DLF Cup 2005-06


DLF Cup 2005-06

Infobox cricket series
series= 2005-06 DLF Cup
partof=


caption=
date= April 18, 2006April 19, 2007
place= United Arab Emirates
result= Series tied 1-1
team1=
team2=
captain1=Rahul Dravid
captain2=Inzamam ul-Haq
runs1= Rahul Dravid (112) Virender Sehwag (73) Mahendra Singh Dhoni (62)
runs2= Inzamam-ul-Haq (119) Younis Khan (76) Shoaib Malik (57)
wickets1= Ramesh Powar (4) Ajit Agarkar (3) Irfan Pathan (3)
wickets2= Shoaib Malik (3) Naved-ul-Hasan (3) Shahid Afridi (2)
The DLF Cup was the name for two one-day internationals between India and Pakistan to be held in United Arab Emirates in April. The revenue of the "friendship" cup matches went to help the victims of the 2005 Kashmir earthquake. The DLF Cup also signifies the return of cricket to the Middle East after a 6-year absence.

chedule

First ODI: India v Pakistan (18 April)

Limited overs international
batting first



batting first = India
score first innings = 197
overs first innings = 50
batting first highest scorer = Venugopal Rao
batting first highest scorer initial form = Y V Rao
batting first highest score = 61
batting first highest score balls faced = 92
bowling first best bowler = Shoaib Malik
bowling first best bowler initial form = Shoaib Malik
bowling first best figures = 3-40
batting second


batting second = Pakistan
score second innings = 201-4
overs second innings = 48.3
batting second highest scorer = Younis Khan
batting second highest scorer initial form = Younis Khan
batting second highest score = 71
batting second highest score balls faced = 96
bowling second best bowler = Ajit Agarkar
bowling second best bowler initial form = A B Agarkar
bowling second best figures = 2-33
winning team = Pakistan
win margin = 6 wickets [ [http://www.cricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/2005-06/OD_TOURNEYS/DLF/SCORECARDS/IND_PAK_DLF_ODI1_18APR2006.html 1st ODI: India v Pakistan at Abu Dhabhi, 18 Apr 2006] , scorecard from Cricinfo, retrieved 18 April 2006]
stadium = Sheikh Zayed Stadium
city = Abu Dhabhi
country =
umpire1 = BG Jerling
umpire1 initial form = BG Jerling
umpire1 country = South Africa
umpire1 country short form = SA
umpire2 = RE Koertzen
umpire2 initial form = RE Koertzen
umpire2 country = South Africa
umpire2 country short form = SA
MOTM = Younis Khan
MOTM initial form = Younis Khan
MOTM country = Pakistan
MOTM ctry short form = PAK

econd ODI: India v Pakistan (19 April)

Limited overs international
batting first



batting first = India
score first innings = 269-5
overs first innings = 50
batting first highest scorer = Rahul Dravid
batting first highest scorer initial form = R Dravid
batting first highest score = 92
batting first highest score balls faced = 116
bowling first best bowler = Naved-ul-Hasan
bowling first best bowler initial form = Naved-ul-Hasan
bowling first best figures = 2-45
batting second


batting second = Pakistan
score second innings = 218
overs second innings = 45.2
batting second highest scorer = Inzamam-ul-Haq
batting second highest scorer initial form = Inzamam-ul-Haq
batting second highest score = 79
batting second highest score balls faced = 91
bowling second best bowler = Irfan Pathan
bowling second best bowler initial form = I K Pathan
bowling second best figures = 3-35
winning team = India
win margin = 51 runs [ [http://www.cricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/2005-06/OD_TOURNEYS/DLF/SCORECARDS/IND_PAK_DLF_ODI2_19APR2006.html 1st ODI: India v Pakistan at Abu Dhabhi, 18 Apr 2006] , scorecard from Cricinfo, retrieved 18 April 2006]
stadium = Sheikh Zayed Stadium
city = Abu Dhabhi
country =
umpire1 = BG Jerling
umpire1 initial form = BG Jerling
umpire1 country = South Africa
umpire1 country short form = SA
umpire2 = RE Koertzen
umpire2 initial form = RE Koertzen
umpire2 country = South Africa
umpire2 country short form = SA
MOTM = Rahul Dravid
MOTM initial form = R Dravid
MOTM country = India
MOTM ctry short form = IND

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