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England's Wankhede successes

England have had two big ODI wins against India at the Wankhede Stadium - the 1987 World Cup semi-final and a series-levelling win in 2002 when Andrew Flintoff famously took his shirt off in celebration

Dustin Silgardo
25-Feb-2013
England have had two big ODI wins against India at the Wankhede Stadium - the 1987 World Cup semi-final and a series-levelling win in 2002 when Andrew Flintoff famously took his shirt off in celebration. The Hindustan Times talks to Kiran More, who played in the 1987 game, and Hemang Badani and Ajit Agarkar, who took part in 2002, about the matches.
"It was frustrating and disappointing that we couldn't finish the game but it really angered me that Flintoff took his t-shirt off and burst into wild celebrations. It was nice to see that Sourav gave it back to them very soon after that. I was glad to see that Sourav took it emotionally and let his feelings flow when the team came from behind to register a famous victory at Lord's ...," says Badani.

Dustin Silgardo is a former sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo