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India Vs. Pakistan – The Charm Persists

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Written by Sudarshan Suresh

March 3, 2005 at 2:27 am

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  1. I have seen lots and lots of India-Pakistan matches. But your top pick happens to be mine too. The Miandad six off Chetan Sharma still counts as one of the biggest shockers for India and they didnt recover from that blow for a few years. It was an emotional moment. Very !

    The Last Blogger

    March 3, 2005 at 10:09 am

  2. My best match –
    When Srikkanth tore apart Qadir / Imran and Co. and I waved a banner at Chepauk ‘Qadir to Bowl’.

    Oh what a match..!!!.


    March 3, 2005 at 6:38 pm

  3. Narayanan
    I remember that game vaguely. it was a test match in which cheeka made 123 odd runs….


    March 3, 2005 at 6:41 pm

  4. Good one… do you remember Hrishikesh Kanitkar’s last ball four at Dhaka in Bangladesh Independence Cup Final (1998) against Pakistan. India were chasing 314 or something & our good, old Robin Singh scored a quick fire 80 to set the pace.. at the end, it was a nail biting finish and I still remember Kanitkar for that one moment.


    March 4, 2005 at 4:39 am

  5. Sudarshan

    I am a big Srikkanth Fan.
    Due you remember the 1983-84 Australia Benson Hedges trophy ( Shastri won the audi car.?
    Srikkanth played pretty well there and was neck to neck with Shastri.

    I think his son is playing now…Anirudh Srikkanth…not sure though. I read that he is also a dashing batsman…!!

    I remember an old Sporstar Cover..with Srikkanth and the title ‘Have Bat will Hit’.

    Cheeka…I miss you.!!


    March 5, 2005 at 1:53 pm

  6. Chakra
    Yeah! I remember Kanitkar very well… Robin was a pinch hitter and Ganguly made a hundred. It was a nail biter


    March 5, 2005 at 2:16 pm

  7. Narayanan
    Cheeka started the technique of attacking the bowlers early before Jayasuriya patented it. He was a treat to watch but he always flattered to deceive.


    March 5, 2005 at 2:18 pm

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