Showing news for 3rd Test: England v India at Leeds, Aug 22-26, 2002
2003: At Leeds, August 22, 23, 24, 25, 26
Aug 28, 2002: Of the four grounds to host Test matches in this series, Headingley must have been least favourite to witness an Indian win
Aug 27, 2002: © CricInfo The Indian performance at Headingley has been nothing short of magnificent
Aug 26, 2002: It took 13 balls on the final morning of this Test for Nasser Hussain to reach his twelfth Test century, his fifth as England captain and his fourth against India as he led England's resistance at Headingley
Aug 25, 2002: At the outset of the fourth day, England were harbouring hopes of a resolute last wicket partnership between Alec Stewart and Matthew Hoggard to reduce the massive deficit and to use up some valuable time
Aug 24, 2002: Any feeling of anti-climax as Sachin Tendulkar failed to reach a double century was quickly dispelled in a flurry of runs and wickets as India moved towards a declaration, and then what has become an uncharacteristic England collapse in the face of
Aug 23, 2002: Sachin Tendulkar scores runs with such machinelike regularity it's boring to watch
Aug 23, 2002: Just under an hour's play was lost at the start of the second morning of the third npower Test at Headingley, but the Indian batsmen more than made up for lost time with a spectacular display of batting skills while the England bowlers laboured in
Aug 22, 2002: India batted with great discipline throughout the first day of the third npower Test at Headingley, accepting the challenge presented to them by their captain, Sourav Ganguly
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