Thursday, November 15, 2007

India-Pakistan 4th ODI Scorecard

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Pakistan Innings

India Beats Pakistan by 6 wickets and Wins the Series

India posted a big win by 6 wickets in the 4th ODI of 5 One Day match series and with this wins the series taking lead of 3-1.

India achieved the target of 256 runs set by the Pakistanis in mere 46.3 overs.

Sachin was awarded Man of the Match for his outstanding knock of 97.

It has been after 24 years that India has won one day match series against Pakistan in India. So, a lot of congratulations to captain Dhoni and team India as well.

Sachin Tendulkar Man of The Match but Once Again Out in 90's

Sachin Tendulkar was Man of the Match in the 4th ODI vs Pakistan for his oustanding knock of 97.

But with this once again Sachin Tendulkar got out in the 90's and missed his century . Its the sixth time in 2007 and 2nd time in this series that Sachin got out in 90's. And if his 89 is also included (as it is just 1 run short of 90) its the 7th time for him.

On being interviewed about it, Sachin says that winning is important and not the centuries and wouldn't mind it as long as the team is winning.

Sunday, November 11, 2007

India Beat Pakistan by 46 Runs in the 3rd ODI

India beat Pakistan by 46-run in the third one-day international in Kanpur on Sunday to take a 2-1 lead in the five-game series.

India set a target of 295 runs but even Salman Butt best performance of 129 runs couldn't help Pakistan to win the match.

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Gautam Gambhir and Shahid Afridi Exchanging Abusive Words During the Match


India - Pakistan matches are always exciting because of rival between the two teams. But we couldn't see anything like such in the two matches already played but in the 3rd ODI things got heated up between Gautam Gambhir and Shahid Afridi.

Both were seen exchanging words after Gautam Gambhir hit Shahid Afridi for a boundary. Next ball Gambhir took a single but things got even worse when Gambhir straight away collided with Afridi and both messed up exchanging some unconventional words, which could be clearly make out of their lips, which was interrupted by umpire Ian Gould's intervention.