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Australia in India 2004-05

Harbhajan defends Ganguly

Harbhajan Singh, who took 21 wickets in the three Tests he played against Australia, has reacted angrily to Mark Waugh's criticism of Sourav Ganguly, and the Wankhede Stadium pitch where Australia were bowled out for just 93 in a low-scoring thriller


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The last step to greatness

India spin to a remarkable win

Ponting fit for Mumbai Test

Australia conquer the final frontier

Rain scuppers a classic

Australia win despite Indian resistance

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Many cracks and no cement

Dour Dravid and Kartik's favourite captain

A costly infatuation

From spindly boy to champion bowler

Martyn conquers the subcontinent, and Rafique's rise

Harbhajan's hurrah, and a duck for Dravid

'Tied Test marked the Australian renaissance'


Michael Clarke celebrates on his way to 6 for 9 © Getty Images
Michael Clarke celebrates on his way to 6 for 9 © Getty Images



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