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India v England, 2005-06

2007: India v England, 2005-06

Rahul Bhattacharya

England in India 2005-06

Who cares if the ship is sinking?

Apr 7, 2006: Another day, another defeat, another wave of deafening indifference. England and one-day cricket don't even pretend to mix at the moment

Andrew Miller

England in India 2005-06

Scrapping in the Ring of Fire

Mar 23, 2006: No team can lay claim to greatness until they've turned in a good performance on the subcontinent, and yet, England have done just that, powered by a squad of reserves

Andrew Miller

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 5th day

'This is up there with the Ashes' - Flintoff

Mar 22, 2006: This England team may have lacked experience, but their indomitable will carried them to a resounding 212-run victory in the third and final Test, a win that is destined to be remembered as one of their finest in the subcontinent

Dileep Premachandran in Mumbai

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 5th day

Post-lunch drama

Mar 22, 2006: In a bizarre session of play, India collapsed in the space of 92 balls out of which Yuvraj faced 46. The following manhattan graphic shows the passage of play after lunch

George Binoy

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 5th day

Dravid regrets top-order failiure

Mar 22, 2006: Rahul Dravid admitted that his decision to field first was a mistake and also defended the decision to go in with five bowlers

S Rajesh in Mumbai

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 5th day

A diabolical capitulation

Mar 22, 2006: Capitulations are rarely honourable affairs, but even by Indian standards this was particularly lily-livered and shameful

Dileep Premachandran in Mumbai

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 5th day

Leading from the front

Mar 22, 2006: The last time England won a series in India, 21 years ago, they came from behind

John Stern in Mumbai

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 5th day

When Tendulkar made Udal's day

Mar 22, 2006: For one man immortality, for another the ultimate sign of mortality. Shaun Udal will dine out on this moment for the rest of his life. Sachin Tendulkar will prefer never to speak of it again

John Stern in Mumbai

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 5th day

Rampant England level series

Mar 22, 2006: A rampant England side clinched a famous series-levelling win on the final day at Mumbai as India caved in for a paltry 100, chasing 313 for victory

The Bulletin by S Rajesh in Mumbai

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 4th day

Chance to rewrite history

Mar 21, 2006: At times this afternoon, it was hard to fathom which team was 1-0 down in the series and going for parity

Dileep Premachandran in Mumbai

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 4th day

Epidemic of dropped catches

Mar 21, 2006: Yuvraj Singh's failure to hold James Anderson at short leg right at the end of England's second innings took the missed chance count for this Test to 15 - and we've still 90 overs to play.

John Stern in Mumbai

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 4th day

Kumble's leash and an unlikely chase

Mar 21, 2006: Bowling round the wicket, pitching in the rough outside leg stump, Anil Kumble was extremely hard to get away and went at a measly 1.63 runs per over

George Binoy

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 4th day

'It's still a good wicket to bat on' - Harbhajan

Mar 21, 2006: Harbhajan Singh reckons India still have a good chance of saving or winning the game tomorrow

S Rajesh in Mumbai

Of superhuman efforts and debutants

Expectation, expectation, expectation

Mar 21, 2006: Tim de Lisle on how debutants have outmatched expectations in recent Tests ... and why we should savour the 400-run ODI and not complain about it being a batsman's game

Tim de Lisle

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 4th day

Pathan falls as India chase 313

Mar 21, 2006: India lost makeshift opener Irfan Pathan early as they began their chase of 313 on the fourth evening at Mumbai

The Bulletin by S Rajesh in Mumbai

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 3rd day

Bowling to a plan

Mar 20, 2006: England have approached the series with definite plans to snare the Indian batsmen. They cut off Dhoni's favourite scoring zones by pushing him on to the back foot

George Binoy

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 3rd day

Anderson's resurgence

Mar 20, 2006: This should be England's match but don't put your house on it

John Stern in Mumbai

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 3rd day

'I just controlled myself when I got in' - Dhoni

Mar 20, 2006: Speaking to the media after the third day, he reckoned the end-of-day scenario might have been quite different had he stayed around a little longer

S Rajesh in Mumbai

India v England, 3rd Test, Mumbai, 3rd day

Serious problems to ponder

Mar 20, 2006: This was a grim reminder of the days when a capable pace attack would arrive at the Wankhede and make India's much-vaunted batting line-up appear second-rate

Dileep Premachandran in Mumbai
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