India Vs Pakistan: happening in india ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Will start from 5th October. Now less than two months are left for this Mahakumbh of cricket to begin. cricket fans around the world India and Pakistan Eagerly waiting for the high voltage contest between. Whenever the two biggest arch-rivals of cricket, India-Pakistan come face to face, the excitement is at its peak. Although there have been many memorable matches between the two teams, but some matches have happened, which can never be forgotten. So let us introduce you to the 10 most memorable moments of India-Pakistan cricket history.
1. Anil Kumble’s ‘Perfect 10’
In 1999, at Delhi’s Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium, Anil Kumble created history by taking 10 wickets for Pakistan in a single innings. Kumble single-handedly defeated Pakistan. In that match, which lasted from 4 to 7 February 1999, leg-spinner Kumble took 10 wickets for 74 runs in 26.3 overs with 9 maidens in an innings. Chasing a target of 420 runs in that match, openers Saeed Anwar and Shahid Afridi added 101 runs each, but the entire team was bundled out for 207 runs and India defeated Pakistan by 212 runs.
2. Kolkata Test of 1999, the most controversial match
The Test match played between 16-20 February in 1999 has been the most controversial match ever played between the two countries. This match was played at the Eden Gardens in Calcutta. 4 lakh 65000 people were present in this match. In this match, Shoaib Akhtar took 4 wickets for 71 runs in one innings and 4 wickets for 47 runs in the second. Along with this, Pakistan’s Saeed Anwar was not out even after scoring 188 runs.
Controversy started in this match when Sachin was run out. The crowd had created a ruckus and had riots. The result was that the remaining match was seen in an empty stadium and Pakistan had won the match by 46 runs.
3. Miandad’s last ball six
This is about a match of the 1986 Australia Cup played at Sharjah Stadium. There was a match between India and Pakistan. Pakistan needed 4 runs to win and only 1 ball was left. The ball was to be played by Javed Miandad and it happened which no one had any idea. Chetan Sharma, the smoky bowler of his era, bowled the ball and Miandad hit that full toss ball for a six.
4. Team India won even after scoring 125 runs
This match played in Sharjah in 1984 is still memorable. Indian Captain Kapil Dev and Pakistani Captain Imran Khan. Team India was reduced to just 125 runs. Pakistan’s victory was considered certain. Kapil Dev had faith in his bowlers and something happened in this match that Team Pakistan was all out for 87 runs.
5. 1996: Amir Sohail Vs Venkatesh Prasad
India-Pakistan match is no less than a war anyway and if it is a World Cup then it is a do or die situation. The 1996 World Cup quarter final which was played in Bangalore. Venkatesh Prasad was bowling and Amir Sohail batting, hit a ball for a four. Sohail first made his bat towards Venktesh and then pointed towards the boundary. Sohail had also said something at that time.
Venkatesh did not say anything else and went back to his place. Sohail was clean bowled on the very next ball. After this Venkatesh showed his finger towards Sohail and then pointed towards the pavilion. There could not have been a better answer than this at that time.
6. Sachin Tendulkar’s bat
2003 World Cup match. The match was being played at the Centurion Stadium in South Africa. India needed 274 runs to win. Sachin-Sehwag were the openers. In the very first over of Shoaib Akhtar, Sachin hit a six and two other boundaries. By the time Sehwag was at the crease, so many runs had come in this match that Pakistan was under pressure. The crowd was going crazy, but after the wickets of Sehwag and Ganguly, Sachin was dismissed on 98. The whole stadium fell silent. Although, Rahul Dravid and Yuvraj Singh won the match, but the moment of Sachin’s dismissal is still remembered.
7. First victory in Pakistan
Team India won the 2004 India tour of Pakistan. In this, both the Test and ODI series were won. At that time the Test series was won by 2-1 and the ODI series by 3-2. It was considered historic because the Indian team went to Pakistan’s land after 15 years.
8. Ball Out
In the first T20 World Cup in 2007, Pakistan and India reached the position of tying the match by scoring the same number of runs. Batting first, Team India was able to score 141 runs losing 9 wickets in 20 overs. At the same time, Team India also bundled out Pakistan for 141 runs. This match got tied. After the match tie, a ball out match was held, after which the ball out took place and 5 bowlers had to topple the stumps from both the teams. Pakistan was badly defeated in this ball out.
9. Multan Test, Sehwag’s innings of 309 runs
Virender Sehwag made Pakistan sweat on his own ground by playing a memorable inning of 309 runs. Sachin sprinkled salt on Pakistan’s burn with an unbeaten innings of 194 runs and India made a mountain-like score of 675. Pakistan scored 407 in the first innings, but Kumble’s killer bowling in the second innings bundled out the hosts for 216 and India won that Test by an innings and 52 runs.
10. 2011 World Cup semi-finals
No cricket lover can forget the 2011 World Cup, but even more memorable than the final was the India-Pakistan semi-final played in Mohali. Team India had scored 260 runs in the first play and the Indian bowlers had won the match by all outing the Pakistan team for 231. Zaheer, Nehra, Munaf, Harbhajan and Yuvraj took 2-2 wickets, while Sachin played a fighting innings of 85 runs.
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