Showing news for 2nd Test: India v Australia at Kolkata, Mar 11-15, 2001

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Famous last-gasp wickets

In time for the win

Sep 28, 2017: Which of these last-minute wickets that decided a Test really left you with your jaw dropped?

ESPNcricinfo staff

Surprise, surprise

Mar 7, 2017: Test cricket does not produce many shock results - but when it does, it's worth the wait

Rob Steen

More galling than Galle

Jun 15, 2015: Sri Lanka bounced back from a 192-run deficit in the first innings to win in Galle. We take a look at six Tests when teams came back from a bigger deficit

ESPNcricinfo staff

'I should have played at least 50 Test matches'

Dec 10, 2014: Former India opener S Ramesh on facing the best attacks in the world, the disappointment of being overlooked, and Kolkata 2001

Interview by Subash Jayaraman

Farewell: Dravid and Laxman

Two southern gentlemen

Apr 11, 2013: Of the batting line-up instrumental in overturning India's history of lethargic indifference in the 2000s, Dravid was the spine and Laxman the nerve

Rahul Bhattacharya

No. 34

Dravid gets a hundred at Eden

Aug 9, 2009: India's go-to guy steps up and answers the doubters

Boria Majumdar

Second Test Match

India v Australia, 2000-01

2002: Toss: Australia

Forced to follow-on yet won

Mar 18, 2001: Finally Australia's great winning streak has come to an end

Arshad Chughtai

Laxman, Harbhajan script sensational Indian victory

Mar 15, 2001: Thursday was a day for drum beats and celebrations at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata

Anand Vasu

The 17-year-mark that Laxman has now stretched

Mar 14, 2001: And so it finally happened

Partab Ramchand

Laxman carves a place for himself in history at the Eden Gardens

Mar 14, 2001: There was once a man who said "cricket's a funny game." If indeed that is true, and a truer statement you cannot hope to hear, then VVS Laxman was the master comedian at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on the fourth day of the second Test

Anand Vasu

Laxman holds centre stage but India still face uphill task

Mar 13, 2001: The third day of the second Test saw VVS Laxman come into his own, playing two innings of character in one day

Anand Vasu

India v Australia, 2nd Test, Kolkata

Steve Waugh stands tall as India flicker and fade out

Mar 12, 2001: From the euphoria and exultation of yesterday, India were brought back down to earth by a display of attacking cricket that Australia may as well patent as their own

Anand Vasu

India v Australia, 2nd Test, Kolkata

My father would have been proud of my performance: Harbhajan

Mar 11, 2001: India managed to wrest the initiative on the opening day of the second Test, thanks chiefly to an impressive performance by Harbhajan Singh

Staff Reporter

Harbhajan makes history as India restrict Aussies

Mar 11, 2001: The first day of the second Test between Australia and India was a showcase of the kind of cricket worth traveling far to witness

Anand Vasu

Classical Kolkata

As befits a city of thinkers and artists, the finest Test played there was a long, slow, examination of skill and character

Mark Ray
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