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India v Pakistan

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Nick Hoult

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 5th day

Impeccable Kumble

Mar 21, 2005: On the Ball

On the Ball with S Rajesh

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 5th day

Wicket off the first ball was the turning point - Ganguly

Mar 20, 2005: Anil Kumble won India another Test with some exceptional bowling, taking his 29th five-wicket haul in a Test innings

Anand Vasu in Kolkata

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 5th day

'We can draw level at Bangalore' - Inzamam

Mar 20, 2005: Inzamam-ul-Haq was obviously disappointed when he spoke to the press after Pakistan's 195-run loss to India in the second Test at Kolkata

Anand Vasu in Kolkata

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 5th day

Beaten, but far from disgraced

Mar 20, 2005: The rearguardin Mohali, the first four days here; maybe Pakistan isjust beginning to learn how not to lose at the moment

Osman Samiuddin in Kolkata

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 5th day

The colossus delivers again

Mar 20, 2005: Kumble has built a career on his ability to quieten the naysayers, delivering time and again when asked to

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran in Kolkata

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 5th day

Kumble the destroyer

Mar 20, 2005: A statistical look at the fifth day's play at Kolkata

ESPNcricinfo staff

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

Runs all around

Mar 20, 2005: Before this innings, plenty had been written about Dinesh Karthik's inability to contribute with the bat, but he silenced his critics with a wonderfully gutsy and priceless 93

On the Ball with S Rajesh and Arun Gopalakrishnan

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 5th day

Kumble bowls India to victory

Mar 20, 2005: Anil Kumble proved irresistible on the fifth day and sent Pakistan skidding to 226 all out, taking 7 for 63 andgiving India victory by 195 runs and a 1-0 lead in this series

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu at Kolkata

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

Dravid's gem sets up a grand finale

Mar 19, 2005: Rahul Dravid made a determined 135, his second century of the match and the 20th of his career, and Dinesh Karthik hit a pugnacious 93 as India moved into a position of strength in the second Test at Kolkata, leaving Pakistan 422 to win

The Bulletin by Amit Varma

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

A six-year gap, an exclusive club

Mar 19, 2005: A statistical look at the fourth day's play at Kolkata

ESPNcricinfo staff

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

Making the impossible possible

Mar 19, 2005: For three days, two unevenly matched teams have brawled, they have hurled almost everything at each other, and any time one has deigned to take the advantage, the other has clawed it back

The Wisden Verdict by Osman Samiuddin in Kolkata

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

The side that holds its nerve will win - Dravid

Mar 19, 2005: Rahul Dravid has done his bit in India's bid to win the Kolkata Test, scoring a century in each innings of a match for the second time in his Test career

Anand Vasu in Kolkata

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

Karthik turns it around

Mar 19, 2005: Dinesh Karthik missed out on a century, but he won the hearts of the crowd, the absolute confidence of his team-mates or the faith of the selectors with his superb 93

Anand Vasu in Kolkata

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

Allround fluency

Mar 19, 2005: A ball-by-ball analysis of the third day's play at Kolkata

On the Ball with S Rajesh and Arun Gopalakrishnan

India v Pakistan, 2nd Test, Kolkata, 5th day

Classic contest reaches its climax

Mar 19, 2005: If the first nine days of the series is anything to go by, nothing can be predicted about the last day of play at Kolkata

The Bulletin by Amit Varma

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

From potential to performance

Mar 18, 2005: Indian fans know all about hoping for the best and preparing for the worst when it comes entrusting someone to lead the bowling attack in the absence of the main striker

Anand Vasu in Kolkata

Play of the Day

Offering bad light to the umpire

Mar 18, 2005: Tendulkar's throw wasjust another reminder of the man's presence of mind and his sheernatural ability on a cricket field

Osman Samiuddin and Anand Vasu in Kolkata

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

Striking the perfect balance

Mar 18, 2005: If Rahul Dravid strutted his stuff on the first day, then it was the turn of Younis Khan and Yousuf Youhana to show just what they were capable of on the second

On the Ball with S Rajesh and Arun Gopalakrishnan

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

Tendulkar's fall levels the scales

Mar 18, 2005: India fought back magnificently on the third day at Kolkata, taking eight wickets for 120 to dismiss Pakistan for 393 and take a first-innings lead of 14

The Bulletin by Amit Varma
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