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ICC World Twenty20 2010
Man-of-the-match Brendan Taylor cut an understandably delighted figure after helping Zimbabwe to a memorable five-wicket triumph over Australia.
Wicket-keeper Taylor produced a superb display behind the stumps as the Australians were restricted to 138-9 with the bat and then produced an assured knock of 60 not out to guide his side to their victory target with just one ball to spare.
"Words can't describe the win," he told Sky Sports. "It was an all-round brilliant performance."
Zimbabwe captain Prosper Utseya led the tributes to Taylor, stating: "We needed someone to play sensible: Brendan Taylor did that.
"Hopefully this will cheer the people of Zimbabwe."
By contrast, Australia skipper Ricky Ponting could not hide his displeasure at the display and conceded that his side would have to show this shortened format of the game more respect if they were to have any chance of winning the tournament.
"It is a mental thing for us, we have to start respecting the game a bit more and thinking what we have to do," he declared.
"We have been outplayed today no doubt about that.
"Our top order has been diabolical, even in the practice games here, and you cannot afford to get off to those starts - that is where we lost the game."
Australia face old rivals England in the final match of the group on Friday and Ponting conceded that game now takes on a "make or break" look.
"It is pretty important for us now to win that game, there isn't much time for us to get our game in order," he added.