England tour of India, 2001/02 /

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A learning experience for the Indian team

Feb 5, 2002: Yet another lesson is that the lack of an all-rounder continues to have considerable impact on the middle overs

Partab Ramchand

A fitting finale to a thrilling series

Feb 5, 2002: The six match one-day series ended in Mumbai amidst great excitement with both teams winning three each

Woorkheri Raman

Nasser Hussain, take a bow

Feb 5, 2002: It was yet another humdinger of a match at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, and England again came out on top, this time by five runs

Erapalli Prasanna

A one-day fightback to do England proud

Feb 4, 2002: England's cricketers can rest some tired limbs on the long-haul flight from Mumbai to Auckland knowing that they have done their country proud on the latest leg of their global merry-go-round

Stephen Lamb

Hussain thrilled at England's Mumbai victory

Feb 3, 2002: Nasser Hussain was full of praise for his team after England's victory in the final one-day match against India at Mumbai that squared the series three-all

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England square series in Mumbai thriller

Feb 3, 2002: England squared the one-day series with India by pulling off a thrilling win under the floodlights at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai

Stephen Lamb

India paid heavily for their reckless batting

Feb 1, 2002: It was a humdinger of a match at the Feroz Shah Kotla in New Delhi

Erapalli Prasanna

Fletcher fixed it for me, says delighted Giles

Jan 31, 2002: Ashley Giles praised the insight of the England coach, Duncan Fletcher, after taking five wickets as England won a thriller at Delhi to give themselves a chance of squaring the six-match series on Sunday

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England get home by two runs in Delhi thriller

Jan 31, 2002: It could be said that the main business of one-day cricket is to produce an exciting finish

Ralph Dellor

Chetan Sharma blows England away

Jan 31, 2002: If ever proof is required that one has to be innovative to win limited overs matches, the MRF World Series game between India and England at Kanpur in October, 1989 provided it

Partab Ramchand

England prepare for do-or-die encounter at Delhi

Jan 29, 2002: Nasser Hussain's England squad has arrived in Delhi knowing that nothing less than back-to-back wins in their last two games can secure a share in the one-day series with India

Stephen Lamb

A meek English surrender at Green Park

Jan 29, 2002: It is about time that the selectors gave some thought to playing five specialist bowlers in the side

Erapalli Prasanna

Batting blitzes at Green Park

Jan 29, 2002: The convincing victory at the Green Park Oval in Kanpur is really what is expected of the Indian side considering its potential

Woorkheri Raman

Sehwag and Tendulkar batting display stuns England as India race to victory

Jan 28, 2002: It appeared that England had got off to an incredible start to their innings when Nick Knight and Marcus Trescothick put on 71 for the first wicket in ten overs

Ralph Dellor

Indian batsmen must show greater responsibility

Jan 27, 2002: © Reuters The third one-dayer at Chennai was special for the visiting captain Nasser Hussain in more ways than one

Woorkheri Raman

Hats off to Captain Kumble

Jan 26, 2002: Let me begin by congratulating Anil Kumble for winning his very first one-day match as India captain

Erapalli Prasanna

Ratra has been impressive

Jan 26, 2002: The young wicketkeeper is a bundle of energy and has always been in the thick of action

Partab Ramchand

When the going got tough at Chennai

Jan 26, 2002: © AFP It had never happened before, despite every Indian fan wanting to witness it and every team fearing it

Anand Vasu

No excuses for our defeat, says Hussain

Jan 25, 2002: The England captain Nasser Hussain came to the defence of all-rounder Andrew Flintoff after two bad-tempered exchanges during England's four-wicket defeat by India

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Tendulkar sets up Indian win over England at Chennai

Jan 25, 2002: India have beaten England by four wickets at Chennai to take a two-one lead in the six-match series

Stephen Lamb
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Tour Results
India v England at Mumbai - Feb 3, 2002
England won by 5 runs
India v England at Delhi - Jan 31, 2002
England won by 2 runs
India v England at Kanpur - Jan 28, 2002
India won by 8 wickets (with 56 balls remaining)
India v England at Chennai - Jan 25, 2002
India won by 4 wickets (with 20 balls remaining)
India v England at Cuttack - Jan 22, 2002
England won by 16 runs
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