Finals Sri Lanka won by 245 Runs
Jayasuriya's awesome batting performance helped the Sri Lankans hand the
Indians one of the most embarrassing defeats in the finals of the Sharjah
Jayasuriya gained an unprecedented $429 for his effort, dethroning
the short-lived record of Muralitharan as the highest one-day point mover.
Chamanda Vaas took over the baton from Jayasuriya to attack with the ball to
finish the Indian side's listless performance, taking wickets at will. Vaas
gained $201 for his bowling effort.
Other top performers were Atapattu
gaining $97 and last match's hero Muralitharan moved up by $85
Ajit Agarkar and Venketash Prasad were on the negative side.
Match 6 Sri Lanka won by 68 runs
Muttiah Muralitharan spun the web on the Indian batsmen with a seven
wickets haul as Sri Lanka easily won the preview final. What a rewarding
day it was for dreamteam captains who selected Murali on their team. He
moved up by $360 (33.61%) to become the highest single day point gainer in
Marvan Atapattu and Prasana Jayawardene contributed with
their bats to the Sri Lankan victory, scoring centuries each to move up by
$202 (16.45%) and $218 (18.20%) respectively. For the Indian side Ajit Agarkar
was the lone triple digit gainer for his bowling performance moving up by $110 (12.29%).
Saurav Ganguly, Sunil Joshi, Nuwan Zoysa and Upashanth were on the downside.
But the day belonged to Murali, who notched up the best ever bowling performance in an one
day international history. His figures of 7-30/10 was just astounding Also, the combined
Sri Lankan team earned $1,008 moving their dreamcricket Index by 19.42%.
Match 5 India won by 3 wickets
With a superb bowling performance of rookie Zhaeer Khan, India sets a date
with Sri Lanka in the final of the Sharjah Trophy. Khan earned $160 (19.88%) for
taking 4 wickets and a catch. Alistair Campbell remained not out at 105
with a gain of $205 (25.69%) to become the highest point gainer for the day. Vinod
Kambli came out good today with a gain of $105 (12.65%) and Travis Friend moved up by
One of the most expensive players Sachin Tendulkar saw his value drop by $6 (-0.42%)
with his below par all round performance. Bryan Strang and Dirk Viljoen
were on the negative side as well.
Match 4 Sri Lanka won by 123 runs
Sri Lankan captain Sanath Jayasuriya devastated the Zimbabwean bowling attack
scoring 87 runs off 66 balls. Jaisurya gained $122 (8.71%) to move into the top
slot of the dreamcricket ranking. Other strong performers today were; Dirk
Viljoen up by $105 (12.50%), Nuwan Zoysa took three wicket to gain $89 (11.71%),
Jayawardene was up $85 (7.64%) and Marvan Atapattu gained $83 (7.25%) for his
fine batting performance.
Travis Friend was the best bowler for the Zimbabwe'ians, gaining 9.86% to earn
Mpuml Mbangwa and Bran Strang were on the negative side.
Match 3 India won by 13 runs
Rahul Dravid played a master innings scoring 85 runs to move up by $110 (10.32%) and
Zaheer Khan restricted the Zimbabwean side by taking three wickets to give
India a victory. "Man of the Match" Khan earned $89 (12.43%).
For the Zimbabwean side Andrew Flower continued to reward his dreamteam captains handsomely with a gain of $168 (15.70%) and Travis Friend reversed his fortune today to be the highest gainer of the day with a 23.73% surge to earn $140.
M. Mbangwa saw his value get cut by $10 for dismal bowling performance.
Match 2 Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets
Andrew Flower remained not out at 120, but his effort went in vain as Sri
Lanka beat Zimbabwe at Sharjah. However Flower's century earned his
dreamteam captains a hefty $220 (25.88%). Other top performers who rewarded their
dreamteam well were, Marvan Atapattu, moving up by $135 (13.37%), Viljoen by $88 (12.57%) and Sri Lankan captain Sanath Jayasuriya gained $113 (8.77%).
Four players were on the negative side Mluleki Nkala, Travis Friend, Russell
Arnold and C. Vaas each losing $10.
Match 1 Sri Lanka defeated India by 5 wickets
Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar came out firing, but rest of the Indian side failed as Sri Lanka clinch the first victory at Sharjah.
Tendulkar earned $191 for his effort. Vijay Dhaiya, did well behind the stumps taking three catchs to move up by $110. The highest contributors for the Sri Lankan side were Sanath Jayasuriya, up by $88 and Russel Arnold gained $74.
On the negative side were Zaheer Khan, Nuwan Zoysa and Kaush Weeraratne