CRICKET: THIRD TEST: Tendulkar and Ganguly Give England a Masterclass ; India 584-4 V England: Hussain Fails with Every Attacking Option as Three of India's Batsmen Record Impressive Centuries and Pick Their Shots with Ease
Fraser, Angus, The Independent (London, England)
WHICHEVER WAY you look at this Test match England are in trouble. For the second day in a row in the third Test match here, Nasser Hussain's side have been thoroughly outplayed by India, and to get out of this self- inflicted mess will require a supreme effort and a fair amount of fortune.
Leading the charge for India as they tucked into England's demoralised bowlers were Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly, who in a partnership of over 200 made light of perfect seam-bowling conditions. Both scored fabulous centuries and by the end of the day the crowd were in more danger than the batsmen in the poor light as the stands were peppered by some mighty blows.
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Publication information: Article title: CRICKET: THIRD TEST: Tendulkar and Ganguly Give England a Masterclass ; India 584-4 V England: Hussain Fails with Every Attacking Option as Three of India's Batsmen Record Impressive Centuries and Pick Their Shots with Ease. Contributors: Fraser, Angus - Author. Newspaper title: The Independent (London, England). Publication date: August 24, 2002. Page number: 5. © 2009 The Independent - London. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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