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Pakistan v Sri Lanka

2003: At Lahore, March 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Samiul Hasan

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh

2003: At Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo, September 6, 7, 8

Charlie Austin

Pakistan v Bangladesh

2003: At Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan, August 29, 30, 31

Samiul Hasan

Series Summary

The Asian Test Championship, 2001-02

2003: The second Asian Test Championship was a hopeless affair

Wasim Bari refuses to share blame for defeat

Mar 15, 2002: The chairman of Pakistan cricket selectors Wasim Bari refused to share the blame for his team's eight-wicket drubbing against Sri Lanka in the Asian Test Championship final

Pakistan need to do some honest soul-searching

Mar 13, 2002: What a hiding Pakistan took and but for the weather, the match might have ended inside four days

Omar Kureishi

PCB chief disappointed with team's performance: Hasib slams manager, coach

Mar 12, 2002: The chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Lt Gen Tauqir Ziawas disappointed with team's performance and said analysis needed to be done

Sri Lanka win the Asian title by convincing margin

Mar 10, 2002: Match Report: ATC final

Agha Akbar

Sri Lankans create controversy over removal of covers

Mar 10, 2002: Sri Lanka's over enthusiasm Saturday evening left the match officials on a tricky wicket as they battled to avoid the controversy dominate the proceedings of a rain-curtailed day

PCB orders investigation into disunity rumours

Mar 10, 2002: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is to investigate the alleged disharmony in the team that has performed so pathetically in the Asian Test Championship final

Rain, Inzamam come to Pakistan's rescue

Mar 9, 2002: LAHORE-The rain, overnight and intermittent through the day came to Pakistan's rescue, and with the weatherman forecasting more showers between Saturday night and Sunday afternoon, it might end up saving Pakistan from the humiliation of defeat in

Agha Akbar

Pakistan give it away on a platter

Mar 8, 2002: From day one, Pakistan have been on the receiving end in this second Asian Test Championship final

Agha Akbar

Non-telecast of Asian Test Championship Final

Mar 8, 2002: The Board of Control for Cricket in Sri Lanka wishes to clarify incorrect reports that it is responsible for the Sri Lanka versus Pakistan Asian Test Championship Final being played in Lahore, Pakistan, not being telecast in Sri Lanka

BCCSL

Sangakkara leads the Lankan charge

Mar 7, 2002: Kumar Sangakkara, Sanath Jayasuriya, Mahela Jayawardene and Russel Arnold blunted the much-vaunted Pakistan attack with clinical efficiency, along the way teaching Pakistan a thing or two about batting in Test match cricket

Agha Akbar

Sri Lankans right behind Muralitharan

Mar 7, 2002: Sri Lanka once again rallied behind Muttiah Muralitharan and rejected former Indian spin wizard Bishen Singh Bedi's recent demands to ban the magician from international cricket

Waqar and selectors at odds over Shadab

Mar 7, 2002: The Pakistan cricket selectors had wanted to include Shadab Kabir in the 14-man squad for the Asian Test Championship final but the idea was rejected by skipper Waqar Younis

Sri Lankans reign supreme

Mar 6, 2002: Match Report: ATC Day 1

Agha Akbar

Sri Lankan spin king returns to haunt Pakistan

Mar 6, 2002: Muttiah Muralitharan returns to haunt Pakistan when they face Sri Lanka in the final of the Asian Test Championship on a seamers' friendly track at the Gaddafi Stadium from Wednesday

Samiul Hasan

Posting of Athar causes controversy

Mar 6, 2002: The Asian Cricket Council's (ACC) decision to name a home umpire and not staging the final starting tomorrow on a netural territory has caused controversy here

Reputations count for nothing in cricket

Mar 6, 2002: This column is due to appear on the morning of the start of the Asian Test Championship final between Pakistan and Sri Lanka and any observations I might have had, runs the risk of becoming null and void

Omar Kureishi
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Tournament Results
Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Lahore - Mar 6-10, 2002
Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh at Colombo (SSC) - Sep 6-8, 2001
Sri Lanka won by an innings and 137 runs
Pakistan v Bangladesh at Multan - Aug 29-31, 2001
Pakistan won by an innings and 264 runs
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