Showing news for 3rd Test: Pakistan v England at Karachi, Dec 7-11, 2000

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Atherton scores a ton while the Test heads for a draw

Dec 9, 2000: It was a day for England's batsmen who dominated the field though with a slow and steady display of batting

Col (Retd) Rafi Nasim

Determined England stay in contention against Pakistan

Dec 8, 2000: Resolute batting by England when it was most required took them to 79 for the loss of just one wicket on the second day of the third Test in Karachi

Andy Jalil

With Pakistan losing early advantage, match evenly poised

Dec 8, 2000: Against all expectations Pakistan lost the advantage gained on the 1st day and packed up for a total of 405 runs

Col (Retd) Rafi Nasim

Wasim's withdrawal controversial

Dec 8, 2000: Karachi, Dec 7: Wasim Akram withdrew from the third and final cricket Test against England in controversial circumstances to prompt speculation that it was not the back spasm but something else which kept him away from the game

Inzamam, Youhana revel in hitting centuries

Dec 8, 2000: Karachi, Dec 7: Defying England's bowling Inzamamul-Haq and Yousuf Youhana cracked scintillating, unbeaten centuries on the opening day of the third and final cricket Test at the National Stadium here on Thursday

Samiul Hasan

Inzamam and Youhana build challenging total after difficult start against England

Dec 7, 2000: After England's bowlers had given their side an excellent start to the final Test in Karachi, it was Pakistan's batsmen who gradually took over as the day progressed and by stumps, finished on a commanding 292 for three

Andy Jalil

Centuries by Inzamam and Youhana raise Pakistan to a commanding position

Dec 7, 2000: The 1st day of the 3rd and Final Test between England and Pakistan at Karachi was a day of absolute brilliance for Pakistan's batting generally dubbed as "suspect"

Col (Retd) Rafi Nasim
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