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Rashid Latif admits to having claimed dropped catch

Nov 11, 2009: Rashid Latif, has admitted he claimed a catch against Bangladesh batsman Alok Kapali in Multan in 2003 even though he knew he hadn't taken it cleanly

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Fifth One-Day International

Pakistan v Bangladesh

2004:

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Fourth One-Day International

Pakistan v Bangladesh

2004:

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Third One-Day International

Pakistan v Bangladesh

2004:

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Second One-Day International

Pakistan v Bangladesh

2004:

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First One-Day International

Pakistan v Bangladesh

2004:

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Third Test Match

Pakistan v Bangladesh

2004:

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Second Test Match

Pakistan v Bangladesh

2004:

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First Test Match

Pakistan v Bangladesh

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Tour Summary

The Bangladeshis in Pakistan, 2003

2004: A review of Bangladesh's tour to Pakistan, 2003

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PwC ratings

Yousuf Youhana enters ODI top ten

Sep 23, 2003: Yousuf Youhana is the biggest beneficiary of Pakistan's 5-0 defeat of Bangladesh, climbing ten places to 7th in the latest PwC one-day ratings

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Pakistan ease to 58-run win to wrap series 5-0

Sep 21, 2003: Pakistan coasted to a comfortable 58-run victory in the last match of their one-day international series against Bangladesh to complete a 5-0 drubbing

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Pakistan v Bangladesh, 4th ODI, Rawalpindi

Pakistan edge Rawalpindi thriller

Sep 18, 2003: Mushfiqur Rahman bowled by Umar Gul as Bangladesh pressed for quick runs Yousuf Youhana scripted another gritty innings to lead Pakistan to a fourth consecutive victory in the one-day series against Bangladesh

The Wisden Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran

Pakistan clinch series 3-0 with big win at Lahore

Sep 15, 2003: Bangladesh never quite got themselves in a position to mount a serious attack on a target of 258, let alone the revised 244 from 44 overs

The Wisden Bulletin by Wisden CricInfo staff

Mudassar: Wasim and Waqar rivalry undermined Pakistan cricket

Sep 15, 2003: Former Pakistan opener Mudassar Nazar has claimed that the rivalry between Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis seriously undermined Pakistan cricket in the 1990s, and left a legacy which continues to haunt the national side to this day

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Youhana century steers Pakistan to 74-run win

Sep 12, 2003: Three quick wickets from Shoaib Malik, including that of the dangerous Rajin Saleh, allowed Pakistan to smother Bangladesh's gutsy attempt to chase down 243, and emerge victors by 74 runs in the second one-day international at Faisalabad

The Wisden Bulletin by Chandrahas Choudhury

PwC Ratings

Trescothick leapfrogs to ninth spot

Sep 9, 2003: Marcus Trescothick's double-century against South Africa at The Oval has propelled him nine places into ninth spot in the PwC ratings for batsmen

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Hameed hundred powers Pakistan to 137-run win

Sep 9, 2003: A clinical performance by the Pakistani team left Bangladesh outclassed by 137 runs in the first one-day international of the five-match series, at Multan

The Wisden Bulletin by Chandrahas Choudhury

Inzamam handed captain's armband

Sep 8, 2003: Inzamam-ul-Haq's remarkable return to favour was capped by the announcement that he will lead Pakistan in the absence of the suspended Rashid Latif in the five-match ODI series against Bangladesh, which starts on Tuesday (September 9)

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Procter: Latif 'committed a serious offence'

Sep 8, 2003: Mike Procter , match referee: "As captain a lot of responsibility falls on Rashid Latif and he committed a serious offence by claiming that catch which constitutes unfair play and a level-three offence of the ICC Code of Conduct (offensive and

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Tour Results
Pakistan v Bangladesh at Karachi - Sep 21, 2003
Pakistan won by 58 runs
Pakistan v Bangladesh at Rawalpindi - Sep 18, 2003
Pakistan won by 5 wickets (with 1 ball remaining)
Pakistan v Bangladesh at Lahore - Sep 15, 2003
Pakistan won by 42 runs (D/L method)
Pakistan v Bangladesh at Faisalabad - Sep 12, 2003
Pakistan won by 74 runs
Pakistan v Bangladesh at Multan - Sep 9, 2003
Pakistan won by 137 runs
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