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Wednesday, March 16, 2005

Cricket: 2nd Test, 1st Day. Razzaq triggers a mini collapse. India 302 for 5

India lost three quick wickets after tea and are 302 for 5. Sachin was out caught behind for 52 after reaching the landmark of 10,000 Test runs. Saurav Ganguly was caught behind, Akmal's second catch of the day off the bowling of Abdul Razzaq and then V.V.S. Laxman was out for a first ball duck, leg before wicket to Abdul Razzaq.

Sachin's 10,000 Test Runs
Earlier in the day, Sachin Tendulkar reached the landmark of 10,000 Test runs and joined the elite company of Sunil Gavaskar, Allan Border, Steve Waugh, and Brian Lara as only the fifth batsman in the history of Test Cricket to score more than 10,000 runs. Read more on Rediff. Sachin's 10,000th run on Cricinfo.

Congratulations, Sachin!

Sachin was out soon after, caught behind by Akmal off Afridi for a steady 52 runs from 102 balls with 9 fours.

Latest Score:
India...1st Innings...310 for 5 (78 overs)

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