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Karachi ODI Pakistan vs India Cricket Series 2006

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Karachi Cricket Ground
Toss: India won the toss and decided to field
Umpires: S A Bucknor, Aleem Dar
Result: India beat Pakistan by 8 wickets


India Pakistan ODI Result

India Cricket Live Won: India by 8 wickets
India's Yuvraj Singh and Mahendra Dhoni shared a breath-taking stand of 146 to clinch an eight-wicket win over Pakistan in the final one-day game. Yuvraj made an unbeaten 107 from 93 balls and Dhoni (77no) hit four sixes in the final three overs to reach a target of 287 with 19 balls remaining.
Pakistan looked well set after Mohammad Yousuf (67) and Younis Khan (74no) took them to 286-8 in Karachi. Sri Sreesanth took a career-best 4-58, including three wickets in three overs.
India captain Rahul Dravid hit 50 in reply, becoming the eighth batsman to pass 9,000 one-day international runs.

India won the toss and decided to field
286 for 8 (50.0 overs)
287 for 2 (46.5 overs)

Pakistan Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
Kamran Akmal c R P Singh b S Sreesanth
25
34 3 0
Imran Farhat c and b S Sreesanth
24
33 3 0
Shoaib Malik c S K Raina b S Sreesanth
12
17 1 0
Mohammad Yousuf c Z Khan b A B Agarkar
67
85 5 0
Inzamam-ul-Haq lbw b R R Powar
21
20 3 1
Younis Khan not out
 
74
79 3 2
Abdul Razzaq c R Dravid b R P Singh
24
15 2 1
Yasir Arafat
 
b Z Khan
10
12 0 0
Mohammad Sami c M Kaif b S Sreesanth
2
3 0 0
Iftikhar Anjum not out
 
6
3 0 0
Extras
 
2nb 14w 5lb 21
 
Total
 
for 8 286
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Z Khan 10.0 0 64 1
A B Agarkar 10.0 1 60 1
S Sreesanth 10.0 1 58 4
R P Singh 10.0 1 50 1
R R Powar 10.0 0 49 1
Fall of wicket
 
62 Imran Farhat
70 Kamran Akmal
77 Shoaib Malik
115 Inzamam-ul-Haq
210 Mohammad Yousuf
239 Abdul Razzaq
261 Yasir Arafat
264 Mohammad Sami

India Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
G Gambhir c Kamran Akmal b Iftikhar Anjum
38
50 6 0
R Dravid c Shoaib Malik b Mohammad Sami
50
82 6 0
Yuvraj Singh not out
 
107
93 14 0
M S Dhoni not out
 
77
56 6 4
Extras
 
7w 8lb 15
 
Total
 
for 2 287
 

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Mohammad Sami 8.5 0 65 1
Mohammad Asif 9.0 0 48 0
Iftikhar Anjum 10.0 0 44 1
Yasir Arafat 8.0 0 51 0
Shoaib Malik 3.0 0 22 0
Abdul Razzaq 8.0 0 49 0
Fall of wicket
 
69 G Gambhir
141 R Dravid


Indian Team

India Cricket Live Indian Cricket Team: Final - G Gambhir, R Dravid, Yuvraj Singh, M Kaif, S K Raina, M S Dhoni, A B Agarkar, R P Singh, S Sreesanth, R R Powar, Z Khan, M Kartik (sub)

Pakistan Team

India Cricket Live Pakistan Cricket Team: Final - Imran Farhat, Kamran Akmal, Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Yousuf, Younis Khan, Inzamam-ul-Haq, Abdul Razzaq, Mohammad Asif, Yasir Arafat, Mohammad Sami, Iftikhar Anjum, Faisal Iqbal (sub)

The Venue

India Cricket Live National Stadium, Karachi Karachi, Pakistan's largest and most populous city, presents an interesting and colourful combination of the old and new. The National Stadium became Karachi's fifth and Pakistan's 11th first-class ground. The inaugural first-class match was played at NSK between Pakistan and India on April 21-24, 1955, and it became a fortress of Pakistan cricket. In 34 Tests between that first match and December 2000, Pakistan won 17 and were never beaten. Their only Test defeat on the ground came in the gloom against England in 2000-01. Since then, major terrorist activity, mainly bombings, have meant that non Asian sides have refused to play in the city, and in five years only Bangladesh and Sri Lanka have visited. It is a shame because the spectators are passionate - and noisy - and it is a great place to play and watch. The first ODI at the National Stadium was against West Indies on November 21, 1980, and it went down to the last ball as Gordon Greenidge drove Imran imperiously to the cover boundary with three needed. It has been a far less successful limited-overs venue, with defeats outnumbering victories. In fact, in a little under five years from the start of 1996, Pakistan failed to win on the ground. It also staged a quarter-final match in the 1996-97 World Cup.




Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.