Player of the Match
Player of the Match
  • BATSMEN
    R
    M
    B
    4s
    6s
    SR
    lbw b Tendulkar
    67
    198
    118
    6
    0
    56.77
    c Ganguly b Harbhajan Singh
    43
    92
    79
    7
    0
    54.43
    c Ramesh b Harbhajan Singh
    28
    16
    21
    3
    2
    133.33
    lbw b Raju
    0
    15
    10
    0
    0
    0.00
    c sub (HK Badani) b Harbhajan Singh
    24
    54
    58
    4
    0
    41.37
    c Das b Harbhajan Singh
    0
    3
    4
    0
    0
    0.00
    lbw b Tendulkar
    0
    2
    1
    0
    0
    0.00
    c Das b Harbhajan Singh
    6
    51
    38
    1
    0
    15.78
    lbw b Tendulkar
    0
    8
    7
    0
    0
    0.00
    not out
    13
    64
    56
    2
    0
    23.21
    lbw b Harbhajan Singh
    12
    32
    27
    2
    0
    44.44
    Extras
    19 (b 6, nb 8, pen 5)
    TOTAL
    212 all out (68.3 Overs, RR: 3.09, 272 minutes)
    Fall of wickets: 1-74 (MJ Slater, 23.2 ov), 2-106 (JL Langer, 27.3 ov), 3-116 (ME Waugh, 30.2 ov), 4-166 (SR Waugh, 45.2 ov), 5-166 (RT Ponting, 45.6 ov), 6-167 (AC Gilchrist, 46.3 ov), 7-173 (ML Hayden, 48.3 ov), 8-174 (SK Warne, 50.3 ov), 9-191 (JN Gillespie, 59.4 ov), 10-212 (GD McGrath, 68.3 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    Z Khan8.043003.7502
    BKV Prasad3.01702.3300
    Harbhajan Singh30.387362.3900
    SLV Raju15.035813.8600
    SR Tendulkar11.033132.8106
    SC Ganguly1.00202.0000

Close of Play

  • Sun, 11 Mar - day 1 - Australia 1st innings 291/8 (SR Waugh 29*, JN Gillespie 6*, 90 ov)
  • Mon, 12 Mar - day 2 - India 1st innings 128/8 (VVS Laxman 26*, SLV Raju 3*, 46 ov)
  • Tue, 13 Mar - day 3 - India 2nd innings 254/4 (VVS Laxman 109*, R Dravid 7*, 75 ov)
  • Wed, 14 Mar - day 4 - India 2nd innings 589/4 (VVS Laxman 275*, R Dravid 155*, 165 ov)
  • Thu, 15 Mar - day 5 - Australia 2nd innings 212 (68.3 ov) - end of match

Match Notes

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    Former India opener S Ramesh on facing the best attacks in the world, the disappointment of being overlooked, and Kolkata 2001

  • What's common to Headingley '81 and Kolkata '01?

    Peter Willey, who was involved in two of the greatest Tests of modern times, as player in one, umpire in the other, looks back at them

  • A forgotten anniversary

    While the senses are riveted on the World Cup, the 10th anniversary of a landmark day in Indian cricket - the famous Kolkata stand between Laxman and Dravid - has gone unheralded, unacknowledged even

  • Classical Kolkata

    As befits a city of thinkers and artists, the finest Test played there was a long, slow, examination of skill and character