Africa[edit]

No. Player Date of Birth Batting Style Bowling Style First Class Team
15. Hansie Cronje (captain) 25 September 1969 Right hand bat Right arm medium South Africa Free State
51. Dale Benkenstein 9 June 1974 Right hand bat Right arm medium
Right arm off break
South Africa KwaZulu-Natal
34. Nicky Boje 20 March 1973 Left hand bat Left arm orthodox spin South Africa Free State
46. Mark Boucher (wicket-keeper) 3 December 1976 Right hand bat Wicket-keeper South Africa Border
31. Derek Crookes 5 March 1969 Right hand bat Right arm off break South Africa Gauteng
25. Daryll Cullinan 4 March 1967 Right hand bat Right arm off break South Africa Gauteng
52. Alan Dawson 27 November 1969 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium South Africa Western Province
48. Steve Elworthy 23 February 1965 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium South Africa Northerns
38. Jacques Kallis 16 October 1975 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium South Africa Western Province
28. Gary Kirsten 23 November 1967 Left hand bat Right arm off break South Africa Western Province
47. Makhaya Ntini 6 July 1977 Right hand bat Right arm fast South Africa Border
39. Shaun Pollock 16 July 1973 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium South Africa KwaZulu-Natal
17. Jonty Rhodes 27 July 1969 Right hand bat Right arm medium South Africa KwaZulu-Natal
27. Pat Symcox 14 April 1960 Right hand bat Right arm off break South Africa Griqualand West
Source:[12]

Sri Lanka[edit]

No. Player Date of Birth Batting Style Bowling Style First Class Team
24. Arjuna Ranatunga (captain) 1 December 1963 Left hand bat Right arm medium Sri Lanka Sinhalese SC
37. Aravinda de Silva (vice-captain) 17 October 1965 Right hand bat Right arm off break Sri Lanka Nondescripts CC
59. Marvan Atapattu 22 November 1970 Right hand bat Right arm leg break Sri Lanka Sinhalese SC
78. Upul Chandana 7 May 1972 Right hand bat Right arm leg break Sri Lanka Nondescripts CC
82. Kumar Dharmasena 24 April 1971 Right hand bat Right arm off break Sri Lanka Bloomfield
93. Avishka Gunawardene 26 May 1977 Left hand bat Sri Lanka Sinhalese SC
58. Sanath Jayasuriya 30 June 1969 Left hand bat Left arm orthodox spin Sri Lanka Bloomfield
61. Romesh Kaluwitharana (wicket-keeper) 24 November 1969 Right hand bat Wicket-keeper Sri Lanka Sebastianites
45. Roshan Mahanama 31 May 1966 Right hand bat Sri Lanka Colombo CC
70. Muttiah Muralitharan 17 April 1972 Right hand bat Right arm off break Sri Lanka Tamil Union
51. Hashan Tillakaratne 14 July 1967 Left hand bat Right arm off break Sri Lanka Nondescripts CC
75. Chaminda Vaas 27 January 1974 Left hand bat Left arm fast-medium Sri Lanka Colts CC
64. Pramodya Wickramasinghe 14 August 1971 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium Sri Lanka Sinhalese SC
89. Nuwan Zoysa 13 May 1978 Left hand bat Left arm fast-medium Sri Lanka Sinhalese SC
Source:[13]

West Indies[edit]

No. Player Date of Birth Batting Style Bowling Style First Class Team
59. Brian Lara (captain) 2 May 1969 Left hand bat Right arm leg break Googly Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago
55. Keith Arthurton 21 February 1965 Left hand bat Left arm orthodox spin West Indies Cricket Board Leeward Islands
66. Shivnarine Chanderpaul 16 August 1974 Left hand bat Right arm leg break Guyana Guyana
86. Mervyn Dillon 5 June 1974 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago
50. Carl Hooper 15 December 1966 Right hand bat Right arm off break Guyana Guyana
76. Ridley Jacobs (wicket-keeper) 26 November 1967 Left hand bat Wicket-keeper West Indies Cricket Board Leeward Islands
89. Reon King 6 October 1975 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium Guyana Guyana
58. Clayton Lambert 10 February 1962 Left hand bat Right arm off break Guyana Guyana
85. Rawl Lewis 5 September 1974 Right hand bat Right arm leg break Googly West Indies Cricket Board Windward Islands
78. Nixon McLean 20 July 1973 Left hand bat Right arm fast West Indies Cricket Board Windward Islands
87. Neil McGarrell 12 July 1972 Right hand bat Left arm orthodox spin Guyana Guyana
51. Phil Simmons 18 April 1963 Right hand bat Right arm medium Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago
61. Philo Wallace 2 August 1970 Right hand bat Right arm medium Barbados Barbados
68. Stuart Williams 12 August 1969 Right hand bat Right arm medium West Indies Cricket Board Leeward Islands
Source:[14]

Zimbabwe[edit]

No. Player Date of Birth Batting Style Bowling Style First Class Team
22. Alistair Campbell (captain) 23 September 1972 Left hand bat Right arm off break Zimbabwe Mashonaland
26. Craig Evans 29 November 1969 Right hand bat Right arm medium Zimbabwe Mashonaland
20. Andy Flower (wicket-keeper) 28 April 1968 Left hand bat Wicket-keeper Zimbabwe Mashonaland
27. Grant Flower 20 December 1970 Right hand bat Left arm orthodox spin Zimbabwe Mashonaland
52. Murray Goodwin 11 December 1972 Right hand bat Right arm leg break Zimbabwe Mashonaland
55. Neil Johnson 24 January 1970 Left hand bat Right arm fast-medium Zimbabwe Matabeleland
South Africa KwaZulu-Natal
48. Pommie Mbangwa 26 June 1976 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium Zimbabwe Mashonaland
Zimbabwe Matabeleland
47. Gavin Rennie 12 January 1976 Left hand bat Left arm orthodox spin Zimbabwe Mashonaland
38. Paul Strang 28 July 1970 Right hand bat Right arm leg break Googly Zimbabwe Mashonaland
34. Heath Streak 16 March 1974 Right hand bat Right arm fast-medium Zimbabwe Matabeleland
45. Andy Whittall 28 March 1973 Right hand bat Right arm off break Zimbabwe Matabeleland
44. Craig Wishart 9 January 1974 Right hand bat Right arm off break Zimbabwe Mashonaland
Zimbabwe Matabeleland
41. Henry Olonga 3 July 1976 Right hand bat Right arm fast Zimbabwe Mashonaland
Zimbabwe Matabeleland
51. Adam Huckle 21 September 1971 Right hand bat Right arm leg break Googly Zimbabwe Matabeleland
Source:[15]

Results[edit]

Preliminary Match
   
24 October – Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka
  Zimbabwe  258/7
  New Zealand  260/5

The next day, the main tournament got underway in a straight knock-out format

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
25 October – Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka        
  England  281/7
30 October – Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka
  South Africa  283/4  
  South Africa  240/7
26 October – Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka
      Sri Lanka  132/10  
  New Zealand  188/10
1 November – Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka
  Sri Lanka  191/5  
  South Africa  248/6
28 October – Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka    
    West Indies  245/10
  India  307/8
31 October – Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka
  Australia  263/10  
  India  242/6
29 October – Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka
      West Indies  245/4  
  West Indies  289/9
  Pakistan  259/9  
 

Summary of matches[edit]

Preliminary match[edit]

24 October 1998
Scorecard
 Zimbabwe
258/7 (50 overs)
v
New Zealand 
260/5 (50 overs)
Alistair Campbell 100 (143)
Geoff Allott 3/54 (8 overs)
Stephen Fleming 96 (130)
Andy Whittall 1/35 (8 overs)
New Zealand won by 5 wickets
(with 0 balls remaining)

Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Umpires: Steve Bucknor    and Peter Willey   
Player of the match: Stephen Fleming   
  • New Zealand qualified for the main tournament as a result of winning this Preliminary match

Quarter finals[edit]

25 October 1998
Scorecard
 England
281/7 (50 overs)
v
South Africa 
283/4 (46.4 overs)
Adam Hollioake 83 (91)
Jacques Kallis 3/48 (10 overs)
Daryll Cullinan 69 (70)
Graeme Hick 1/28 (7 overs)
South Africa won by 6 wickets
(with 20 balls remaining)

Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Umpires: Steve Dunne    and S. Venkataraghavan   
Player of the match: Daryll Cullinan   

26 October 1998
Scorecard
 New Zealand
188/10 (49.5 overs)
v
Sri Lanka 
191/5 (41.3 overs)
Adam Parore 54 (87)
Muttiah Muralitharan 3/31 (10 overs)
Arjuna Ranatunga 90* (116)
Simon Doull 2/17 (5 overs)
Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets
(with 51 balls remaining)

Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Umpires: David Shepherd    and Peter Willey   
Player of the match: Arjuna Ranatunga   

28 October 1998
Scorecard
 India
307/8 (50 overs)
v
Australia 
263/10 (48.1 overs)
Sachin Tendulkar 141 (128)
Michael Kasprowicz 3/71 (9 overs)
Mark Waugh 74 (79)
Sachin Tendulkar 4/38 (9.1 overs)
India won by 44 runs
Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Umpires: Steve Bucknor    and Steve Dunne   
Player of the match: Sachin Tendulkar   

29 October 1998
Scorecard
 West Indies
289/9 (50 overs)
v
Pakistan 
259/9 (50 overs)
Philo Wallace 79 (58)
Wasim Akram 3/55 (10 overs)
Ijaz Ahmed 51 (64)
Keith Arthurton 4/31 (10 overs)
West Indies won by 30 runs
Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Umpires: David Orchard    and David Shepherd   
Player of the match: Keith Arthurton   

Semi finals[edit]


30 October 1998
Scorecard
 South Africa
240/7 (39 overs)
v
Sri Lanka 
132/10 (23.4 overs)
Jacques Kallis 113* (100)
Nuwan Zoysa 2/34 (6 overs)
Sanath Jayasuriya 22 (17)
Steve Elworthy 3/21 (4 overs)
South Africa won by 92 runs
by D/L method

Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Umpires: Steve Bucknor    and S. Venkataraghavan   
Player of the match: Jacques Kallis   
  • The start of the match was delayed by rain and it was reduced to 39 overs a side.
  • Further rain during the innings interval resulted in the revised D/L target of 224 in 34 overs.

31 October 1998
Scorecard
 India
242/6 (50 overs)
v
West Indies 
245/4 (47 overs)
Saurav Ganguly 83 (116)
Mervyn Dillon 3/38 (8 overs)
West Indies won by 6 wickets
(with 18 balls remaining)

Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Umpires: David Orchard    and David Shepherd   
Player of the match: Mervyn Dillon   

Final[edit]

1 November 1998
Scorecard
 West Indies
245/10 (49.3 overs)
v
South Africa 
248/6 (47 overs)
Philo Wallace 103 (102)
Jacques Kallis 5/30 (7.3 overs)
Hansie Cronje 61* (77)
Phil Simmons 2/45 (8 overs)
South Africa won by 4 wickets
(with 18 balls remaining)

Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Umpires: Steve Dunne    and Peter Willey   
Player of the match: Jacques Kallis   
  • This was the first and till date the only ICC event won by  South Africa

Statistics[edit]

Team totals[edit]

Highest team totals[edit]

Highest team total (250 plus)
Score
(Overs)
Country Versus Venue Date
307/8 (50.0)  India  Australia Bangabandhu National Stadium 28 October 1998
289/9 (50.0)  West Indies  Pakistan Bangabandhu National Stadium 29 October 1998
283/4 (46.4)  South Africa  England Bangabandhu National Stadium 25 October 1998
281/7 (50.0)  England  South Africa Bangabandhu National Stadium 25 October 1998
263/10 (48.1)  Australia  India Bangabandhu National Stadium 28 October 1998
260/5 (50.0)  New Zealand  Zimbabwe Bangabandhu National Stadium 24 October 1998
259/9 (50.0)  Pakistan  West Indies Bangabandhu National Stadium 29 October 1998
258/7 (50.0)  Zimbabwe  New Zealand Bangabandhu National Stadium 24 October 1998
Note: Click on the score to see the summary for the match

Batting[edit]

Most runs in the tournament[edit]

Most runs in the tournament (Top 5 players)
Player Country M I NO Total HS Avg S/R 100s 50s
Philo Wallace  West Indies 3 3 0 221 103 73.66 107.80 1 1
Jacques Kallis  South Africa 3 3 1 164 113* 82.00 95.34 1 0
Shivnarine Chanderpaul  West Indies 3 3 0 150 74 50.00 75.37 0 1
Sachin Tendulkar  India 2 2 0 149 141 74.50 104.92 1 0
Hansie Cronje  South Africa 3 3 1 148 67 74.00 90.79 0 2
Source: Cricinfo

Highest average in the tournament[edit]

Highest average in the tournament (Top 5 players, minimum 50 runs)
Player Country M I NO Total HS Avg S/R 100s 50s
Alistair Campbell  Zimbabwe 1 1 0 100 100 100.00 69.93 1 0
Arjuna Ranatunga  Sri Lanka 2 2 1 94 90* 94.00 75.80 0 1
Jacques Kallis  South Africa 3 3 1 164 113* 82.00 95.34 1 0
Andy Flower  Zimbabwe 1 1 0 77 77 77.00 96.25 0 1
Robin Singh  India 2 2 1 76 73* 76.00 116.92 0 1
Source: Cricinfo

Highest individual scores[edit]

Highest individual scores (Top 5 players)
Player Country Runs Balls S/R 4s 6s Versus Venue Date
Sachin Tendulkar  India 141 128 110.15 13 3  Australia Bangabandhu National Stadium 28 October 1998
Jacques Kallis  South Africa 113* 100 113.00 5 5  Sri Lanka Bangabandhu National Stadium 30 October 1998
Philo Wallace  West Indies 103 102 100.98 11 5  South Africa Bangabandhu National Stadium 1 November 1998
Alistair Campbell  Zimbabwe 100 143 69.93 7 1  New Zealand Bangabandhu National Stadium 24 October 1998
Stephen Fleming  New Zealand 96 130 73.84 3 1  Zimbabwe Bangabandhu National Stadium 24 October 1998
Note: Click on the score to see the summary for the match
Source: Cricinfo

Highest partnerships[edit]

Highest partnerships (Top 10)
Runs Balls RR Wicket Players Country Versus Venue Date
140 140 6.00 3rd Rahul Dravid & Sachin Tendulkar  India  Australia Bangabandhu National Stadium 28 October 1998
132 114 6.94 4th Ajay Jadeja & Sachin Tendulkar  India  Australia Bangabandhu National Stadium 28 October 1998
127 155 4.91 4th Romesh Kaluwitharana & Arjuna Ranatunga  Sri Lanka  New Zealand Bangabandhu National Stadium 26 October 1998
125 147 5.10 4th Stephen Fleming & Adam Parore  New Zealand  Zimbabwe Bangabandhu National Stadium 24 October 1998
118 165 4.29 4th Alistair Campbell & Andy Flower  Zimbabwe  New Zealand Bangabandhu National Stadium 24 October 1998
117 97 7.23 4th Hansie Cronje & Jonty Rhodes  South Africa  England Bangabandhu National Stadium 25 October 1998
113 116 5.84 1st Daryll Cullinan & Mike Rindel  South Africa  England Bangabandhu National Stadium 25 October 1998
112 144 4.66 6th Neil Fairbrother & Adam Hollioake  England  South Africa Bangabandhu National Stadium 25 October 1998
109 87 7.51 2nd Shivnarine Chanderpaul & Philo Wallace  West Indies  Pakistan Bangabandhu National Stadium 29 October 1998
94 101 5.58 2nd Ricky Ponting & Mark Waugh  Australia  India Bangabandhu National Stadium 28 October 1998
Note: Click on the runs to see the summary for the match
Source: Cricinfo

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