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Pakistan wins 2004-05 ODI series in India

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Pakistan shames India in ODIs Final with victory of 159 Runs Discuss ODIs Discuss More

Setting yet another magnificent chapter in the history of Cricket in Pakistan, the zestful skipper Inzamam ul Haq and his men gained an exquisite victory overthrowing India, clutching a significant margin of 159 runs at Feroz Shah Kotla in last One-dayer as well as in six matches ODI series by 4-2 after facing deficit of two matches. Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat first on Sunday morning, which was proved to be right as Pakistani openers played well, especially, Shahid Afridi once again gave a marvelous performance, blazing 44 runs knock on 23 balls. Even after dismissal of Afridi, Pakistani batsmen batted with responsibility putting massive total of 304 runs on scoreboard for India. In reply, Indian team only managed to score only 144 runs in 27 overs. India Cricket LiveIt was a disappointing end to John Wright's five-year stint as India coach as his players failed to rise to the occasion in his farewell match. The fixture was watched for more than an hour in the morning by Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. In Picture: Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf greets Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar as Sehwag looks on, before the start of the final one-dayer at the Feroz Shah Kotla in New Delhi on Sunday, April 17, 2005. Both Sachin and Sehwag let India down when they needed them. Rana Naveedul Hassan was proclaimed as Man of the Series for gripping 15 wickets in the ODI series.


Pak vs India Test Series - Full coverage

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Test 3: Lame surrender by India; Pakistan Draws Series (1-1) Discuss More

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March 24-28, 2005
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Day one: Inzamam-ul-Haq made a century in his 100th Test match as Pakistan ended the first day of the final Test against India in a strong position on 323-2. Lakshmipathy Balaji and Irfan Pathan dismissed both openers to leave the tourists reeling on 7-2 in Bangalore.
But captain Inzamam took advantage of a good pitch to stroke a chanceless 184, while Younis Khan made a patient 127. Their partnership is a record for any wicket by a touring team in India and has set up what should be a big total.
Brief scores: Pakistan 323-2 v India Day two: Pakistan made a mammoth 570 all out in 167.5 overs in the first innings against India in Bangalore. Younis Khan topscored with 267. Inzamam couldn't add anything to his overnight score of 184 as he was dismissed off the very first Balaji delivery in the morning. Harbhajan Singh took 6 wickets for 152 runs.
In reply, India were 55 for no loss, still trailing Pakistan by 515 runs. Sehwag was not out on 39 of 33 balls.
Brief scores: Pakistan 570 all out (Younis Khan 267, Inzamam-ul-Haq 184, Harbhajan Singh 6 for 152) India 55/0. India Cricket Live Day three: At stumps, India were 379/6 (100 ov) with Laxman batting at 51 (108) and Pathan at 0 (12). Sehwag scored 201 (262) on a day when most of the other batsmen dissapointed the Indian fans. Sachin scored 41, Dravid 22, Ganguly 1 and Gambhir 24. India trail by 191 runs with 4 wickets remaining in the 1st innings. India Cricket Live Day four: India were 25/0 at stumps, chasing a target of 383 set by Pakistan to win the 3rd and final test. Pakistan had declared their second innings at 261/2 after Shahid Afridi made a quick fire start, hitting 58 off 34 balls. Some gritty batting by Younis Khan 84* and Yasir Hameed 76 was instrumental in Pakistan's run rate of 5.22, that allowed them to declare within 50 overs.
Scores: Pakistan 570 and 261/2 decl vs India 449 and * 25/0. India Cricket LiveDay five: India "managed" to lose the final test and draw the series against Pakistan by getting all out for 214 in 90 overs. Kumble 37 (52) was the only batsman who played with any sense on a day when the famed Indian batting side crumbled. The much-vaunted quartet of Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar , Sourav Ganguly and V.V.S. Laxman could muster only 39 runs between them. Shahid Afridi took 3 crucial wickets for 13 runs in 17 overs. For India, Gambhir top scored with 52 (124).Final Scores: Pakistan 570 (Younis Khan 267, Inzamam-ul-Haq 184, Harbhajan Singh 6 for 152) & 261/2 declared (Shahid Afridi 58, Younis Khan 84*, Yasir Hameed 76) BEAT India 446/9 (Sehwag 201, Sachin 41, Laxman 79*) & 214 (Gambhir 52, Kumble 37*) by 168 runs.

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Pakistan Wins Bangalore, Draws Series! Discuss Bangalore Test Discuss More

Pakistan bowled out India for 214 on the final day of the third Test in Bangalore to tie the series 1-1. Danish Kaneria dismissed Harbhajan Singh and Lakshmipathy Balaji late in the afternoon to clinch a 168-run win.
Earlier Shahid Afridi took three wickets, including the key one for 16 of Sachin Tendulkar , who had become the third highest run-scorer in Tests.
No team had ever scored more than 276 (West Indies in 1987) in the second innings to win a Test in India.
India 449 & 214 lost to Pakistan 570 & 261-2d by 168 runs.

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Kolkata Test Match Report

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March 16-20, 2005
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Day one: Indian openers had yet another great start on a pitch that was shorn of most of the grass cover after Ganguly won the toss and opted to bat.
At lunch India were 126/1 (30 ov) with Dravid on 22 (48) and Sehwag on 64 (92). Soon after lunch, Sachin Tendulkar 52 (102), who repalced Sehwag 81 (114) reached 10,000 Test runs and Rahul Dravid reached his century.
Abdul Razzaq removed Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman off successive deliveries before Dravid 110 (222) put on 46 with Dinesh Karthik 28* (47) to end the first day on 344-6. Dravid was out in the last over. India Cricket Live Day two: India's Dinesh Karthik runs himself out (In Picture) as Pakistan make the perfect start to day two. The last wicket partnership of 44 between Kumble 21* (36) and Harbhajan Singh 27 (39) took India to 407. In reply, Pakistan ended the day with 273/2 on board. Younis Khan 108 (167) and Yousuf Youhana 101 (172) were at the crease. They trail by 134 runs with 8 wickets remaining in the 1st innings. India Cricket Live Day three: India were 133/3 with Dravid 54 (92) and Ganguly 4 (9) at the crease when bad light stopped play. A well settled Sachin Tendulkar , who was complaining of bad light, was on 52 (91), when he was given out by Bucknor in one of the worst umpiring decisions. He was given out caught behind, although Pakistan barely appealed and replays showed the ball missed the bat by an inch.
Earlier Pakistan innings folded at 393, giving India a lead of 14, after they started the morning at a healthy 273/2. Azim Kamal (In Picture), was the last wicket to fall before lunch, run out by Tendulkar.Day four: India set Pakistan a target of 422 after declaring their second innings at 407 for nine a little over an hour after tea on the penultimate day of the second cricket Test. Dravid scored 135 for his 20th test century and shared in a 165-run fifth wicket partnership with teenaged wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik, who missed out on his maiden hundred, dismissed for 93.
In reply, Pak raced to 95/1, losing the wicket of Shahid Afridi, who scored 59 (59) and shared a 93 run 1st wicket partnership with Taufeeq Umar, who remained not out on 29 (61).
Brief Scores: India: 407 (Dravid 110, Sehwag 81, Tendulkar 52) and 407/9 decl. (Dravid 135, Karthik 93, Tendulkar 52)
Pakistan: 393 (Younis 147, Youhana 104) and 95/1 (Afridi 59)
Pakistan require another 327 runs with 9 wickets in hand on the last day to win the match.Day five: Anil Kumble took 7-63 as India wrapped up victory in the second Test against Pakistan by 195 runs in Calcutta. The leg-spinner finished with match figures of 10-161 in Pakistan's first ever defeat at Eden Gardens.
Kumble removed Younis Khan with the first ball of the final day and bowled skipper Inzamam-ul-Haq before Taufeeq Umar edged Laxmipathy Balaji to slip. Kumble and Harbhajan Singh (2-51) then ran through the middle and lower order to put India 1-0 up with one Test left.Brief Scores: India 407 & 407-9 dec bt Pakistan 393 & 226 by 195 runs.

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Anil Kumble won India another Test with some exceptional bowling, taking his 29th five-wicket haul in a Test innings. He got a wicket off the first ball and went on to take Inzamam's wicket for the 7th time in as many tests. He proved irresistible on the fifth day, as he has so often in the past, and sent Pakistan skidding to 226 all out, taking 7 for 63 and giving India victory by 195 runs and a 1-0 lead in this series.
India started the day as favourites, as neither of the two options before Pakistan - scoring 327 for a victory, or surviving 90 overs for a draw - were easy to achieve.
Scores: India 407 (Dravid 110, Sehwag 81) and 407 for 9 dec (Dravid 135, Karthik 93) beat Pakistan 393 (Younis 147, Youhana 104) and 226 (Afridi 59, Kamal 50, Kumble 7-63) by 195 runs.

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Mohali Test Match Report

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March 8-12, 2005
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Day one: Pakistan were dismissed for 312 shortly before the close of play on the opening day of the first test against India on Tuesday.
Brief scores: Pakistan 312 all out (I.Haq 57, A.Kamal 91, L.Balaji 5-76) v India. Day two: Virender Sehwag made up for lost time on a rain-hit day two in Mohali, leading India to 184-1 in reply to Pakistan's 312 in the 40 overs available. He survived drops on 15 and 82 to reach 95 not out, while Rahul Dravid was unbeaten on 39. Gautam Gambhir was the only wicket to fall, caught off spinner Danish Kaneria for 41 after an opening stand of 113.
Brief scores: Pakistan 312 all out India 184-1 v India 181 for 1 (V Sehwag 95*, G Gambhir 41) Day three: Virender Sehwag reaches 100 runs in 129 balls, his 9th in 32 matches. Rahul Dravid 's was the only wicket to fall in the morning session for a well made 50 (117).
At lunch, Sehwag was batting on 166 (209) and Sachin was on 47 (64). India were 318/2, with a lead of 6 runs with 8 wickets remaining in the 1st innings.
After lunch, Sehwag fell for 173 (244) caught by Yousuf Youhana bowled Abdul Razzaq, with India at 334/3. Ganguly joined Sachin who was batting at 55 (86), but he didn't last long, getting out at 21 (74) with India at 381 (for 4 in 103.4 ov)
Before stumps, the Little Master got out, 6 short of his century, for 94 (201). India were 447 for 6 wickets in 130.1 overs with a R.R of 3.43 when bad light stopped play. Laxman was not out on 33 (86). Mohali Test Day four: India were all out for 516 (147.3 ov) in the morning session, with a first innings lead of 204. Laxman made 58 in 125 balls supported by Balaji with a quickfire 31 of 36 balls. Kanaria ended the Indian innings with 6 for 150. At stumps, Pakistan were 257-6, a lead of 53 runs with only 4 wickets remaining. Mohali Test Day five: Kamran Akmal 109 (154) and Abdul Razzaq 71 (260) put on a 184-run seventh wicket partnership to lead Pakistan's fightback on the final day of the first test in Mohali. After tea, Pakistan declared the innings at 496/9, their highest total in India. In reply, India made 85-1, losing Sehwag for 36 (56). Match was drawn. Details

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Brilliant Pakistan earns Draw in Mohali

Heroic batting from Kamran Akmal (In Picture) and Abdul Razzaq gave Pakistan a draw in the first Test against India in Mohali.
Man of the Match Akmal, who suffered cramps during his innings, struck a fluent 109 and dominated in a record 184-run seventh wicket stand with all rounder Abdul Razzaq (71) after the visitors had faced defeat overnight.
Pakistan finally declared on 496-9 setting India an improbable target of 293 from 25 overs. They reached 85 for one losing Sehwag for 36, when the match was called off with eight overs remaining. It was a remarkable result after Pakistan had been 10-3 at one stage on Friday.
In the Pakistani innings, Kumble took his 450th wicket when he caught Mohammad Sami quite brilliantly off his own bowling. He finished with 4-160, while Balaji had 4-95 and nine wickets in the match.
The second match of the series will begin in Kolkata from March 16.

Platinum Jubilee Celebration ODI

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Pakistan beat India by 6 wickets on Nov 13, 2004 at Eden Gardens, Kolkata

India, after electing to bat first, scored a formidable 292 for 6. But that was not enough for the hosts as Salman Butt's maiden one-day century helped Pakistan beat India by six wickets in their first match on Indian soil in more than five years. In Picture: Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan (right) is presented with an award by Indian Sports Minister Sunil Dutt at the function which was held at the dinner break to felicitate Indian and Pakistani skippers.

India's first series win in Pakistan!

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India Pakistan Cricket Series 2004

India won the third and final test by an innings and 131 runs to win the series 2-1. This was India's first series win in Pakistan.
Third Test, Rawalpindi, day four: Pakistan 224 & 245 lost to India 600 by an innings and 131 runs.
It also capped India's first series win away from home since they defeated Sri Lanka 1-0 in a three-Test series in 1993.
The 'Friendship Series' helped the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) make a profit of a reported US $20 million and will encourage other cricket playing countries to tour that country, that has been perceived as being unsafe after its notorious law and order problems, notably in Karachi and Peshawar.
Left: Indian captain Sourav Ganguly holds aloft the trophy.

India, Pakistan & the World Cups

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India's World Cup Victory in 1983

The 1983 Prudential World Cup in England was a turning point in the history of cricket and for the Indian Subcontinent. The West Indies, India, Australia, and the newcomers Zimbabwe contested the B group, and it got off to a rousing start when India with only one World cup win to this point beat the favourites, the West Indies, by 34 runs. They along with their neighbours, Pakistan, reached the semi-finals for the first time, bringing the spirit of the subcontinent into the world arena for the first time. Though Pakistan lost to West Indies, India beat the then world champions in the final to bring the trophy to Asia for the first time. Binny with 18 (still a record for most wickets in a World Cup tournament), and Madan Lal with 17 wickets were their leading bowlers, and Kapil Dev topped the batting averages. Kapil's Kapil Dev 175* against Zimbabwe still remains one of the most astonishing comebacks in a cricket match. Finals: India won by 43 runs
Score: INDIA 183 all out in 54.4 overs [Srikkanth 38(57 b, 7-4s 1-6); Roberts 3-32] Beat W INDIES 140 all out in 52 overs [IVA Richards 33(42 b, 7-4s); Madan Lal 3-31 Amarnath 3-12] India Cricket Live

Pakistan's World Cup Victory in 1992

The 1987 World Cup in India and Pakistan was disastrous for both the countries as they lost in their semifinal matches held in their respective countries. Despite Australia's (the 1987 champions) failure to reach the final of the 1992 Benson & Hedges Cricket Championships, a record World Cup final crowd of more than 85,000 greeted Pakistan and England at the MCG. Before the finals, a supreme effort from Inzamam-ul-Haq (60 off only 37 balls) aginst New Zealand secured Pakistan's place in the 1992 World Cup final. Pakistan's greatest moment in World Cup history came in 1992 with victory in Australia. After a slow start they built as a team over the course of the competition, winning as other more fancied opponents slipped by the wayside. They beat a tired and beleaguered England in the final with ease. Finals: Pakistan won by 22 Runs
Score: PAKISTAN 249 for 6 Wickets in 50 overs [Imran Khan 72(110 b, 5-4s 1-6; Miandad 58(98 b, 4-4s); Derek Pringle 3-22] Beat ENGLAND 227 all out in 49.2 overs [Neil Fairbrother 62(70 b, 3-4s); Wasim Akram 3-49 Mushtaq Ahmed 3-41]

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.