Australia's first match was in Pakistan in the tournament, before the match, the Warne had failed in the test.
Cricket Australia made a one-year ban on Warne, after which he could only play one-day game for the country.
Sports desk In 2003, South Africa, Kenya and Zimbabwe jointly hosted the World Cup. However, the beginning of this World Cup is only from disputes. England refused Zimbabwe and New Zealand to play in Kenya With this, many matches of the group and Super Six have been bad for the tournament's business. Strong teams like South Africa and the West Indies from Group B were already out in the round. At the same time, the Kenya team got points without playing The result was that he reached Super Six. On the other hand, Zimbabwe succeeded in reaching Super Six in place of Group A from England and Pakistan.
The tournament's biggest controversy surfaced two days after the World Cup began. Australia had to play their first match against Pakistan. Shane Warne had a drug test before the match. His test result was positive. Warne was dropped out of the tournament due to the consumption of banned medication. It was the biggest blow to Australia's defending champion Australia.
Moderate medication found in Warne of Warne
Cricket Australia gave a press conference and gave information about Warne's Test. It is also said that they are being sent back to Australia immediately. The Australian Sports Drugs Agency tested them. He said that modular medication was found in Warne of Warne. This tension controls the pressure of the ball pressure. It was banned by the ICC.
Warne told fellow players to crying
Cricket Australia shared this information with team officials and captain Ricky Ponting. Ponting later said, 'They have examined everything. Warne has been playing cricket for a decade. It's crazy to adopt this kind of attitude. "Team Manager Steve Bernard called a team meeting. Warne also had presence in it. They told everything crying. After this there was silence in the room. The captain sent the players to dinner. Ponting told the players, "Go talk to each other, we have to overcome this dispute, erase it with your memory. We have to win the match in the morning."
Warning on Mother's Advice: Warne
Warne returned to Australia. He told the media there, "I was surprised and upset after the result of the test. I did not use any restrictive medication to increase the performance." Later, Warne said that he was able to lose weight Had taken medicines. '
Australia won all 11 matches in the tournament
However, Warne's return did not have much impact on the team. Ricky Ponting explained to the players and motivated them. The team won all 11 matches in the tournament and won the World Cup title for the third time. This was Australia's first title in the captaincy of Ponting. He defeated India in the final.