3rd ODI: India v Pakistan, 9 Apr 2005


    Salman Butt
    AFP
  • Salman Butt became the first Pakistan opener to score more than two One Day International centuries in India. He had earlier made an unbeaten 108 in his first ODI appearance against India at Kolkatta.

  • Mohammad Sami, when he dismissed Sachin Tendulkar, became the 13th Pakistan bowler to take 100 wickets in One Day Internationals.

  • Pakistan's 319 was the second highest total by a visiting team at the Keenan Stadium in Jamshedpur. Only West Indies' 333 for 8 had bettered Pakistan's total.

  • Rahul Dravid, when he cut Razzaq to point and took two runs, became the 11th player in International cricket to score 8000 runs in One Day Internationals.

  • Irfan Pathan's 64 was his best performance with the bat in One Day Internationals.

  • The 52-run stand between Irfan Pathan and Zaheer Khan, for the 9th wicket, was India's best 9th wicket stand against Pakistan. It bettered the previous highest of 39 runs between L Balaji and Yuvraj Singh (Peshawar, 2003-04).

  • Naved-ul-Hasan's 6 for 27 is now his best bowling figures in One Day Internationals. It bettered his previous best of 4 for 25, which he took against India in the ICC ChampionS Trophy Match at Edgbaston in 2004.

  • Naved-ul-Hasan's 6 for 27 is also the third best bowling figures by a Pakistan cricketer against India. Only Aaqib Javed's 7 for 37 and Imran Khan's 6 for 14 have bettered his performance.

  • Younis Khan's 4 catches equalled Pakistan's record for the most catches in an innings in One Day Internationals. He shares the record with Salim Malik, who took 4 catches in the 1984-85 Wills Series match against New Zealand.


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