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  • 31 Jan
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    Australia, Kolkata, 2001If there was a ranking ladder to be created for Indias
    most memorable Tests, Kolkata 2001 could easily sweep the charts. Australia went
    into the match -- the middle Test of three in a series that Steve Waughs
    personal brand speak had turned into the Final Frontier -- having surged to
    their 16th consecutive win in the first Test in Mumbai. Despite a hat-trick from
    Harbhajan Singh, Australias 445 appeared formidable. Indias batting line-up
    dismembered for 171 and they were made to follow-on. Their top scorer was told:
    Lax, keep your pads on.Following on, VVS Laxman came in at No. 3 and steered the
    change of tides, his 376-run partnership for the fifth wicket with Rahul Dravid
    becoming part of cricketing folklore. The best of the Australian bowlers flung
    everything at Laxman and Dravid, who batted in their bubble, with the stands
    simmering and India gaining ground.On the final morning, when India declared at
    657 for 7, Australia needed 384 in two sessions and a bit. At tea, seven
    Australian wickets still stood, and the quiet end of a draw loomed. The final
    session was to produce pure mayhem: Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting fell just
    after tea in the same Harbhajan over, while Sachin Tendulkars legspin removed
    Matthew Hayden, and Adam Gilchrist and Shane Warne for ducks. The last two
    wickets hung on for more than an hour, but with six overs left, Glenn McGrath
    was the last man to fall, Harbhajan taking his 13th wicket of the match. India
    eventually won what appeared to be an unwinnable Test by 171 runs. Kolkata 2001
    wiped out memories of match-fixing, and became the starting point for Indias
    21st century brand of cricket -- of flair and bouncebackability.By Sharda
    UgraEngland un-Englanded in HeadingleyEngland v India, Leeds, 2002This was the
    only time when?Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly?each scored a
    century in the same Test. Indias score of 628 for 8 was their highest outside
    Asia at that time. And the margin of victory -- an innings and 46 runs -- was
    their highest away from home.Headingley was dark, dank, cloudy, unwelcoming to
    the visitors. Yet, Ganguly dared to bat first. The guarded and defensive
    approach of Dravid and Sanjay Bangar frustrated England. While Bangar fell for
    68 off 236 balls, Dravid went on to notch up his second century in a row, after
    the 115 at Trent Bridge, to reach 12 Test tons. Englands bowlers attacked the
    bodies from the round-the-wicket angle the next day, but Tendulkar and Ganguly
    countered that strategy by switching on the attack mode. That only seven runs
    from Tendulkars 193 came in the V between mid-on and mid-off highlighted
    Englands bowling. To add to the bowlers woes, Robert Key dropped three
    catches.Leeds was covered in gloom in the final session on day two, but
    Tendulkar and Ganguly lit the scene up by ransacking 96 from 11 overs, including
    48 from three. Their 249-run stand for the fourth wicket came at four an over.
    Anil Kumble and Harbhajan Singh then forced England to follow-on. Nasser Hussain
    scored a defiant century in Englands second innings, but Indias was an emphatic
    victory -- rounded off by the Patrick Eagar picture where Ganguly is seen dearly
    clasping last man Andy Caddickk on the fifth afternoon.dddddddddddd. Kumble
    finished with a match haul of 7 for 159, which still remains the best by an
    overseas spinner in Headingley. As Tanya Aldred noted in her Wisden Almanack
    report, England were un-Englanded on their most favourite pitch.By Nagraj
    GollapudiMajestic Dravid conquers AdelaideAustralia v India, Adelaide,
    2003Indias previous Test win in Australia had come 22 years earlier, and their
    wait looked set to continue a little longer when Sourav Ganguly was run out on
    the second afternoon. They were 85 for 4 at that stage, after a Ricky Ponting
    double-hundred had given Australia a first-innings total of 556. But just as
    they had done in Kolkata in 2001, against the same opponents, Rahul Dravid and
    VVS Laxman turned the match with a triple-century stand. Dravid remained
    unbeaten on 233, and Australia only managed a first-innings lead of 33.With less
    than two full days to go, it seemed as if the match was heading for a draw, but
    as is often the case in Adelaide, a first-innings runathon gave way to a
    second-innings shootout. Australia collapsed to 196 all out, Ajit Agarkar
    running through their batting with figures of 6 for 41. India needed 233 to win,
    and once again it was Dravid who saw them through, scoring an unbeaten 72 and
    hitting the winning square-cut off Stuart MacGill.By Karthik KrishnaswamySehwag
    triple launches India to first Test win in PakistanPakistan v India, Multan,
    2004The traditional rivals hadnt played a Test match against each other since
    1999 and India hadnt toured Pakistan since 1989. Having lost the ODI series 3-2,
    Pakistan, armed with a strong attack that included Shoaib Akhtar and Saqlain
    Mushtaq, sought to turn the tables. However, at the end of day one, a
    breathtaking assault from a 26-year-old reluctant opener had reduced the hosts
    to rubble in Multan. Virender Sehwag unleashed a barrage of boundaries, India
    reaching 160 in 40 overs, and despite the loss of Aakash Chopra and Rahul
    Dravid, Sehwag was unstoppable. With his childhood idol Sachin Tendulkar for
    company, Sehwag dismantled Pakistan with a previously unseen brutality, racing
    to 228 not out by stumps. On day two the carnage continued and Sehwag brought up
    his triple-hundred, the first by an Indian in Tests, with a monstrous six off
    Mushtaq, who would never play a Test again. He was eventually dismissed for 309,
    and when stand-in skipper Dravid declared, leaving a visibly upset Tendulkar
    stranded on 194, India were 675.On a flat surface, Indias well-rounded attack
    then went about the task of delivering victory with diligence. No Pakistan
    batsman crossed the triple-figure mark as they were dismissed for 407 in 126.3
    overs. Irfan Pathans swing brought four wickets, but it was a magical legbreak
    by Tendulkar to bowl Moin Khan at the end of day three that typified Indias
    energy and verve. Asked to follow-on, a dispirited Pakistan were shot out for
    216, with only Yousuf Yohana offering resistance with a hundred. Anil Kumble
    scythed through the line-up with six wickets, and the monkey of never having won
    a Test in Pakistan previously was off Indias back.By Gaurav Kalra
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