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Second Test Match

Pakistan v India

2005:

Rahul Bhattacharya

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore, 4th day

Winning ugly

Apr 8, 2004: It is doubtful whether Inzamam-ul-Haq has ever spoken to George Graham or Brad Gilbert for advice

The Pakistan View by Osman Samiuddin in Lahore

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore, 4th day

'Pakistan played better cricket' - Dravid

Apr 8, 2004: Post-match quotes from Rahul Dravid and Inzamam-ul-Haq

Anand Vasu and Osman Samiuddin in Lahore

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore, 4th day

The value of matchwinners

Apr 8, 2004: Since the first morning of the Lahore Test, things have gradually fallen into place for a Pakistan side which was in a shambles only a week earlier

The Wisden Verdict by S Rajesh

Who will open with Virender Sehwag?

Yuvraj or Chopra? - India's selectorial dilemma

Apr 8, 2004: Yuvraj Singh has complicated the selection of the Indian team for the third Test by playing a blinder in the second Test

Anand Vasu in Lahore

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore, 4th day

Pakistan romp to series-levelling win

Apr 8, 2004: Pakistan romped to a comprehensive nine-wicket victory over India in the second Test at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.

The Wisden Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore, 3rd day

Pakistan tighten their grip

Apr 7, 2004: Asim Kamal's classy and defiant 73 laid the platform, and the much-maligned pace attack then took centre-stage as Pakistan closed in on an emphatic series-equalling victory

The Wisden Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore, 2nd day

Inzamam - 'I pray we don't relax from here'

Apr 6, 2004: On a day of hard grind, Pakistan's batsmen put together a disciplined, no-frills performance to eke out a first-innings lead and end the day in a position of considerable strength

Osman Samiuddin

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore, 2nd day

It hardly feels like another country

Apr 6, 2004: After a childhood full of misgivings and apprehensions, I have spent an adulthood wondering how it would feel to set foot in Pakistan

Roving Reporter by Sambit Bal in Lahore

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore, 2nd day

Patel fined 60% of match fee

Apr 6, 2004: Parthiv Patel has been fined 60% of the match fee after being charged with breaching Section 2.2 of the ICC Code of Conduct, which involved showing serious dissent at an umpire's decision by action or verbal abuse

Anand Vasu in Lahore

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore, 2nd day

The rewards of application

Apr 6, 2004: Pakistan's disciplined batting approach showed just what is possible if discipline and circumspection replace recklessness

The Wisden Verdict by S Rajesh

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore, 2nd day

Farhat and Inzamam frustrate India

Apr 6, 2004: Imran Farhat and Inzamam-ul-Haq made patient centuries, as Pakistan coasted to 355 for 3 on the second day of the second Test, at Lahore

The Wisden Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran

April 5-9, 2004

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore

Apr 5, 2004: Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore, 1st day

'I am now confident I can do well in Tests' - Yuvraj

Apr 5, 2004: Yuvraj Singh and Umar Gul, the stars of the show, spoke to the media after the first day's play at Lahore

Anand Vasu and Osman Samiuddin in Lahore

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore, 1st day

All for a good cause

Apr 5, 2004: Before the second Test started, Dravid and Inzamam-ul-Haq came together to join children in holding a banner with the slogan "Bowl out Polio" written on it

Anand Vasu in Lahore

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore, 1st day

More than talent

Apr 5, 2004: You'd think talent was the most important thing in sport, but it isn't

The Wisden Verdict by Amit Varma

Pakistan v India, 2nd Test, Lahore, 1st day

Yuvraj stands alone after Gul heroics

Apr 5, 2004: Umar Gul bowled a magnificent spell that reduced India to 147 for 7, and then, Yuvraj Singh stroked a glorious 112 to take his side to 287

The Wisden Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran
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