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    In Pics: India's ODI series in Zimbabwe

    • India were knocked out of the contest by Sri Lanka on June 5. It marked the end of a disappointing tour.

    • But in the final, Tendulkar's form ran out and India were beaten by 16 runs.

    • India started the Videocon Cup in August 2005 with a 51-run loss to New Zealand at Bulawayo.

    • Inspired by Irfan Pathan's 5 for 27, India trounced Zimbabwe by 161 runs at Harare to make a resounding comeback in the tri-series.

    • Mohammad Kaif's unbeaten 102 helped India chase 279 against New Zealand with six wickets and 15 balls remaining in their third game.

    • India made it three wins in a row by beating Zimbabwe by four wickets at Harare, this time thanks to a century from Yuvraj Singh.

    • In the final, India were beaten by New Zealand with Nathan Astle scoring 115 not out in a six-wicket win.

    • In the series opener in Bulawayo, Rohit Sharma scored his maiden ODI century to drive India to 285 for 5.

    • However, India were beaten by six wickets to start the tour on a disappointing note.

    • Two days later, however, India beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets thanks to Rohit's 101* off 100 balls.

    • A second defeat to Zimbabwe, this time by seven wickets at Harare, left India in danger of being eliminated from the series.

    • Tendulkar's 81 not out helped India beat West Indies by six wickets at Bulawayo. It was the 40th time that Tendulkar was named Man of the Match.

    • Tendulkar's irresistible form continued in India's fourth match. His unbeaten 122 saw India beat West Indies by six wickets in Harare.

    • Sachin Tendulkar's unbeaten 70 helped India get off to a good start in the Coca Cola Cup in June 2000. India beat Zimbabwe by nine wickets in Harare.

    • Zaheer Khan took 4 for 42 as India made it two wins in a row over Zimbabwe at Bulawayo.