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Pakistan vs Sri Lanka, 3rd Test at Karachi, , Mar 12 2000 - Cricket Photos

RESULT
3rd Test, Karachi, March 12 - 15, 2000, Sri Lanka tour of Pakistan
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256 & 421
(T:451) 227 & 228

Pakistan won by 222 runs

Members of the Pakistani team embrace their pacer Waqar Younis (L) as Sri Lankan skipper Sanath Jayasuriya (R) leaves the ground on the fourth day of the third and final cricket Test in Karachi, 15 March 2000. Jayasuriya was judged leg before wicket off Younis for 10. Sri Lanka were struggling at 127-6 at tea in reply of Pakistan's 450 runs lead.
Waqar is embraced after he captured the all important wicket of Sanath JayasuriyaFarooq Khan/AFP
Pakistani batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq (R) sweeps for a boundary as Sri Lankan wicketkeeper Romesh Kaluwitharana looks on during the first day of the third cricket Test against Sri Lanka in Karachi 12 March 2000. Haq's polished knock of 86 helped Pakistan score 256 in their first innings.
Inzamam-ul-Haq in perfect position to sweepFarooq Khan/AFP
Pakistani debutant paceman Irfan Fazil (C) is greeted by other teammates on his first wicket as Sri Lankan batsman Russel Arnold (R) leaves ground on the second day of the third and final cricket Test in Karachi, 13 March 2000. Sri Lanka were 201-7 at tea in reply of Pakistan's first inning total of 256 all out.
Debutant Irfan Fazil is congatulated after he picks up his first wicketFarooq Khan/AFP
Pakistani middle order batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq drives the ball off Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan for a boundary, while Sri Lankan wicket keeper Romesh Kaluwitharana watches, on the third day of the third and last cricket Test in Karachi, 14 March 2000. Haq guided Pakistan to a commanding position by scoring 138 runs. At stumps Pakistan were 375-7 having overall lead of 404.
Inzamam-ul-Haq drives majestically through the off sideFarooq Khan/AFP
Pakistani skipper Moin Khan (C) sweeps for a boundary off Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan on the third day of the third and final cricket Test in Karachi, 14 March 2000. Khan was on 51 as Pakistan were 375-7.
Moin Khan sweeps Muralitharan airilyFarooq Khan/AFP
Inzamam-ul-Haq poses with the Man-of-the-Match award with Moin Khan and Javed Miandad, Pakistan v Sri Lanka, 3rd Test, Karachi, 4th day, March 15, 2000
Inzamam-ul-Haq poses with the Man-of-the-Match award with Moin Khan and Javed Miandad AFP
Pakistan opening batsman Shahid Afridi pulls a boundarv off Sri Lankan pacer Chaminda Vaas on the first day of the third and final cricket Test in Karachi, 12 March 2000. Pakistan were 164 runs for 6 wickets with Afridi making 74 runs.
Shahid Afridi pulls viciously in his knock of 74 against Sri Lanka in the final TestFarooq Khan/AFP
Sri Lankan spinner Muttia Murlitharan (R) celebrates with wicketkeeper Romesh Kaluwitharana after taking his fourth wicket of the inning in Karachi 12 March 2000 during the first day of the third Test against Pakistan. Murlitharan took 4-89 in the first inning.
Murali and Kalu celebrate after Murali scalps fourFarooq khan/AFP
Man of the match, Pakistani batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq (R) along with his team skipper Moin Khan (L) and newly appointed coach Javed Miandad after receival of the man-of-the-match award at the end of the third and final cricket Test in Karachi, 15 March 2000. Haq hit a brilliant 138 to build the cornerstone of Pakistan highest score in the series. Pakistan downed Sri Lanka by an emphatic 222-run margin to restore some of their damaged pride, but the tourists clinched the Test series by 2-1.
Inzamam-ul-Haq stands with the coach and Moin Khan proudly displaying his man of the match awardMohammad Nadeem/AFP
Pakistani middle order batsman Younis Khan waves his bat in jubilation as he reached fifty on the third day of the third and last cricket Test in Karachi, 14 March 2000. Khan, who scored a debut century in his first Test against Sri Lanka, made 61 runs in Pakistan's second inning. At stumps Pakistan were 375-7 having overall lead of 404.
Younis Khan waves his bat to the crowd after making fiftyFarooq Khan/AFP
Sri Lankan off-spin-bowler Muttiah Muralitharan (L) receives man- of-the-series award from J.Y Chan (R), marketing manager of South Korean electronic company, LG electronic at the end of the third and final cricket Test in Karachi, 15 March 2000. Muralitharan took a record of 26 wickets in a three-match series against Pakistan. Others in the picture are unidentified.
Murali receiving the cheque for man of the seriesAFP
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