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A magnificent piece of fielding cut short Sachin Tendulkar's innings, India v Pakistan, 2nd ODI, Visakhapatnam, April 5, 2005 © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Virender Sehwag was in blistering form, and Pakistan's bowlers had no answer to his brutal attack © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Sourav Ganguly's horrible form continued, as he made just 9 © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Mahendra Singh Dhoni played a wide array of shots and was virtually unstoppable © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Virender Sehwag and Mahendra Singh Dhoni made for an explosive combination © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    A swarm of bees had the players ducking for cover © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Mahendra Singh Dhoni brought up his first hundred in one-day internationals, and he was pretty pleased with his effort © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Shahid Afridi couldn't believe that his stumps were knocked over by Ashish Nehra © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    The Indians had plenty to celebrate in the field as Pakistan lost wickets regularly © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    The key wicket was that of Inzamam-ul-Haq, and the Indians were obviously delighted when he was run out © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Abdul Razzaq kept the Pakistan innings going with a typically aggressive 88 © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Yuvraj Singh ended Abdul Razzaq's spirited resistance, having him caught-behind © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Mohammad Kaif held on to the catch to get rid of Yousuf Youhana for 71 © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Inzamam-ul-Haq regained his sense of humour during the presentation © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Mahendra Singh Dhoni deserved the Man-of-the-Match award © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Abdul Razzaq hits out © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Mahendra Dhoni hits out © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Mahendra Dhoni after completing his century © AFP

  • Apr 5, 2005

    Sachin Tendulkar walking back after being run out © AFP