Player of the Match
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Match Day

529dRahul Bhattacharya

A hero's innings

Inzamam was given a hero's ovation into the pavilion, for his had been the innings of a hero; 122 from 104 balls, speaks for itself; and from that situation and on this occasion

527dThe Wisden Bulletin by S Rajesh

India sneak a high-scoring thriller

Despite Inzamam-ul-Haq's brilliant 122, Pakistan fell five runs short of India 349 in the highest-scoring match in the history of one-day-international cricket

527dThe Pakistan Verdict by Osman Samiuddin

The same old story

It wasn't for nothing that Steve Waugh and his Australians used to believe that the battle is often won early on in a match, whether it is the first session of a Test or the first 15 overs of a one-dayer

527dAnand Vasu in Karachi

Ganguly rails against an ICC rule

Sourav Ganguly might have landed himself in trouble after terming as 'ridiculous' a decision taken by the ICC not to dock overs from the side bowling first and failing to complete its quota of overs in the stipulated time

527dAnand Vasu in Karachi

Just like Mumbai

Jagmohan Dalmiya called it the most orderly crowd he has ever seen