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Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom

Apr 17, 2001: Indian cricket was in total disarray when it lost its leading men like Mohammad Azharuddin to the match fixing controversy

By Santhosh S

Tests: England 0 India 2, ODIs: England 1 India 1

The Indians in England, 1986

1987: As the Indians began their tour in cold, rainy weather in the West Country, two questions came to mind

G.W.

Third Cornhill Test

ENGLAND v INDIA 1986

1987: A stoppage of 48 minutes for bad light and rain after tea on the fifth day tantalisingly denied both sides the opportunity of winning a match which fluctuated throughout on a dry, brown pitch

Jack Bannister

Second Cornhill Test

ENGLAND v INDIA 1986

1987: Hammonds Sauce Works Band, playing in front of the Football Stand, was the indisputable success for England during a match which India won by a resounding margin in under three and a half days

D.H.

First Cornhill Test

ENGLAND v INDIA 1986

1987: At Lord's, June 5, 6, 7, 9, 10

G.W.

Second Texaco Trophy Match

†ENGLAND v INDIA 1986

1987: At Manchester, May 26

First Texaco Trophy Match

†ENGLAND v INDIA 1986

1987: At The Oval, May 24

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