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Pace, spin and controversy

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Andrew McGlashan

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A win in the dark

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Andrew Miller

Third Test Match

Pakistan v England 2000-2001

2002: At Karachi, December 7, 8, 9, 10, 11

Samiul Hasan

3rd Test, Pakistan v England, Statistical Highlights

Dec 20, 2000: It was the 1521st Test in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

What went wrong at Karachi?

Dec 19, 2000: A lot has been said about Pakistan's defeat at the hands of England at Karachi in the third and final of the three Tests

Mahmood Ahmad

An Englishman in Pakistan (part 8)

Dec 15, 2000: It began to sink in as I waited for a connecting flight in Istanbul airport on the Tuesday morning

James Davis

Pakistan's abysmal home run continues

Dec 13, 2000: Karachi, Dec 12: England's first victory in Pakistan for 39 years in near twilight on Monday extended home side's abysmal track record to a fourth straight series loss

Khalid H. Khan

Fielders should be allowed to refuse play in poor light: Miandad

Dec 12, 2000: Karachi, Dec 11: Pakistan coach Javed Miandad on Monday evening admitted that he talked to match referee Ranjan Madugalle and conveyed his displeasure on the continuation of the game despite poor light

Victory an icing on the cake: Hussain

Dec 12, 2000: Karachi, Dec 11: Rival camptains Moin Khan and Nasser Hussain on Monday conceded that they had never been involved in a game which has gone into darkness

England ends Pakistan's dream run at National Stadium, Karachi

Dec 12, 2000: England registered a sensational six wicket win over Pakistan in the third and final Test match at Karachi's National Stadium in near darkness

Rajneesh Gupta

England beat Pakistan by six wickets

Dec 12, 2000: Home team's 34-match unbeaten record shattered: Karachi, Dec 11: Pakistan plunged to depths of despair under darkness when England earned a hard fought six-wicket victory in the third and final cricket Test to clinch the three-match series 1-0 and a

Samiul Hasan

England win historic victory in Karachi

Dec 11, 2000: England have ended their triumphant tour of Pakistan with an historic six-wicket win in the third and final Test

Andy Jalil

Moin's go-slow tactics come under fire

Dec 11, 2000: Pakistan captain Moin Khan has been criticised for the tactics he employed to try to prevent England from winning the third Test in Karachi

Staff and Agencies

Praise heaped on England's 'incredible achievement'

Dec 11, 2000: England's victory in Karachi, only their second Test match win in Pakistan since Lahore in 1961, was hailed as an "incredible achievement" by man of the match Michael Atherton

Staff and Agencies

Poor handling of team cost Pakistan the test

Dec 11, 2000: England achieved an incredible victory over Pakistan in the Karachi Test

Col (Retd) Rafi Nasim

Pakistan lose three quick wickets in 2nd innings

Dec 11, 2000: England score 388: Karachi, Dec 10: Pakistan were 71 for three at stumps on Sunday, the fourth day of the third and last Test against England at the National Stadium

Samiul Hasan

Resolute English earn likely draw

Dec 10, 2000: Another day of staunch batting by England, this time by the lower order, took them within 17 runs of Pakistan's first innings total of 405 in the third and final Test in Karachi

Andy Jalil

With Pakistan losing 3 wickets the result now hangs in the balance

Dec 10, 2000: The England batsmen played with grit and determination to surpass Pakistan's total of 405 runs and nearly achieved the objective

Col (Retd) Rafi Nasim

Atherton grafts a painstaking century

Dec 10, 2000: Karachi, Dec 9: Michael Atherton scored a typically sedate and painstaking unbeaten century as England took a decisive step forward in holding Pakistan to a draw in the three-Test series which ends on Dec 11

Samiul Hasan

Stubborn Atherton leads England towards safety against Pakistan

Dec 9, 2000: Michael Atherton's dogged effort in the third and final Test, in Karachi, has been chiefly responsible for keeping England fully in the fight

Andy Jalil
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