Pakistan tour of India, 2004/05 / Fall of wickets and partnerships

Pakistan in India Test Series - 3rd Test

India v Pakistan

Pakistan won by 168 runs

Partnerships - Pakistan 1st innings
Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1st 4 1.1 3.42 Shahid Afridi Yasir Hameed - 1/4 (1.1)
2nd 3 1.4 1.80 Yasir Hameed Younis Khan 1/4 (1.1) 2/7 (2.5)
3rd 324 88.2 3.66 Inzamam-ul-Haq Younis Khan 2/7 (2.5) 3/331 (91.1)
4th 84 20.1 4.16 Yousuf Youhana Younis Khan 3/331 (91.1) 4/415 (111.2)
5th 13 8.1 1.59 Asim Kamal Younis Khan 4/415 (111.2) 5/428 (119.3)
6th 18 10.2 1.74 Abdul Razzaq Younis Khan 5/428 (119.3) 6/446 (129.5)
7th 58 16.0 3.62 Kamran Akmal Younis Khan 6/446 (129.5) 7/504 (145.5)
8th 61 20.2 3.00 Mohammad Sami Younis Khan 7/504 (145.5) 8/565 (166.1)
9th 4 1.2 3.00 Younis Khan Arshad Khan 8/565 (166.1) 9/569 (167.3)
10th 1 0.2 3.00 Danish Kaneria Arshad Khan 9/569 (167.3) 10/570 (167.5)
Highest partnerships in the match
Inns Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1 3rd 324 88.2 3.66 Inzamam-ul-Haq Younis Khan 2/7 (2.5) 3/331 (91.1)
2 1st 98 23.2 4.20 G Gambhir V Sehwag - 1/98 (23.2)
3 2nd 92 25.4 3.58 Yasir Hameed Younis Khan 1/91 (12.4) 2/183 (38.2)
3 1st 91 12.4 7.18 Shahid Afridi Yasir Hameed - 1/91 (12.4)
4 1st 87 23.4 3.67 V Sehwag G Gambhir - 1/87 (23.4)
2 3rd 85 19.1 4.43 SR Tendulkar V Sehwag 2/172 (42.1) 3/257 (61.2)
1 4th 84 20.1 4.16 Yousuf Youhana Younis Khan 3/331 (91.1) 4/415 (111.2)
2 4th 80 21.4 3.69 V Sehwag VVS Laxman 3/257 (61.2) 4/337 (82.6)
3 3rd 78* 11.4 6.68 Inzamam-ul-Haq Younis Khan 2/183 (38.2) 2/261 (50.0)
2 2nd 74 18.5 3.92 R Dravid V Sehwag 1/98 (23.2) 2/172 (42.1)
1 8th 61 20.2 3.00 Mohammad Sami Younis Khan 7/504 (145.5) 8/565 (166.1)
1 7th 58 16.0 3.62 Kamran Akmal Younis Khan 6/446 (129.5) 7/504 (145.5)
2 10th 53 19.0 2.78 A Kumble VVS Laxman 9/396 (109.4) 10/449 (128.4)
2 6th 31 9.4 3.20 KD Karthik VVS Laxman 5/343 (86.2) 6/374 (95.6)
4 6th 29 14.0 2.07 KD Karthik SR Tendulkar 5/135 (55.4) 6/164 (69.4)
4 8th 25 9.1 2.72 IK Pathan A Kumble 7/164 (70.4) 8/189 (79.5)
4 9th 21 5.3 3.81 Harbhajan Singh A Kumble 8/189 (79.5) 9/210 (85.2)
4 2nd 21 12.5 1.63 G Gambhir R Dravid 1/87 (23.4) 2/108 (36.3)
1 6th 18 10.2 1.74 Abdul Razzaq Younis Khan 5/428 (119.3) 6/446 (129.5)
1 5th 13 8.1 1.59 Asim Kamal Younis Khan 4/415 (111.2) 5/428 (119.3)
2 7th 12 8.2 1.44 IK Pathan VVS Laxman 6/374 (95.6) 7/386 (104.2)
4 3rd 10 6.0 1.66 R Dravid SR Tendulkar 2/108 (36.3) 3/118 (42.3)
4 4th 9 8.5 1.01 VVS Laxman SR Tendulkar 3/118 (42.3) 4/127 (51.2)
4 5th 8 4.2 1.84 SC Ganguly SR Tendulkar 4/127 (51.2) 5/135 (55.4)
2 9th 8 4.1 1.92 L Balaji VVS Laxman 8/388 (105.3) 9/396 (109.4)
2 5th 6 3.2 1.80 SC Ganguly VVS Laxman 4/337 (82.6) 5/343 (86.2)
4 10th 4 4.4 0.85 L Balaji A Kumble 9/210 (85.2) 10/214 (89.6)
1 9th 4 1.2 3.00 Younis Khan Arshad Khan 8/565 (166.1) 9/569 (167.3)
1 1st 4 1.1 3.42 Shahid Afridi Yasir Hameed - 1/4 (1.1)
1 2nd 3 1.4 1.80 Yasir Hameed Younis Khan 1/4 (1.1) 2/7 (2.5)
2 8th 2 1.1 1.71 Harbhajan Singh VVS Laxman 7/386 (104.2) 8/388 (105.3)
1 10th 1 0.2 3.00 Danish Kaneria Arshad Khan 9/569 (167.3) 10/570 (167.5)
4 7th 0 1.0 0.00 SR Tendulkar A Kumble 6/164 (69.4) 7/164 (70.4)
Series Results
India v Pakistan at Bangalore - Mar 24-28, 2005
Pakistan won by 168 runs
India v Pakistan at Kolkata - Mar 16-20, 2005
India won by 195 runs
India v Pakistan at Mohali - Mar 8-12, 2005
Match drawn
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Apr 2, 2005

For Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq, the Bangalore test will be a memorable one for reasons more than one. This was his hundredth test match - he was felicitated by the KSCA for appearing in his 100th test match, he became only the fifth cricketer in test history to score a century in his hundredth test, and finally, to round it up, his team won the test match to level the series 1-1., India v Pakistan, 3rd Test, Bangalore, 24-28 Mar 2005

For Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq, the Bangalore test will be a memorable one for reasons more than one

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Apr 2, 2005

After pulling off a succesful win in the series decider at Bangalore, Pakistan levelled the 3-test series 1-1. The two captains, Inzamam-ul-Haq and Sourav Ganguly, receive the TVS Cup trophy from Karnataka Chief Minister Shri Dharam Singh, India v Pakistan, 3rd Test, Bangalore, 24-28 Mar 2005

After pulling off a succesful win in the series decider at Bangalore, Pakistan levelled the 3-test series 1-1. The two captains, Inzamam-ul-Haq and Sourav Ganguly, receive the TVS Cup trophy from Karnataka Chief Minister Shri Dharam Singh

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