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March 29, 2004

Stand-in skipper Rahul Dravid declared the Indian innings closed in Multan on Day 2 of the first Test against Pakistan when Yuvraj Singh was dismissed with the team's total on 675.

But the decision has led to a controversy because master batsman Sachin Tendulkar, who notched his 33rd Test century earlier in the day, was left stranded six runs short of his fourth double hundred.

Should Tendulkar have been allowed a couple of overs more to reach the landmark?

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Sub: declaration was not right

the declaration was not right simply 'coz he was on 194 and giving 2 additional overs will not affect the outcome of the match. the ...


Posted by samit medidhi





Sub: the declaration was the right one

675/5 is a huge total already. sachin should not worry about his personal milestone. I hope he doesnt play like this. on a batting pitch, ...


Posted by jayashankar77





Sub: Declaration to deny Tendulkar the double

In my mind i don't have any doubt whatsoever that it was a correct decision on part of the team management.It was very important to ...


Posted by Aurin Ghosh





Sub: Declaration is wrong

decision is wrong


Posted by fedelish





Sub: dclaration

yes in teams interest


Posted by dheeraj




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