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India 1st inngs:
W Jaffer b Taylor                  1
V Sehwag c Sarwan b Collins        0
VVS Laxman c Morton b Bravo       18
R Dravid c Ramdhin b Collymore    81
Y Singh lbw b Taylor              19
M Kaif c Lara b Taylor            13
M S Dhoni c Bravo b Collymore      3
A Kumble b Bravo                  45
H Singh not out                    9
S Sreesanth b Taylor               0
M Patel c Ramdin b Taylor          0

Extras: (b-2, lb-2, w-5, nb-2) 11

Total: (in 87.4 overs) 200

Fall of wkts: 1-1, 2-3, 3-34, 4-58,
5-78, 6-91, 7-184, 8-197, 9-200

Bowling:
Pedro Collins 19-7-34-1
Jerome Taylor 18.4-4-50-5
Dwane Bravo 24-3-68-2
Corey Collymore 19-11-17-2
Shivnarine Chanderpaul 5-0-17-0
Chris Gayle 2-0-10-0
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