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Pakistan v Bangladesh - Aug 29-31, 2001 Scorecard
Pakistan v West Indies - Nov 19-23, 2006 Scorecard
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Pakistan v Bangladesh - Sep 9, 2003 Scorecard
Pakistan v West Indies - Jun 12, 2022 Scorecard
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Built as a replacement for the Qasim Bagh stadium, Multan Cricket Stadium hosted its first Test match in 2001 when Pakistan took on Bangladesh in the Asian Test Championship. Boasting one of the greenest outfields visible in the country, Multan Cricket Stadium also played host to one memorable Pakistan-India Test that saw Virender Sehwag smash a career-best 309 and enable India to inflict an innings defeat over Pakistan.

The 30,000-capacity stadium is also able to hold day-night matches with a set of floodlights installed at the venue. The floodlights, however, were not needed for the inaugural match as India rounded off a quick victory over Pakistan.

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The Multan Cricket Stadium is engulfed by a dust storm, Pakistan vs West Indies, 3rd men's ODI, Multan, June 12, 2022
The Multan Cricket Stadium is engulfed by a dust storm
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A Pakistani policeman stands guard as England practise, Multan, November 17, 2005
A Pakistani policeman stands guard as England practise
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Steve Harmison bowls in the first Test at Multan, Pakistan v England, 1st Test, Multan, November 12, 2005
Steve Harmison bowls in the first Test at Multan
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India, on the verge of their first Test win in Pakistan, Pakistan v India, 1st Test, Multan, 4th day, March 31, 2004
India, on the verge of their first Test win in Pakistan
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