With a high-octane Asia Cup strife between a dual countries only few hours away, here’s a demeanour during a 5 noted India vs Pakistan matches.
ODI, Sialkot, Oct 1984
On Oct 31, 1984, a day when a teams were personification a one-dayer during Sialkot, a afterwards Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was assassinated in New Delhi.
Dilip Vengsarkar and Ravi Shastri were pier on runs for India when a news came. Pakistan’s boss Zia ul Haq systematic a compare stopped, and India’s captain Sunil Gavaskar wanted a same.
“Thirty years have left by, though it’s a day one can’t forget,” Gavaskar said.
ODI, Sharjah, Mar 1985
Imran Khan’s best bowling total of 6-14 were in a One-day International opposite India Mar 22, 1985, though for a swashbuckling Pakistan quick bowler it was all in vain.
Imran Khan ripped detached a Indian batting choice during Sharjah to send a antithesis make-up for 125. But Pakistan’s possess batting imploded and they were skittled for only 87.
Imran Khan — now a Pakistani Prime Minister — was still male of a match.
ODI, Sharjah, Apr 1986
The compare that will always elicit a bitterest memories for India, and a sweetest ones for Pakistan, was on Apr 18, 1986, again an ODI in Sharjah.
With Pakistan wanting 4 off a final round to win, India’s Chetan Sharma ran in and bowled a full toss — that Javed Miandad swatted for six.
Miandad, who was presented with a golden sword, became a inhabitant hero, while Sharma faced barbs and insults on his lapse home.
Test, Chennai, Jan 1999
A century from Sachin Tendulkar, India’s many distinguished batsman, was customarily a recipe for success in a 1990s and 2000s though not in a 1999 Test compare opposite Pakistan in Chennai.
Chasing 271 for victory, Tendulkar brought India tighten with a stimulating 136, though Pakistani off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq got him out and India eventually mislaid by 12 runs.
A sporting Indian home throng gave a Wasim Akram-led side a station ovation, though Tendulkar was heartbroken.
Weeping in a sauce room, according to then-coach Anshuman Gaekwad, a “little master” refused to come out of a sauce room to accept his male of a compare award.
T20I, Johannesburg, Sep 2007
An India-Pakistan final in a initial Twenty20 World Cup and a sell-out throng in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2007 was a ideal environment for cricket’s newest format.
Pakistan’s Misbah ul Haq was on a fork of holding his group to a noted win with his dirty batting in a follow of 158.
But afterwards came a impulse of stupidity as Haq attempted to play an brazen paddle shot to sign feat opposite paceman Joginder Sharma in a final over.
The round went high into a watchful hands of S. Sreesanth. Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s India distinguished like never before as Haq missed a possibility of a lifetime.
(With AFP inputs)
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