2003 South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya
Even without Warne, who failed a drugs test for a slimming tablet shortly
before the tournament, Australia scaled new heights when they went through the
tournament unbeaten in 10 matches.
In the final against India captain Ricky
Ponting struck a chanceless, unbeaten 140 with eight sixes to propel Australia
to a daunting 359 for two.
India's remote victory chances disappeared when
Glenn McGrath caught and bowled Sachin Tendulkar for four and Virender
Sehwag's fighting 82 only delayed the inevitable.
359 for two (A.Gilchrist 57, R.Ponting 140 not out, D.Martyn 88 not out);
India 234 off 39.2 overs (V.Sehwag 82). Australia won by 125 runs.Courtesy: