Kotla Test: India needs 203 runs for victory against Pakistan

thecheers.org    2007-11-25 04:58:01    

New Delhi, Nov 25 : India today limited Pakistan to 247 by taking the remaining five wickets almost an hour before the lunchtime on the fourth day of the First Test match being played at the historical Ferozeshah Kotla Ground.
India today limited Pakistan to 247 by taking the remaining five wickets almost an hour before the lunchtime on the fourth day of the First Test match being played at the historical Ferozeshah Kotla Ground.

Chasing a target of 203 runs after taking a lead of 45 runs in the first innings, India is looking forward to wrap up the first Test on Sunday.

However, India also started on a weak note in its second innings with Dinesh Karthick made to return to pavilion by Shoaib Akhtar after he had scored just one run.

In the first innings, Pakistan made 231 runs, while India was all out for 276. (ANI)
© 2007 ANI


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