Who was “ Man of the match ” of coca - cola cup - triangular one day crickets, sharjah 1999 ?

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Ward ryan asked 14-Aug-2018 in Sports by Ward ryan

Who was “ Man of the match ” of coca - cola cup - triangular one day crickets, sharjah 1999 ?


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UTKARSHA SINGHROUL answered 18-Oct-2018 by UTKARSHA SINGHROUL
The Coca-Cola Cup was a tri-nation cricket tournament played in Sharjah in 1998. It was the first Cricket Tournament sponsored by Coca-Cola. The participating Teams were India, Australia, and New Zealand.
Here, is the summary of all matches played between them and Man of the Match in each match:
Match 1:     India         vs         New Zealand (D/N Match)
        9/220 (50 overs)              205 (47.5 overs)
        India won the match by 15 runs.
        Man of the Match: Ajit Agarkar (India)
Match 2:     New Zealand         vs     Australia (D/N Match) 
                159 (48.4 overs)                    4/160 (36.5 overs)
         Australia won the match by 6 wickets.
         Man of the Match: Damien Fleming (Australia)
Match 3:      Australia         vs         India (D/N Match)
              9/264 (50 overs)                  206 (44 overs)
         Australia won the match by 58 runs
         Man of the Match: Sachin Tendulkar (India)
Match 4:     India         vs         New Zealand (D/N Match)
             181 (49.3 overs)             6/183 (49 overs)
     New Zealand won the match by 4 wickets
     Man of the Match: Craig McMillan (New Zealand)
Match 5:     New Zealand         vs         Australia (D/N Match)
              5/259 (50 overs)                          5/261 (47.5 overs)
         Australia won the match by 5 wickets.
         Man of the Match: Tom Moody (Australia)
Match 6:     Australia         vs         India (D/N Match)
              7/284 (50 overs)                  5/250 (46 overs)
         Australia won the match by 26 runs (D/L rule).
         Man of the Match: Sachin Tendulkar (India)
Match 7:     Australia         vs         India (D/N Match)     [FINAL MATCH]
             9/272 (50 overs)                  4/275 (48.3 overs)
         India won the match by 6 wickets.
         Man of the Match: Sachin Tendulkar (India)