Filter results by date

Rana Naved-ul-Hasan basks in the limelight after inspiring his team to victory, India v Pakistan, 3rd ODI, Jamshedpur, April 9, 2005 © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Rana Naved-ul-Hasan did a tremendous job with the ball, and Inzamam-ul-Haq appreciated that © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Irfan Pathan held up Pakistan with a belligerent innings of 64 © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Pakistan had plenty of opportunity to celebrate as India's top-order crumbled © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Sourav Ganguly's bad run continued, and once again he was dismissed cheaply © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Mohammad Sami began to enjoy bowling on a pitch that offered a little if a bowler was prepared to bend his back © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Sachin Tendulkar was the second to go, and trouble was brewing for India © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    India began badly, losing Virender Sehwag, their man in form © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Salman Butt reached an invaluable hundred, and he cherished the moment © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Salman Butt made his good form count, running down everything in site © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Shoaib Malik brought his booming strokes to the party © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Salman Butt got Pakistan on their way with some tremendous strokeplay © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Rana Naved-ul-Hasan basks in the limelight after picking up the Man-of-the-Match award © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Sourav Ganguly examines his bat © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Mohammad Sami celebrates the wicket of Sachin Tendulkar © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Salman Butt gives thanks after reaching a tremendous hundred against India © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Salman Butt touches down © AFP

  • Apr 9, 2005

    Shoaib Malik plays a big shot © AFP