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Third Test Match

Pakistan v India

2005:

Rahul Bhattacharya

Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi, 4th day

'Our bowlers let us down' - Inzamam

Apr 16, 2004: This was a day as historic for India as it was disappointing for Pakistan, and predictably it led to a chaotic and emotional press conference, attended by Inzamam-ul-Haq and Javed Miandad.

Osman Samiuddin in Rawalpindi

Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi, 4th day

'This victory is dedicated to the team' - Ganguly

Apr 16, 2004: Sourav Ganguly basked in the limelight of India's first series win in Pakistan

Anand Vasu in Rawalpindi

Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi

From a two-man army to a complete outfit

Apr 16, 2004: What was most important was evolution of the team from being a two-man army to a complete outfit.

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi, 4th day

India break the barrier

Apr 16, 2004: India sealed a historic series victory in Pakistan, their first overseas series win in more than a decade, as they bowled Pakistan out for 245 in their second innings, to win by an innings and 131 runs

The Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma

Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi, 3rd day

'Patel has a big future' - Wright

Apr 15, 2004: John Wright preferred to stay in the background and heap all the plaudits on the players after India reached a comfortable position in the third Test

Anand Vasu in Rawalpindi

Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi, 3rd day

Patience pays

Apr 15, 2004: For Pakistan, it must have felt worse than Chinese water torture

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi, 3rd day

Meet the match referee

Apr 15, 2004: Ranjan Madugalle cut his cricketing career short because he wanted to concentrate on building a post-retirement career

Roving Reporter by Anand Vasu in Rawalpindi

Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi, 3rd day

Dravid's 270 puts India in command

Apr 15, 2004: A monumental 270 by Rahul Dravid took India to a score of 600, and a lead of 376, as India made sure that the platform they had built of the first two days of this crucial deciding Test was not wasted

The Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma

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

Dravid - 'We'll be looking to get another 150'

Apr 14, 2004: Rahul Dravid talked about getting his first Test hundred against Pakistan, the team's intention to try and bat only once, and the pressure - or not - of captaincy

Dileep Premachandran in Rawalpindi

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

Dravid puts India in charge

Apr 14, 2004: Rahul Dravid made 133 not out as India took the upper hand against Pakistan at Rawalpindi, leading by 118 runs, with six wickets still in hand

The Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma

April 13-17, 2004

Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi

Apr 14, 2004: Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi

Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi, 1st day

Balaji proves a point

Apr 13, 2004: When Lakshmipathy Balaji stepped onto the cricket field as an Indian bowler for the first time, he was quickly branded as an honest trier with limited ability

Anand Vasu in Rawalpindi

Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi, 1st day

Messing around at the top

Apr 13, 2004: The whole idea of shielding batsmen is now passé, thanks to the Australians who play cricket as it should be played - without fear

Dileep Premachandran in Rawalpindi

Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi, 1st day

Making your own luck

Apr 13, 2004: pre-match focus on the pitch can be misleading, especially as it diverts attention from the essentials that really make a difference

The Wisden Verdict by Osman Samiuddin

Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi, 1st day

Indian photo-journalist assaulted

Apr 13, 2004: After 34 incident-free days, a sour note was struck on the cricket field today when an Indian photographer was assaulted by a police constable at the Pindi Stadium during the afternoon session today

Anand Vasu in Rawalpindi

Pakistan v India, 3rd Test, Rawalpindi, 1st day

Sami averts a rout after Indian bowlers strike

Apr 13, 2004: In a dramatic day's play, India, after taking charge of the match, let the advantage slip a bit

The Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma
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