Pakistan avoids follow-on, India takes lead of 301

thecheers.org    2007-12-03 18:46:01    

Kolkata, Dec 3 : After the Pakistan team avoided follow-on on the fourth day of the Kolkata Test, Team India has taken a lead of 301 against the visiting team.
After the Pakistan team avoided follow-on on the fourth day of the Kolkata Test, Team India has taken a lead of 301 against the visiting team.

Pakistan made 458 runs before its team was all out, and India were 141 runs for the loss of two wickets at the end of play on the fourth day.

India lost its first wicket in Dinesh Karthik who scored 28. Opener Wasim Jaffer scored 56 in just 75 balls before getting bowled. Danish Kaneria took both wickets.

Saurav Ganguly and skipper M S Dhoni were at crease scoring 24 and 28 respectively. (ANI)
© 2007 ANI


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