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    Test # 1531
    Australia in India, 2000/01, 1st Test
    India v Australia
    Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
    27,28 February, 1,2,3 March 2001 (5-day match)

    Result:
    Series:

    Toss: Australia
    Umpires: DR Shepherd (Eng) and S Venkataraghavan
    TV Umpire: Narendra Menon
    Match Referee: CW Smith (WI)
    Test Debuts: RL Sanghvi (Ind).
    Man of the Match:

    Close of Play:
    Day 1: India 176, Australia 49/1 (Hayden 28*, Langer 10*, 16 overs)
    Day 2:
    Day 3:
    Day 4:

    India 1st innings R M B 4 6
    SS Das c Hayden b Gillespie 14 59 47 2 0
    S Ramesh c Gilchrist b McGrath 2 17 12 0 0
    R Dravid c Gilchrist b Fleming 9 19 1 0
    SR Tendulkar c Gilchrist b McGrath 76 138 114 13 0
    *SC Ganguly c Hayden b Warne 8 38 22 2 0
    VVS Laxman c Ponting b McGrath 20 78 44 3 0
    +NR Mongia not out 26 76 2 0
    AB Agarkar c & b Warne 0 12 0 0
    J Srinath c ME Waugh b Warne 12 57 1 0
    Harbhajan Singh c SR Waugh b Warne 0 11 0 0
    RL Sanghvi c Gilchrist b Gillespie 2 16 0 0
    Extras (b 2, lb 3, w 1, nb 1) 7
    Total (all out, 71.3 overs) 176

    FoW: 1-7 (Ramesh, 4.2 ov), 2-25 (Dravid, 12.1 ov),
    3-31 (Das, 13.5 ov), 4-55 (Ganguly, 22.3 ov),
    5-130 (Laxman, 41.1 ov), 6-139 (Tendulkar, 43.5 ov),
    7-140 (Agarkar, 48.2 ov), 8-165 (Srinath, 64.2 ov),
    9-166 (Harbhajan Singh, 66.6 ov), 10-176 (Sanghvi, 71.3 ov).

    Bowling O M R W
    McGrath 19 13 19 3
    Fleming 15 3 55 1 (1nb)
    Gillespie 15.3 4 50 2
    Warne 22 7 47 4 (1w)




    Australia 1st innings R M B 4 6
    MJ Slater b Agarkar 10 36 24 1 0
    ML Hayden not out 28 46 3 1
    JL Langer not out 10 27 1 0
    Extras (nb 1) 1
    Total (1 wicket, 16 overs) 49

    To Bat: +AC Gilchrist, ME Waugh, RT Ponting, *SR Waugh, SK Warne,
    DW Fleming, JN Gillespie, GD McGrath.

    FoW: 1-21 (Slater, 7.5 ov).

    Bowling O M R W
    Srinath 5 1 13 0
    Agarkar 5 1 21 1
    Harbhajan Singh 3 2 2 0
    Sanghvi 2 0 11 0 (1nb)
    Tendulkar 1 0 2 0

    Main Scoreboard and Commentary


    12th Men: HK Badani (India) and DR Martyn (Australia)

    Day 1
    India 50 in 20.2 overs
    Lunch: India 62/4 in 28 overs (Tendulkar 19*, Laxman 6*)
    SR Tendulkar 50 in 88 balls, 103 mins, 8x4
    India 100 in 37.1 overs
    India 150 in 53.1 overs
    Tea: India 153/7 in 56 overs (Mongia 13*, Srinath 4*)


    Australia in India, 2000/01

    Team Pages: India, Australia.
    Ground Page: Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai

    India Player Pages: SS Das, S Ramesh, SR Tendulkar, SC Ganguly, R Dravid, VVS Laxman,
    NR Mongia, J Srinath, AB Agarkar, Z Khan, Harbhajan Singh, RL Sanghvi, ND Hirwani, HK Badani.

    Australia Player Pages: SR Waugh, AC Gilchrist, ME Waugh, RT Ponting, JL Langer, DR Martyn,
    MJ Slater, ML Hayden, CR Miller, SK Warne, DW Fleming, JN Gillespie, MS Kasprowicz,
    GD McGrath.

    Match Officials' Pages: DR Shepherd, S Venkataraghavan, Narendra Menon, CW Smith.





    #2
    Yeah I watched the whole India innings before going to sleep.

    I was really impressed by the Wankhede Stadium, the field so green, pitch with grass actually growing a little from it, no dirt anywhere, very clean. Very well made, unlike all the other stadiums in South Asia.

    It was a really confident Sachin yesterday, knowing exactly how to play every shot, where, and once again pulled the Indian team on his shoulders.

    It's not India it's Team Tendulkar.

    The rivalry between McGrath and Ganguly never occured
    Ganguly didn't even face a ball from McGrath...

    Warne like always was bowling like the awesome spinner he is.

    Over half the Indian team, had nervous faces, especially Das, he looked like he was going to cry when McGrath was going for his run up.

    The fielding is what got Australia India out on such a low total, especially those marvelous slip catches by Hayden. Another good part was when Tendulkar was on a hot over, hitting two fours in a row, and the ball reaches the boundary line and Slater stuck out his fingers just in the nick of time to stop the ball. Very well fielded.

    Going to watch both Pak vs. NZ and Ind vs. Aus tonight

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