Special Sub-Topic: Bangladesh in Australia 2003
|In the First Test, in Darwin, who scored centuries?|
Darren Lehmann and Steve Waugh. Lehmann scored 110 before being caught out, and Waugh scored 100 not out. This meant Steve had scored a century against every Test playing nation, becoming the third player to do so (India's Sunil Gavaskar and Sachin Tendulkar had also accomplised this feat).
|Who was named man-of-the-match of the First Test?|
Steve Waugh. Australia won the match by an innings and 132 runs at Darwin's Marrara Oval.
|Who scored centuries in the Second Test?|
Darren Lehmann, Steve Waugh and Martin Love. Lehmann scored 177 before being caught, Waugh made 156 not out, and Love ran 100 not out. Waugh became the first player to have scored 150 against every Test playing nation. For the first Test in a long while, neither Hayden nor Langer scored a century.
|Who was judged man-of-the-match for the Second Test (also man-of-the-series)?|
Stuart MacGill. He didn't bat in either of the two Test series which Australia won 2-0, but his bowling earned him the honours. He took 2/21 and 5/65 in the First Test, and 5/77 and 5/56 in the Second Test. The Aussies won the Second Test by an innings and 98 runs at Bundaberg Rum Stadium in Cairns.
|Who was the top-scorer for the first One Day International match?|
Matthew Hayden. He scored 46 not out in the Aussie run chase of 106. The Aussies won this match by 8 wickets in Cairns.
|Who was man-of-the-match for the first ODI?|
Brett Lee. He took 4/25 in 8 overs. This was a brilliant spell of bowling.
|How many wickets did Darren Lehmann take in the second ODI?|
3. He took 3/16 which became his best bowling effort. He captured Bangladeshis Tapash Baisya, Mohammad Rafique and Alok Kapali. He also ran out Khaled Mahmud.
|Who was named man-of-the-match for the second ODI?|
Damien Martyn. He made an unbeaten 92 from 51 balls. He would have made one of Australia's fastest centuries in a one-dayer, except that he ran out of runs to do it in. He needed 8 more runs when Australia won. His 50 came in 22 balls.
|The third ODI was played at Darwin's Marrara Oval. Which Australian bowler took the figures of 4/16?|
Ian Harvey. This came from 6.3 overs; Harvey took the last wicket of the match. Gillespie took 1/16, Bichel took 1/35 and Hogg 2/32 as well as 2 run-outs. Bangaladesh were all out for 142, losing by 112 runs.
|Who was named man-of-the-match for his 101 off 118 balls, and was also named man-of-the-series?|
Ricky Ponting. He helped Australia to a total of 7/254, and hit 4 sixes. Ponting the captain for this match. Australia won the series 3-0.
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